The younger son of the Danish Queen Margrethe II, Prince Joachim (53), will turn his back on France with his family next year. The younger brother of heir to the throne, Crown Prince Frederik (54), told the weekly "Billed-Bladet" that he would stop as defense attaché at the Danish embassy in Paris after the end of the contract in the summer of 2023. After that he will move away from France with his family - where, he left open.
A Danish royal house expert from the newspaper "B.T." did not assume that Joachim's decision had anything to do with the conflict over his children's titles. Queen Margrethe (82) announced in September that from January 1, 2023, the four children should only bear the titles of Count or Countess of Monpezat. Joachim was disappointed that they would lose the titles of prince or princess. At a celebration of the 50th jubilee of the monarch this Saturday, Margrethe and Joachim will now take part in an official event together for the first time.