HRH Princess Tatiana (nee Tatiana Blatnik) was born in Caracas, Venezuela. After graduating from Aiglon College in Switzerland, she received her BA in Sociology from Georgetown University (2003).

In 2006 she joined Diane von Furstenberg’s fashion house as public relations consultant and event organizer. Before that, Tatiana had held similar positions in London.

In 2010 she married her husband HRH Prince Nikolaos on the island of Spetses, Greece. Since then and especially after moving to Athens in 2013, Tatiana has actively pursued her passion for natural & healthy living through her philanthropic and entrepreneurial work. She co-founded ELPIDA Youth, a branch of ELPIDA Association of Friends of Children with Cancer, that aims to raise awareness about and support the psychological wellbeing of sick children. She has also teamed up with BOROUME, a local food-saving and -donating non-profit organization, on different projects. She is the co-editor of the cook book “A Taste of Greece” in support of BOROUME, that has been published in four languages and made available in 72 countries.

Tatiana has co-founded TRIA ETC, which collaborates with local artisans and artistic minds to create products of unique-quality craftsmanship that are as much part of the past as they are of the future, celebrating Greece’s heritage and new talent.

Tatiana has worked with numerous charities, including the Red Cross (Royal Patron, 2011); Vital Voices, in support of emerging women leaders around the world; and the JuanFe Foundation, which aims to improve the quality of life of impoverished children and teenage mothers in the city of Cartagena, Colombia. She is a Young Patron of the Museum of Cycladic Art in Athens, Greece. Most recently, she lent her support to the Unaccompanied Refugee Children initiative of the Athens-based Bodossaki Foundation.