It is an essential personality of the mundane headings. The American billionaire Marie Chantal Millerbecame royal princess of greece and Duchess of Sparta after her marriage to the diadochi Paul – the son of the former king of Greece Constantine II, who is currently in critical condition – in 1993, is the daughter of the founder of a large duty-free brand, as recalled Vanity Fair in September 2021.
Passionate about fashion, in the fall of 2016 she launched a line of children’s clothing, imagined with four hands with Marks & Spencer. A line she named Marie-Chantal x M&S. While the clothes are obviously no longer for sale on the store chain’s website, at the time of writing this article, some can still be purchased through other platforms, such as Kidswear Collective.
Clothes in soft and timeless tones
Little wise dress with balloon sleeves, checked shirt worn under a short-sleeved cardigan with jacquard prints, Peter Pan collar blouses, bloomers and slippers… With this line, Marie-Chantal Miller had decided to revisit the must-haves of the toddler wardrobe, choosing soft and timeless tones. In front of the lens, the young models – inevitably to die for – had posed on pastel backgrounds. As saying that these childish pieces had quickly made the buzz on social networks with mothers who had had the chance to discover these clothes in preview.
Since this Saturday, January 7, Marie-Chantal Miller, like her husband and of their surroundings, is on alert. The former monarch Constantine IIthe last king of the Hellenes, is said to be in critical condition after a heart attack, as reported by the Greek news site Kathimerini. Aged 82, the ex-sovereign would be in intensive care for a few days. He has been hospitalized several times over the past few months. It’s the first time that the king’s family travels in its entirety, from the four corners of the world, to come and watch over it in Athens.
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