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Princess Marie-Chantal of Greece reveals a rare glimpse inside stunning Manhattan townhouse as she shares a snap of daughter Princess Olympia decorating a huge Christmas tree

  • Princess Marie-Chantal of Greece, 51, revealed glimpse of her New York home
  • Shared snap as daughter Princess Olympia, 23, decorated an enormous tree 
  • Showed off huge windows with lavish ruched blinds and elegant wooden floors  

Princess Marie-Chantal of Greece has revealed a rare glimpse inside one of her lavish homes, as she showed off her elaborate Christmas tree.  

The royal, 51, who lives in New York, shared a peek inside the stunning Manhattan townhouse which she shares with her husband, Crown Prince Pavlos, on Instagram yesterday. 

In the snap, her daughter Princess Olympia, 23, can be seen teetering on a dining room chair to decorate an enormous Christmas tree, revealing a glimpse inside their stunning home.

The fashion designer and her family relocated to New York from London several years ago, and moved into the 1913 home which she had previously shared with her parents. 

Princess Marie-Chantal, 51, shared a rare glimpse inside her stunning New York townhouse on Instagram while her daughter Princess Olympia, 23, decorated the tree

Sharing the image, Princess Marie-Chantal posted: ‘Balancing act.’

In the snap, the model can be seen standing on a dark wood dining room chair while leaning across a large Christmas tree to place a bauble on its branches.  

The chic and stylish home can be seen in the background, with cream walls and elegant deep wooden flooring, ruched blinds and huge windows with a view into a small courtyard space.

The tree appears to have been placed atop a grey and black carpet decorated with a graphic circle pattern, while the window-seats adorned with green and gold cushions look to be a comfortable place to lounge.  

The royal shared the snap online as she and her daughter Princess Olympia decorated an enormous Christmas tree together (pictured together in November 2018)

The royal shared the snap online as she and her daughter Princess Olympia decorated an enormous Christmas tree together (pictured together in November 2018)  

While the enormous Christmas tree appears to have already been adorned with pine cones, twinkling lights and enormous baubles, two huge plastic boxes containing more decorations are visible on the floor of the home. 

She went on to share a second snap of her stunning stunning, revealing a blend of traditional gold and red baubles alongside more modern Christmas decoration, including a quirky hot-dog bauble. 

As well as the New York home, the Greek royals have four other properties around the world including a house in London, a Cotswolds estate, a holiday home in the Bahamas, as well as a country retreat in Yorkshire. 

A second snap revealed a closer look at the enormous Christmas tree, as well as some ofit's more quirky decorations

A second snap revealed a closer look at the enormous Christmas tree, as well as some ofit’s more quirky decorations 

Crown Princess Marie Chantal shares the home with husband Crown Prince Pavlov, while socialite daughter Princess Olympia also appears to enjoy spending time there (pictured at Prince Harry and Meghan's wedding in May 2018)

Crown Princess Marie Chantal shares the home with husband Crown Prince Pavlov, while socialite daughter Princess Olympia also appears to enjoy spending time there (pictured at Prince Harry and Meghan’s wedding in May 2018) 

Marie-Chantal met Crown Prince Pavlos of Greece in New York while she was studying for her degree in History of Art.

She dropped out in her final year when the royal proposed and the couple married in 1995. 

Despite her husband being Greece’s crown prince, he will never take the throne because of the Greek monarchy was deposed and scrapped in 1973. 

The couple, who are parents to Maria-Olympia, Constantine-Alexios, Achileas-Andreas, Odysseas-Kimon and Aristidis-Stavros, have lived between London and New York since 2004.

Crown Prince Pavlos’ father King Constantine of Greece ascended the throne in 1964, but was forced to flee in 1967 due to a coup. 



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