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Pavlos Glyxburg dances zeibeki in London five days after Elizabeth’s funeral

Pavlos Glyxburg dances zeibeki in London five days after Elizabeth’s funeral
Pavlos Glyxburg dances zeibeki in London five days after Elizabeth’s funeral

Five days after Queen Elizabeth’s funeral in London, where he attended with his wife, Marie Sandal and his mother, Anna Maria, o Pavlos Glixburg attended a charity gala in London.

In particular, the son of the former King Constantine participated in his events The Hellenic Initiative and was one of the speakers at the gala.

Despite the fact that the loss of Queen Elizabeth plunged the whole of Great Britain and the Commonwealth countries into mourning, the atmosphere at the event was not only mourning, as after the speeches of the guests, the gala continued with dancing and Greek singing.

Despina Vandi took to the stage and performed favorite hits which delighted the former king’s son who got up and danced the zeibeki “Before our dream is lost” of Tolis Voskopoulos.

Watch his dance

It should be noted that in the event for the Greek diaspora in Britain, 305,000 pounds sterling (347,000 euros) were collected – from donations, tickets and the auction of dozens of items – an amount that will be allocated to charitable purposes in Greece.

The gala, which coincided with THI’s ten-year anniversary, was held at the hotel The Dorchester, in the Mayfair district of Central London.

The “present” was given by 370 guests, both from the Greek community in Britain, as well as representatives of the British and international business world.

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The article is in Greek

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