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THE MURDER that shocked Greece/Caroline's parents take heavy revenge on the ex-son-in-law, the action they took becomes clear
Written by SOT.COM.AL 3 Shkurt 2023
The murder of Caroline Crouchs in Greece, by her husband Babis Anagnostopoulos has again received the attention of the Greek media. This time it is about their daughter Lydia, who will change her last name, according to the announcement of her grandfather David Crouch.
"It would be unacceptable for Lydia to bear the surname of the man who killed her mother," Caroline's father said in a statement to Greek media, adding that the little girl will take either her mother's or her aunt's husband's surname. .
"Lidya will definitely change her last name. It has always been my intention to change her name from her birth father since that day in June 2021 when he was arrested at my daughter's memorial service and it became clear that he had murdered her.
The law in Greece is clear about the possible reasons why a person can change their name. It has not yet been decided whether she will take the name of her mother or her sister's husband. It would be unacceptable for Lydia to bear the last name of the man who killed her mother. Caroline held both British and Filipino citizenship. Lydia will be able to apply for dual citizenship and when she has her passport she will be able to travel more easily," added David Crouchs.