Monday, March 14, 2016

Anastasia gets royal vistors

March 14, 1921

Princess Anastasia, the wife of Prince Christopher of Greece, is recovering from a "serious operation last week," and is now able to take solid food, reports the New York Times.

Queen Sophie of the Hellenes and Queen Marie of Roumania, who came to Athens to attend the wedding of her son, Crown Prince Carol, to Queen Sophie's daughter, Princess Helen,  have visited the patient every day.

None of the Allied Ministers have called upon Queen Marie.  Earl Granville, the British minister of Greece, is on a yachting trip, which he apparently undertook so he "could avoid any embarrassment that might be occasioned by her presence in the city."

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