Pop Quiz – Royal Romance at the Olympics

Leading off our week of the Olympics-that-weren’t, we’ll start with romance. That’s always a good place to start, right? Royals love the Olympics – so up their alley with all the skiing and horsing and stuff. Royals also find love at the Olympics. Confusing? Off we go before I completely lose track of my train of thought.

(Hint: Reading our other post from today just might make this easier!)

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Easiest questions to hardest, in my opinion.

This lovely young lady was working as a translator on the 1972 Munich Summer Games when she met her husband-to-be.

Although this couple did not officially meet at the 2006 Turin Olympics, it was there that their relationship went public.

This couple met at the 1968 Olympics, participating in one of their favorite horsey activities.

Mary Donaldson met her future husband during the 2000 Olympics in Sydney. These two princes were also present at the meeting, but could not outshine Prince Frederik in Mary's eyes.

This couple met at the 1936 Winter Olympics in Bavaria, under the watchful eye of the lady's mother.

This couple became secretly engaged at the 1928 Olympics in Amsterdam.

This couple represented their country in handball and sailing, at different Olympic events. It's said that they met at the 1996 Summer Olympics in Atlanta.

How did you do? Are you an Olympics Romance Gold Medalist, or an earnestly hard-working participant? Whatever your level, we welcome your comments below.