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High life

My big embarrassing Greek royal wedding

I offended Prince Charles, danced in the bosom of the Queen of Denmark, and propositioned Selina Scott (she was having none of it)

4 July 2015

9:00 AM

4 July 2015

9:00 AM

Tempus sure fugit, and how. Twenty years ago, on Saturday 1 July 1995, monarchs from around the world descended on London for the wedding of Greek Crown Prince Pavlos to Marie-Chantal, daughter of the duty-free magnate Bob Miller. I remember it well, especially the hangover. Never have I seen so many royals under one roof.

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