On September 30, 2022, the Daily Mail reported that Prince Joachim, the 82-year-old youngest son of Queen Margrethe II of Denmark, spoke to the local media in Denmark. Later, he acknowledged the mother’s decision. who took from the ranks of the prince and princess his grandchild (grandchildren) 4 in order to live his own life and was adapted in the same way as other royal families In Europe that shrinks the size of the royal family “We are all feel sorry. It’s never fun to see children yours in danger They’re put in situations they don’t understand.”
Prince Joachim, 53, married Princess Maria for the second time. She also revealed that her mother received written notification of this decision five days before the Danish Royal Household announced it to the public Queen Margrethe II, who celebrated 50 years on the throne this year, is the longest-reigning monarch in Europe . Having decided to remove the rank of Prince-Princess from 4 grandchildren, namely Prince Nikolai, 23, Prince Felix, 20, Prince Henrik, 13, and Princess Athi. The ten-year term will come into force on January 1, 2023. However, the four grandchildren of Queen Magrethe II will retain the ranks of Countess and Countess
Prince Nikolai said he was saddened, shocked and confused after learning his grandmother had decided to take the prince down. Just as his brother and three sisters were removed from the rank of Prince and Princess.
As for the other four grandchildren, Prince Frederick. Crown Prince of Denmark, aged 54, eldest son of Queen Magrethe II and Princess Mary. HRH Prince Christian, Princess Isabella, Prince Vincent and Princess Josephine still hold the rank of prince and princess as before
Prince Joachim has been married twice, the first to Alexandra Countess of Frederiksborg. They had two sons before divorcing, Prince Nikolai and Prince Felix. Then Prince Joachim He was married again to Princess Mary and they had two sons and a daughter, Prince Henrik. and Princess Athena.