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Marie-Chantal Miller and her husband, Pavlos, the respective crown princess and crown prince of Greece’s deposed royal family, recently closed on a Hamptons estate, The Real Deal reported, citing unnamed sources.
The 13,000-square-foot Southampton, New York, home includes 10 bedrooms, eight bathrooms and two half-baths, according to the listing.
The master suite features its own sitting room, two walk-in closets, a large bathroom and an office. Every bedroom includes an en suite bathroom, according to the listing. The home’s amenities include nine fireplaces, two screened porches and a library with custom built-in shelving.
The 3.4-acre estate is surrounded by hedges and also includes a heated in-ground pool and a tennis court, according to the listing.
The Greek crown was abolished in 1974 following a coup, but the family members have maintained their titles. Prince Pavlos is the oldest son of King Constantine and Queen Anne-Marie. He runs a New York-based investment management firm. Miller has a line of luxury childrenswear and has a book on etiquette due out in March. The prince and princess have five children together.