Princess Maria-Olympia of Greece and Denmark is an American model, social relations and member of the Greek royal family. She is the eldest and only daughter of Pavlos, the Crown Prince of Greece and his wife, Marie-Chantal Miller. His grandparents are Constantine II of Greece and Anne-Marie of Denmark, the last king and queen of the Hellenes, while his maternal grandfather is duty-free businessman Robert Warren Miller.
|Born||July 25, 1996, New York City, U.S.|
|Father||Pavlos, Crown Prince of Greece|
|Occupation||Student, model, socialite|
|Princess Maria-Olympia's Instagram|
The first child of Crown Prince Pavlos of Greece and Denmark and American socialite and children's clothing designer Marie-Chantal Miller, this member of European royalty became a fashion icon and established a prominent social media presence. By late 2014, her 'olympiagreece' Instagram account had more than 25,000 followers.
She was born into a highly cultured, international family. Her mother was born in England to an American father and an Ecuadorian mother and was raised in Hong Kong, Switzerland, and the United States; her father was born to royals with roots in Denmark, Sweden, and Greece.
She was photographed for a 2014 feature in W magazine.
She and her younger siblings Prince Constantine-Alexios and Prince Achileas-Andreas were all born in New York City. The royals' two younger brothers, Prince Odysseus-Kimon and Prince Aristidis-Stavros, were born in London and Los Angeles, respectively.
She and Kate Middleton both rose to fame as highly fashionable young royals.
- The Miller family
- Greek princesses
- House in Glücksburg (Greece)
- Greek Orthodox Christians of the United States
- New York model
- Danish princesses
- American Bloggers
- American social page
Latest information about Princess Maria-Olympia updated on June 14 2021.