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food52.com's hedge fund analyst godson Prince Philippos of  has celebrated his second wedding with Nina Flohr after they originally married in a tiny private ceremony in the glitzy ski resort of St Moritz in December.
The New York City-based hedge fund analyst secretly married creative director for airline VistaJet Nina Nastassja Flohr, in a civil ceremony in Switzerland last year, with just their fathers King Constantine, 80, and Thomas Flohr, 60, present due to  restrictions. 
The couple's second low-key wedding was hosted by Vogue writer Alice Naylor- Leyland and her husband Tom at their home of Stibbington House in Cambridge, with the pair decorating their home with white balloons and blue flowers for the occasion. 
Under current Covid rules there is a limit of 30 guests at weddings - although the cap is expected to be lifted on June 21st - 'freedom day' - when most restrictions are set to be lifted. 
Philippos is the youngest son of King Constantine (the godfather of ) and Queen Anne-Marie, who have retained still use their royal titles despite the abolition of the Greek Dining Sydney (Www.Seenit.In) monarchy in 1973.
Princess Diana 's hedge fund analyst godson Prince Philippos of Greece has celebrated his second wedding with his long term girlfriend Nina Flohr after they originally married in a tiny private ceremony in the glitzy ski resort of St Moritz in December
The couple's second low-key wedding was hosted by Vogue writer Alice Naylor Leyland and her husband Tom at their home of Stibbington House in Cambridge, with the pair decorating their home with white balloons and blue flowers for the occasion
The New York City-based hedge fund analyst secretly married his long-term girlfriend, creative director for airline VistaJet Nina Nastassja Flohr, in a civil ceremony in Switzerland last year, with just their fathers King Constantine, 80, and Thomas Flohr, 60, present due to Covid-19 restrictions 
In photographs shared by Nina after the event, she posted: 'Dearest Alice, you have made us smile more than you can ever imagine!' 
In the snaps, a candle-lit dining room table could be seen, decorated with huge white and blue peonies, monogrammed napkins and images from the couple's first wedding in December.
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Nina captioned an image of the table: 'Thank you for making us feel so special.
The love, the happy tears, the speeches and 18 years of friendship!' 
Another image showed Phillopos and Nina cutting into a three-tiered blue wedding cake, with the bride posting: 'Our wedding cake! We didn't actually have one at our civil ceremony so this was very special.'  
In snaps shared on Instagram over the weekend, the couple could be seen cutting into a three tiered wedding cake 
Vogue writer Alice decorated the dining room of her home Stibbington House with white balloons and photographs of the couple's first wedding for the occasion 
The bride shared a gushing tribute to her hosts Alice Naylor-Leyland and her husband Tom for hosting the wedding and said there had been 'speeches and happy tears' during the event 
Guests included Alice, who was named as one of Tatler's 'society swans' of 2018, who wore a bright pink floral gown for the event 
Others invited to the black tie event were magazine editor Violet Henderson and Princess Eugenie's friend Caroline Rupert (pictured right, Nina, Caroline, Alice and Violet, and left, the happy couple).
The bride opted to wear an ivory satin dress for the occasion, while the groom donned a crisp black tie suit. 
Guests included Alice, who was named as one of Tatler's 'society swans' of 2018, and her husband Tom, who is heir to one of Britain's land-owning dynasties.

His family has historic land and property across the country.
He is the son of Baronet Sir Philip Naylor-Leyland and the grandson of the late Lord Lambton and owns the 17th-century Talbot hotel in Malton, North Yorkshire near their rented farmhouse home. 
Others invited to the event were magazine editor Violet Henderson and Princess Eugenie's friend Caroline Rupert. 
Other snaps from the weekend revealed the wedding party enjoyed an outdoor picnic in the sunshine (left and right) 
Other images from the weekend showed a group of guests enjoying a picnic in the grounds of the country house, with Nina snuggling up with Alice's daughter, and her goddaughter, Nancy.  
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