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Inside royal cousins Princesses Talita von Fürstenberg and Olympia's glamorous Vienna holiday

The hills are alive with Princess Talita von Fürstenberg and Princess Olympia! The stylish royal cousins flocked to Vienna for a glamorous summer holiday with their family. The American-born Princesses enjoyed a night at the Opera on Thursday, June 6, taking in the Italian libretto Rigoletto at the magnificent Vienna State Opera House. Crown Princess Marie-Chantal of Greece shared a fun photo of her daughter Olympia, 21, and niece Talita, 19, as they made their way to the historic venue in their chic dresses, writing, “Off to the Opera.”

The Miller sisters and their daughters took in an opera performance while in Vienna on June 7 Photo: Instagram

The enchanting evening was a mother-daughter affair. The Miller sisters, Alexandra von Fürstenberg, Crown Princess Marie-Chantal and Pia Getty, who were the epitome of high society back in the ‘90s, were joined by their gorgeous daughters Isabel Getty, Talita and Olympia at the opera. The offspring of the blue-blooded sisters have previously been dubbed the next-generation of “It girls” by Vanity Fair. Talita’s father Prince Alexander von Fürstenberg, who is the son of fashion designer Diane Von Furstenberg, Olympia’s dad Crown Prince Pavlos and his son Prince Alexios of Greece, as well as Miller matriarch María Clara Pesantes Becerra, also made the trip across the pond.


Olympia and Talita are the daughters of two of the three famous Miller sisters, Marie-Chantal and Alexandra Photo: Instagram

The close-knit family often enjoys spending quality time together especially at their place in Harbour Island, Bahamas. Talita and Alexios are no doubt celebrating the end of their freshman year of college. The cousins began their studies at the prestigious Georgetown University last year.

Earlier this month, royal childrenswear designer Marie-Chantal penned about a blog post about the importance of children’s happiness. She wrote, “There is perhaps no more important skill that we can teach our children than how to be happy. We want to know that they will be able to navigate the world, to form strong, healthy relationships, to keep a positive outlook, to deal with stress effectively and to find what makes them passionate, because these are the things which breed happiness.”

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