Princess Theodora of Greece announces her wedding date after previously postponing her nuptials twice – Tatler

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Princess Theodora of Greece and Denmark and Mathew Kumar are set to tie-the-knot later this year


Princess Theodora of Greece has set the date for her wedding to her lawyer fiancé after the couple previously postponed their wedding date twice.

The Greek royal, who was born in London, started dating Matthew Kumar in 2016, with the couple announcing their engagement in November 2018. They initially set the date for their wedding in 2020 and planned to tie-the-knot on the Greek island of Spetses – until they were forced to delay the event because of the Covid-19 pandemic. They rescheduled a second time after the tragic loss of Theodora’s father, King Constantine of Greece, in January 2023. Princess Theodora and Kumar were pictured side-by-side at King Constantine of Greece at St George’s Chapel in Windsor.

Now, the couple have found a new date for their nuptials and according to Hello! are planning to tie the knot on 28 September 2024. Little else is known about their wedding day, though some have speculated Princess Theodora could be walked down the aisle by her brother Crown Prince Pavlos following her father’s death.

Announcing their engagement back in November 2018, Princess Theodora of Greece, who attended Woldingham School in Surrey, shared the happy news on Instagram, saying: ‘Words can’t express our happiness and excitement. I can’t wait to marry this wonderful man. I love you, Matt.’

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