ever since she stepped onto the stage as prince Joachim fiance, has the countess been pretty popular with the danes.
And it will probably continue. For the countess is just now starting to make some wise choices, think kongehuseksperter.
The 55-year-old countess has long since announced that she would abdicate its årpenge (2.6 million dollars in 2020, ed.), when her youngest son, prince Felix, age of 18. It happens in 2020.
But the past two months, the countess taken a further step away from the royal family.
In the beginning of september, announced she that she after 20 years would no longer be a frontman for Ecco Walkaton.
And on Thursday informed the countess that she stops as patron of the national Association infant death after 15 years.
these are two very wise decisions, considers the historian and kongehusekspert, Sebastian Olden-Jørgensen.
"I think that she at this point as on other points, have shown good judgment and common sense. She is very rational. She is not any taburetklæber. She will not linger a moment more, than people find it natural," he says.
According to Sebastian Olden-Jørgensen, there is not any obstacle for that the countess could have continued protektoraterne.
"She could easily continue. Her årpenge was not linked to the fact that she did something special," he says, and adds, that, however, it is very natural that the countess chokes down.
"First with the divorce from prince Joachim, and now that the kids are grown, so she is on the way farther and farther out in the periphery of the royal family," he says.
It has Sebastian Olden-Jørgensen is hard to believe:
"frankly, no," he responds to the question and adds, to the countess so formenlig already been erhvervskvinde, if it was the way she would go.
however, He is impressed with her ability to timely care.
"She has played her cards so cleverly. She has never spoken about Joachim. She has never talked about their wrecked marriage. She has roughly behaved properly," he says, and adds:
"She knows exactly what she can afford and can't afford. And then she can satisfy us all together to tell you a little about the divorce from Martin Jorgensen and respect everybody's royalisme know not to tell anything about Joachim."
Author and kongehusekspert Søren Jakobsen agrees that the countess makes it wise to settle some protectorates.
"It is a wise decision, she must of course settle the whole thing, because she herself has decided that she must have a second life. It hangs together with it to say goodbye to apanagen, and then she has nothing to do in the royal context more," he says.
It is not the first time that the countess has stopped a protectorate.
In 2014, she said goodbye as patron of the Danish National girls ' choir after 19 years of cooperation.
at the Time assessed kongehusekspert, Lars Hovbakke Sørensen, that it was the queen who stood behind the decision.
Søren Jakobsen does not think that it has been the case with the last two protectorates:
"I think it is her own decision, because she wants a different life. And it is a wise realization," he says.Updated Date: 23 November 2019, 08:00