Disgraced Danish Prince Joachim moves to the US away from his family
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The split in the Danish royal family deepens as Queen Margrethe deprives her youngest son of royal titles.
Prince Joachim of Denmark and his family are moving to the US as he got a new job in Washington. Previously, he worked at the Danish Embassy, where he served as a military attaché. The Daily Mail writes about this.
The new work will be related to the defense industry. But it also means that Queen Margrethe's youngest son will be much further away from his family than he is now.
It is reported that the prince and his family will move to the United States in 2023, when his children will already be deprived of royal titles. After all, this should happen on January 1.
In Washington DC, Prince Joachim will be moving with his wife, Princess Marie, and their two young children, Prince Henrik, 13, and Princess Athena, 10.
The Communications Department of the Danish Royal Court has not confirmed reports of the upcoming relocation of Joachim.
In September, the Danish Queen announced that her grandchildren Nicholas, 23, Felix, 20, Henrik, 13, and Athena, 10, would no longer hold the title of “His/Her Highness ” from January 2023.
At the time, the monarch insisted that the move would be “beneficial to them in the future” and allow children who retain their positions in the line of succession to “shape their own lives, not limited to the special considerations and duties” that official Danish affiliation implies. royal family.
However, in the following days, Prince Joachim publicly opposed his mother's decision, saying that his children had suffered in the process. He even reported that Athena and Henrik were bullied at school.
His eldest son Nikolai, who lives separately, said he was shocked by his grandmother's decision.
Despite the fact that the scandal did not happen, insiders report that the split in the once friendly royal family of Denmark is intensifying, and this year the princes will not get together for Christmas.
According to the official statement of the family, Queen Margrethe, as usual, will hold a festive season at Marselisborg Castle in Aarhus. It is not known if her eldest son, Crown Prince Frederik, will join her. It is possible that he and his family will visit the homeland of his wife, Princess Mary – Australia.