News and commentary about the reigning royal houses of the United Kingdom, Sweden, Denmark, Norway, Belgium, Luxembourg, Liechtenstein, the Netherlands, Spain, Monaco -- and the former European monarchies as well.
The Associated Press' latest dispatch from Geneva reports the "possibility of a former American woman becoming the Queen of Greece." The woman in question is Princess Christopher of Greece, who was Mrs. William Leeds, the widow of the Tin Plate king. The former Mrs. Leeds married Prince Christopher, younger brother of King Constantine, earlier this year.
The Greek Constitution would "permit Constantine's brothers to pose as candidates for the Greek throne," should Constantine deny the succession of his youngest son, Prince Paul.