Prince.com an apparent Wedding Gift to Prince Nikolaos of Greece
Prince.com was owned by a Prince Andrew before the WHOIS for the domain went “dark” and was just sold for $235,000 – hardly a king’s ransom.
The princely domain name was apparently a wedding gift to Prince Nikolaos, second son of former King Constantine of Greece.
Prince Nikolaos was married earlier today to Tatiana Blatnik.
The wedding was held in a monastery near the old port of Spetses, one of the many Greek islands of the Argosaronic.
Blatnik, 29, arrived in a horse-drawn carriage and waved to a crowd of well wishers gathered outside. The 40-year-old Nikolaos arrived by boat, while we were not invited, unfortunately.
Congratulations to the new Prince of Greece, although Greece actually ceased being a kingdom in 1973; the Royal family of Greece is of Danish origin and ruled the land of Aristotle between 1863 and 1967, when then King Constantine was overthrown by a military coup d’état. Since 1974 Greece is a Republic.