How does it feel constantly being observed, scrutinized and perhaps criticized, when you're a royal?
It puts the princess Marie's words in a great interview.
To the French media, Paris Match tells the princess that she is extremely aware of how she appears in public.
"I shall only expose myself when it is necessary. It is useless to grumble," replies the princess Marie on the issue, which is triggered by the british duchess Meghan earlier this year in an emotional interview told that she had had significant challenges with the massive press coverage.
on the whole, the upheaval that happened in princess Marie's life when she in 2008, was married with prince Joachim of denmark, not something that had much impact on her personality.
She is still the same, explains the princess Marie, but says further, that she simply demonstrates certain aspects of her personality depending on the situation she is in.
Prince Joachim and princess Marie announced in January that in september of this year would move to Paris together with their two children in a year, while prince Joachim completes one of the highest rated courses in the French military.
"It's going well. The kids start to be really happy to speak French."Criticized never my father
In the interview with Paris Match puts prince Joachim also words on the relationship he had to his father.
when Asked about it, according to the media critical view, the danes had at the very prince Henrik and his presence in the Joachim and crown prince Frederik's life, the equivalent of the prince, that never even criticized his father.
"He was of a different generation. My mother was the queen, when my brother and I were four and three years. She had very busy, and he was interested in our education – often with a certain seriousness."
"On the evening and in the weekends we did a thousand things together. He inspired us very much," says prince Joachim.
And, precisely, the inspiration is a theme that recurs in the big interview.
For the Swedish klimaaktivist Greta Thunberg is also not gone unnoticed by the Danish royal family. The pair says that their two children, Athena and Henrik, "of course," know her, and that she has motivated them to make both interesting and thought-provoking questions.
"It awakened their curiosity," says princess Marie.Updated Date: 22 December 2019, 14:00