I'm not sure what you're asking. Do you mean grammatically?
I think I read it here, maybe an interview with Tatiana?
(BTW, pixiecat, can I
ask you a question? is "their knowing each other" right?)
Grammatically speaking, it is correct; however, it sounds awkward when spoken. You have made 'knowing each other' the object of possession in the sentence. It's similar to "Pixiecat's knowledge of Spanish is not as good as Clara's knowledge of English." In this sentence, "knowledge of" is something that belongs to each of us. Most speakers of English would say, "I've heard they've known each other since Tatiana was young." What you've written is more formal and grammatically accurate. It's very impressive! I don't think that the average English speaker would be able to write it that way. You should be very proud of your English. You're fluent!
Yes, that's what I meant, thank you for the detailed answer
No, I think they've been dating since 2002/03. I'm not sure when they first met. Michelle_J posted a photo of Tatiana walking into the reception for Fred and Mary's wedding back in 2004. She wasn't with Nik in that photo, but she was invited
The only way she would have known Fred and Mary is through Nik.
I found it, it's at the beginning of this thread, from an interview in Vanity Fair Spain:
Prince Nikolaos says he met Tatiana in Gtaad, when she was a child, he was a close friend of Boris, brother of Tatiana. When Tatiana was 20 years, Nikolaos and Boris were skiing in Gstaad, a woman came up to Boris and she whispered in his ear, Nikolaos said to Boris "How can you letting go of that woman? And Boris replied "She is my sister"; Nikolaos only remembered to Tatiana when she was little, but not 20 years. Tatiana says she was born in Venezuela, his father died when she was 6 years old, after she says she lived very little in Switzerland, she is raised in Spain, in Malaga. http://royaldish.com/inde...=7487.msg282043#msg282043