Prince Alexander and Princess Aikaterini of Serbia Celebrated 25th Anniversary

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Prince Alexander II and the Greek-born Princess Aikaterini of Serbia celebrated their 25th wedding anniversary at their home in Belgrade, along with their children Peter, Philip, Alexander, Mrs. Alison Andrews, Mr. David Andrews and his wife Dr. Aggeliki Margariti-Andrews, with their son Alexander.

By Margarita Vartholomeou

Among the special guests were King Constantinos and Queen Anna-Maria, former of Greece, King Symeon and Queen Margarita, former of Bulgaria, King Michael, former of Romania, Princess Irini of Greece, Princess Margarita and Prince Radu of Romania, Prince Guillaume and Princess Sibilla of Luxembourg, Princess Margarita of Baden, Princess Isabella of Lichtenstein, Princess Ira von Furstenberg and a considerable number of other members of the European royalty. Also in attendance were Mrs. Betty Roumelioti, sister of Princess Aikaterini, with her husband George and their children.

Archbishop of Serbia Irinej officiated mass in the small church within the palace. On the eve of the anniversary, all guests attended a lavish banquet and the next day they enjoyed a spectacular cruise along the Danube River. Guests were delighted by the warm hospitality and by Belgrade, a place that most of them were visiting for the first time.

Prince Alexander II and Princess Aikaterini got married in 1985 at the Church of Haghios Savvas in London. Their best men were King Konstantinos, former of Greece, and Princess Tomislav. The hosts were delighted and grateful that so many friends from all over the world came to Serbia and shared with them those unforgettable moments.

The two day events were organized the Davlas and Partners PR firm, based in Athens.


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