The Greek Royals Dressed As The Royal Tenenbaums For Halloween

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The Greek Royals Dressed As The Royal Tenenbaums For Halloween

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The Windsors weren’t the only royals to celebrate Halloween this year. In fact, the Greek royal family may have given the Brits a bit of a run for their money with a coordinated family costume. And it was even royal related—just not the kind of royal you’re thinking.

The trio of Greek royal heirs dropped a Halloween Instagram post, and it wasn’t a #tbt either. Pictured: Princess Olympia, Prince Achileas, and Prince Constantine Alexios dressed as a group of famous royal siblings, otherwise known as The Royal Tenenbaums.

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While Prince Achileas donned a red Adidas tracksuit assuming Ben Stiller’s iconic role as Chas Tenenbaum, his sister Princess Olympia added a side part to her blonde mane, threw on a polo dress and heavy liner with a faux fur coat to give her best Gwyneth Paltrow as Margot Tenenbaum. And Prince Constantine Alexios threw on a sweat band, fake beard and tan suit to play the part of Luke Wilson’s Richie Tenenbaum. Suffice to say, the trio nailed it.

Meanwhile, over in the U.K. Princess Charlotte and Prince George went shopping for their Halloween costumes at Sainsbury’s supermarket—and mom Kate Middleton let them pick their looks. While there’s no confirmation that they were coordinated, we can only imagine the precedent the Greek royals just set for their British counterparts.

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The youngest British royal, baby Archie, also potentially got in on the action. Give it a few years and add Prince Louis to the mix and we may have ourselves an epic family-themed costume outing that includes all of the Sussex and Cambridge children.

Only time will tell, but for now, the Greek royals are happy to set the bar high.

This article appeared on Harper’s BAZAAR US.

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