As her 20th wedding anniversary approaches, Princess Marie-Chantal of Greece has been reminiscing about her special day. The 46-year-old, who wed Crown Prince Pavlos of Greece in London on 1 July 1995, shared a charming throwback photo to the day she became a princess.
"My wedding picture," mother-of-five Marie-Chantal captioned the black-and-white image. "Coming up on 20 years!"
The beautiful bride, whose maiden name was Marie-Chantal Miller, stands out in the image, sporting her stunning lace Valentino wedding gown.
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Princess Marie-Chantal shared a throwback photo of her wedding ahead of her 20th anniversary
Royal watchers were keen to note the number of blue-blooded guests in the picture – the wedding brought the largest gathering of royalty to London since Queen Elizabeth II married Prince Philip in 1947 and more crowned heads were in attendance than at Prince Charles and Diana Spencer's wedding.
Naturally the groom's parents King Constantine of Greece and Queen Anne-Marie looked on with pride, as did his siblings Princess Alexia, Prince Nikolaos, Princess Theodora and Prince Philippos.
The happy couple on their special day in July 1995
Blushing bride Marie-Chantal's family also turned out in force. Her Ecuadorian mother María Clara and American father Robert Miller were joined by her sisters Pia Getty and Princess Alexandra and their respective ex-husbands Christopher Getty, and Prince Alexander von Furstenberg
Representing the UK were the Queen, the Queen Mother and The Prince of Wales.
King Juan Carlos and Queen Sofia of Spain attended with their children Prince Felipe, Infanta Cristina and Infanta Elena who was accompanied by her then husband Jaime de Marichalar.
The Queen and Prince Philip at Pavlos and Marie-Chantal's wedding
Queen Margrethe II of Denmark, who recently celebrated her 75th birthday, attended with her sister Princess Benedikte and son Crown Prince Frederik. Frederik, Felipe and Pavlos are all first cousins as Queen Margrethe and Queen Anne-Marie are sisters and King Constantine and Queen Sofia are brother and sister.
Sweden's King Carl XVI Gustaf and Queen Silvia were also in attendance at the nuptials, as were Grand Duchess Josephine-Charlotte and Grand Duke Jean of Luxembourg, Crown Prince Kardam of Bulgaria and Queen Noor of Jordan.