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Margrethe II de Danemark : son annonce fracassante concernant ses petits-enfants © Dana Press / Bestimage Margrethe II of Denmark: its shattering announcement concerning its grandchildren The Queen of Denmark, Margrethe II, released a press release this Wednesday September 28. Inside, the 82 -year -old monarch made an astonishing announcement, which few royal experts have seen coming.

Royal families are not alike, and yet they all seem to a turning point. After King Charles III who intends to reduce the size of the royal family who works or the restructuring of the royal house of Sweden in 2019, Queen Margrethe II of Denmark announced a major change concerning the titles of children From Prince Joachim and their descendants, reports Hello Magazine this Wednesday, September 28.

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Only the children of the heir son keep their titles

The Danish royal court said in the press release that " The Queen's decision is in accordance with the adaptations that other royal houses have implemented in different ways in recent years " . The press release also specifies: “With its decision, the queen wishes to create a framework allowing its four grandchildren to shape their own life to a much wider measure, without being limited by the particular duties involved in the house of the house Royal Denmark as an institution.

In addition to this news, Queen Margrethe II indicated that only the children of her heir son, Frederik, and his wife, Mary, would keep their titles. Prince Christian, Princess Isabella, Prince Vincent and Princess Joséphine therefore benefit from the predicate of Royal Highness. The title of count and countess of Monpezat was created in 2008 by Margrethe II in homage to her husband who died in 2018 - whose birth name was Henri de Laborde de Monpezat. The Queen has chosen to attribute it to all of her descendants present and future.

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