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| HRH Theodora of Greece and Denmark (more)
|House||House of Schleswig-Holstein-Sonderburg-Glücksburg|
|Father||Constantine II of Greece|
|Mother||Anne-Marie of Denmark|
|Born|| 9 June 1983 |
Paddington, London, England, UK
Princess Theodora of Greece and Denmark (b. 9 June 1983 in London) is the younger daughter and fourth child of former King Constantine II of Greece and Anne-Marie of Denmark. She was born 10 years after the monarchy was abolished in Greece.
Theodora attended the all-girls boarding school, Woldingham School, situated in Surrey, England, between 1994 and 2001. After a gap year spent at St Philip's College in Alice Springs, Australia, Theodora attended Brown University under the name Theodora Greece, where she received her Bachelor of Arts on 28 May 2006.
She attained her BA in Theatre Arts after having attended Northeastern University in Boston for two years and completing the four-year course at Brown University. She is currently pursuing graduate studies in Central Saint Martins College of Art and Design.
In April 2010, her mother Anne-Marie confirmed that Theodora moved to Los Angeles to pursue a cinematography career. Indeed she started appearing in small roles under the name Theodora Greece.
She made her TV debut as a secretary in the long-running soap opera The Bold and the Beautiful on December 5, 2011, as reported by the New York Post.
On 16 November 2018 it was announced that Princess Theodora is engaged to Los Angeles based attorney, Matthew Kumar. He is the son of Sam and Lonnie Kumar.
Kumar, who was admitted to the California bar in 2012, owns a law firm specialising in debt collection, according to royal expert, Marlene Koenig. He received his bachelor’s degree from the University of California at Los Angeles and his law degree from the University of La Verne, also in California.
Titles, styles, honors and armsEdit
Titles and stylesEdit
- 9 June 1983 – present: Her Royal Highness Princess Theodora of Greece and Denmark
Although no longer on the throne, the Greek Royal Family has retained their styles and titles as a courtesy.