These are recordings that surprise! The high nobility of Europe gathered in Athens to say farewell to Constantine of Greece (†82). As part of the celebration in honor of the late ex-king, his daughter-in-law Marie-Chantal of Greece (54) and Queen Letizia of Spain (50) Arm-in-arm. An image of great symbolic value. Because the two royal ladies are actually not on good terms with each other after a Zoff in April 2018. But the shared grief seems to have reconciled them again.
This photo is a small sensation: On Sunday evening (January 15), one day before the funeral of Constantine of Greece, Queen Letizia and Princess Marie-Chantal happily leave a restaurant in Athens. There they dined with their husbands King Felipe of Spain (54) and Prince Pavlos of Greece (55). The women have linked arms and smile at each other. Despite the sad occasion, the mood seems to be good.
Nobody had expected this sight in advance... because Letizia and Marie-Chantal had actually been considered arch-enemies since a nasty argument almost four years ago.
Unpleasant scenes that caused a sensation for a long time afterwards. Marie-Chantal shot Letizia publicly online. “No grandmother deserves such treatment. She showed her true colors,' she fumed at the time, sharing a family photo with the caption, 'Happy grandparents! That's what the family is about.' A little later, the Greek princess deleted her nasty comment, but her dig at Spain's queen has long since gone around the world. Since then, the relationship between the two women has been considered extremely cold.
But now this dispute seems to have finally been shelved. (tma)