Andrés de Grecia, the traitorous and rowdy grandfather of Carlos III

The recently crowned Carlos III has spoken on numerous occasions about how proud he is of his Greek roots. In fact, a few months ago he expressed his desire to help rebuild Tatoi Palace. In the Mediterranean country, the past of the British monarch and the story of his grandfather Andres, with a random biography, which the King of England never met, are very present these days. Andrés de Grecia, son of Jorge I and Olga de Grecia, was born on the royal estate of Tatoi at the end of the nineteenth century. A scion of the royal family, his expectations of assuming the throne were impossible, so he entered the military where he made the stratosphere… View More

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