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  The Danish Monarchy - The Royal House - HH Prince Nikolai
Nikolai William Alexander Frederik, Prince of Denmark, was born on 28 August 1999 at Rigshospitalet (Copenhagen University Hospital).
Prince Nikolai is the son of HRH Prince Joachim and Alexandra countess of Frederiksborg.
Prince Nikolai was christened in Fredensborg Palace Chapel on 6 November 1999.
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 Descendants of King Christian IX of Denmark Prince Alexis of Bentheim and Steinfurt (1922-1943), Crown Prince of Yugoslavia (*1945), m.1st 1972 (div 1985) Princess Maria da Glória of Orléans and Bragança (*1946), m.2nd 1985 Katarina Batis (*1943) Olga Isabelle of Greece (*1971), engaged 2005 to Prince Aimone of Savoy-Aosta, Duke of Apulia (*1967)
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  Prince Index
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 Royal News: May 2001
Among the guests were Prince Jean of France Duke of Vendôme, the Duke and Duchess of Bragança, Prince Vittorio Emanuele of Italy with his wife Marina, Princess Sumaya of Jordan, the Duke of Hohenberg and a representant of the Royal House of Morocco.
Prince Constantijn of the Netherlands and his fiancée Laurentien Brinkhorst and their parents were officially received by the Dutch Cabinet at the Catshuis - the official residence of the Dutch Prime Minister.
Prince Hassan bin Talal of Jordan received an honorary degree of the faculty of theology at the University of Tübingen, Germany.
www.nettyroyal.nl /newsmay01.html   (4430 words)

 The Kingdom of Denmark - Loving Princess Mary of Denmark - Care2.com
In 1397, Denmark, Norway, and Sweden formed the Kalmar Union under Margaret I. Born a Danish princess, she had married King Haakon VI of Norway.
Denmark was neutral in World War I, but the Germans occupied the country during World War II (1940).
Denmark was liberated by the British in 1945.
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 USATODAY.com - Denmark's Prince Joachim completes divorce   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-26)
COPENHAGEN, Denmark (AP) — Denmark's Prince Joachim and Princess Alexandra have finalized their divorce, the first in Europe's oldest monarchy in nearly 160 years, the royal court said Friday.
Joachim, second in line to the throne after older brother Crown Prince Frederik, is staying in the couple's home, the Schackenborg Castle, north of the German border, while Hong Kong-born Alexandra and the boys have moved to a 2,895-square-foot villa in a residential district in northern Copenhagen.
Denmark's royal family traces its lineage to Viking king Gorm the Old, who died in 958.
www.usatoday.com /news/world/2005-04-08-denmark-royal-divorce_x.htm   (594 words)

 Denmark.dk: Official website - Denmark - The Danish Monarchy: an Overview   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-26)
The Prince Consort’s cosmopolitan attitude manifests itself in his extensive international work, and he is often called upon to support Danish export campaigns all over the world.
The sons, Crown Prince Frederik and Prince Joachim, have both received a thorough military training - in the case of the Crown Prince supplemented by a demanding course with the elite Diving Corps.
In 1936, it was presented by the Danish state to the newly married Crown Prince Frederik (IX) and Crown Princess Ingrid as a summer residence.
www.denmark.dk /portal/page?_pageid=374,520548&_dad=portal&_schema=PORTAL   (2381 words)

 Danish Royal Family
Frederik's brother Prince Knud of Denmark who up until the change in the Constitution as next in line to the succession was not seen as a suitable Monarch.
Prince Richard is a brother of Princess Tatiana of Sayn-Wittgenstein-Berleburg
Dagmar was briefly engaged to Prince Adalbert of Prussia
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The Prince of Wales and the Duchess of Cornwall,
Prince Felix, Princess Alexandra, Prince Sebastien, and Prince Louis with Family
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 Timeline Denmark
Denmark recognized the independence of Sweden in the Peace of Stettin.
She was born Ingrid Victoria Sofie Louise Margaretha at the royal castle in Stockholm as the daughter of King Gustaf VI Adolf.
2006 Feb 11, Denmark said it has temporarily withdrawn its ambassadors from Syria, Iran and Indonesia because their safety was at risk in the wake of a Danish newspaper's publication of drawings of the Prophet Muhammad.
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 Nikolai Romanov   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-26)
Prince Nikolai Romanov's great grandfather, Grand Duke Nikolai, was the younger brother of Empress Dagmar's father-in-law, Czar Alexander II.
Prince Roman Romanov was on "HMS Marlborough" that carried Dagmar to safety in 1919, and his memoirs, "It was a rich house, a happy house" help us to understand Dagmar's last years in Russia.
Prince Nikolai Romanov now lives in Switzerland and is now regarded as the head of the Romanov family and thus pretender to the Russian throne should the people of Russia ever want to reinstate the monarchy.
www.dr.dk /aroyalfamily/person_nikolai.htm   (185 words)

 Grand State Banquet   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-26)
TSH The Prince and Princess of Monaco, Rainier III and Grace, attended, as did TSH The Prince and Princess of Liechtenstein, Franz Joseph II and Gina.
TRH The Prince and Princess of Spain, Juan Carlos and Sofia, represented General Franco and the Kingdom of Spain at the festivities.
TM The King and Queen of Nepal, TM The King and Queen of Malaysia, HRH Prince Bhalubandutzagala of Thailand, Prince Abdul Vali Khan (uncle of HM The King of Afghanistan) and Prince Mikasa of Japan (brother of HIM Emperor Hirohito) were among the Asian royals present at the celebrations.
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 Denmark.dk: Official website - Denmark - Baby prince or princess next month   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-26)
When a new prince or princess is born to Princess Alexandra and Prince Joachim next month, the child is to come into the world causing as little pain as possible.
When their first son, Prince Nikolai was born in 1999, Princess Alexandra was one of the few women in Denmark to have an epidural anaesthetic during childbirth.
Prince Joachim will be present at this birth, as he was when his first child was born.
denmark.dk /portal/page?_pageid=374,692327&_dad=portal&_schema=PORTAL   (475 words)

 Royal News: August 2002
The Prince and the Hereditary Prince say that after a talk yesterday with the constitutional commission they were not sure that the 19 votes in the Diet (Landtag) that are necessary to change the constitution, could be expected.
She says the Prince's aim is to help farmers while increasing his company's donations to charity as he is "deeply concerned" about the difficulties facing farmers and the agriculture industry.
Prince Claus of the Netherlands was transferred to the intensive care unit again because of mucous secretion in his bronchial tubes.
www.nettyroyal.nl /newsaug02.html   (2832 words)

 NorHouse: The Nordic Countries - Denmark
Denmark's future Crown Princess amazed the Danes and TV viewers the world over when on the day of the engagement to HRH Crown Prince Frederik she spoke to the press in well articulated and almost fluent Danish.
When Crown Prince Frederik and Prince Joachim were young they would readily lead their parents down the gangway.
Denmark is a warm and beautiful country, and I feel very much at home.
www.norhouse.com /country.asp?art_id=CO-051304&mscssid=DRFPV6A3MN919K5P0F2W3C56M12WBWA9   (1207 words)

 AHN | Princess Alexandra Marries In Denmark | June 19, 2007
Alexandra arrived at the Oster Egede church, in the Danish town of Fakse, hand-in-hand with her two sons, seven-year-old Nikolai and three-year-old Felix.
Since the princess split from Prince Joachim in 2004, she has remained a popular royal and an important part of the royal circle.
Alexandra, who was a high-flying businesswoman before she married the prince, may go back to work now that she is no longer a princess.
www.allheadlinenews.com /articles/7006659056   (263 words)

 Yvonne's Royalty Home Page: Royal and Royal-related Governor Generals of Canada
Prince Gustaf Adolf of Sweden, Hereditary Prince of Sweden, Duke of Västerbotten (1906-1947)
Prince Frederick of Denmark, Crown Prince of Denmark (1968-)
Prince Pavlos of Greece, Crown Prince of Greece (1967-)
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 Denmark - Official Denmark - The Royal House
26.5.1968, Prince of Denmark, Crown Prince, elder son of Queen Margrethe II and Prince Henrik.
7.6.1969, Prince of Denmark, younger son of Queen Margrethe II and Prince Henrik.
Prince Joachim matriculated in modern languages from Øregaard Gymnasium in 1986 at the same time as his elder brother, the Crown Prince, and until then received the same education.
www.um.dk /Publikationer/UM/English/Denmark/kap1/1-1-5.asp   (311 words)

 Denmark - Official Denmark - The Royal House
In the case of Denmark in 2001, this circle includes, in addition to Queen Margrethe II, the Royal Consort Prince Henrik, Crown Prince Frederik, Prince Joachim, his spouse Princess Alexandra and their son Prince Nikolai, as well as all the other princes and princesses in line of succession to the throne, together with their spouses.
Prince Christian of Glücksborg, who was descended in direct male line from the royal house, acceded to the throne as Christian IX on the death of Frederik VII in 1863.
The royal house's understanding of these circumstances and the family's close contact with the general population has meant that its position is firmly based and not a matter of discussion at a time when royal houses in other countries have caused a debate on the justification for a monarchy.
www.um.dk /Publikationer/UM/English/Denmark/kap1/1-1.asp   (902 words)

 Engagement predicted for Danish prince; palace says it knows nothing of it - Pravda.Ru
Two Danish magazines on Thursday predicted that the divorced Prince Joachim would soon be engaged to Frenchwoman Marie Cavallier, who spent Easter with the royal family.
The 37-year-old prince's divorce was the first split in Europe's oldest monarchy in nearly 160 years.
Joachim is third in the line to Denmark's throne after his brother Crown Prince Frederik and Frederik's son, Prince Christian.
english.pravda.ru /news/world/12-04-2007/89596-prince-0   (463 words)

 Danish Prince to divorce wife
Denmark's Prince Joachim and his wife Princess Alexandra arrive at Tivoli Gardens in Copenhagen on June 10, 2004, file photo.
Prince Joachim, Queen Margrethe's second son, will seek a divorce from Alexandra, it was announced on Thursday September 16, 2004.
Queen Margrethe and her husband Prince Henrik "deeply regretted" the couple's decision, but added they would give their full support to their son and daughter-in-law, according to a statement read by the royal family lord chamberlain, Ove Ullerup.
www.chinadaily.com.cn /english/doc/2004-09/20/content_375934.htm   (531 words)

 Hong Kong-Born Danish Princess to Remarry, Lose Royal Title | Asian American News | GoldSea   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-26)
Alexandra married Prince Joachim, the younger brother of Crown Prince Frederik, in November 1995.
After the wedding the bride and groom will live in Alexandra's villa in Oesterbro, a suburb of Copenhagen, with her two sons, Prince Nikolai and Prince Felix.
Denmark's Prince Joachim, right, and Princess Alexandra divorced in 2005 after nearly nine years of marriage.
goldsea.com /Asiagate/702/07alexandra.html   (304 words)

 The Royal Family of Denmark
HH Prince Nikolai of Denmark (* August 28th, 1999)
King Christian IX of Denmark: Grandfather of Europe
Unofficial Homepage of Crown Prince Frederik of Denmark
www.geocities.com /henrivanoene/royaldenmark.html   (133 words)

 MyUSTINET News: Prince Joachim Of Denmark Divorced
The prince met Alexandra Manley while he was working for a Danish company in Hong Kong and married her in 1995.
The couple plan to share custody of their two sons, Prince Nikolai and Prince Felix, the Royal Family said.
Denmark's monarchy is believed to be the oldest in Europe.
news.usti.net /newsstory/world.europe.northern/2/wed/cf/Udenmark-prince.RUig_FA8.html   (157 words)

 Genealogy of the Royal Family of Denmark
HRH Princess Thyra Louise Caroline Amalia Augusta Elisabeth of Denmark
The official titles of the sovereigns of Denmark are: King/Queen of Denmark, the Wends and the Goths, Duke/Duchess of Schleswig, Holstein, Stormarn, Dithmarschen, Lauenburg and Oldenburg with the style Majesty.
The official title of the heir to the throne is: Crown Prince of Denmark with the style Royal Highness.
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 Margrethe II Biography - Biography.com
Queen of Denmark (1972–), born in Copenhagen, Denmark, the daughter of Frederick IX.
Crown Prince Frederik married Mary Elizabeth Donaldson, an Australian businesswoman, in 2004; their son was born in 2005.
Prince Joachim married Alexandra Christina Manley in 1995 (divorced 2005); their children are Prince Nikolai William Alexander Frederik (1999–;) and Prince Felix Henrik Valdemar Christian (2002–).
www.biography.com /search/article.jsp?aid=9398875   (206 words)

 The Raw Story | Divorced Danish Princess Alexandra to remarry
After the March 3 wedding, which will be a private function, the princess will no longer be part of the member of the royal family and would be known as Alexandra Christina, countess of Frederiksborg, the palace said.
Alexandra divorced Prince Joachim, youngest son of Queen Margrethe, in April 2005 after a six-month separation.
The countess is a patron of several organizations including the Danish Red Cross Youth, the Danish Association of the Blind, The Animal Foundation, the ARKEN Museum of Modern Art, and the Danish UNICEF Committee.
rawstory.com /news/2006/Divorced_Danish_Princess_Alexandra__02072007.html   (176 words)

 GMANews.TV - Danish princess remarries, loses title - World - Official Website of GMA News and Public Affairs - Latest ...
COPENHAGEN, Denmark - Hong Kong-born Princess Alexandra of Denmark, divorced from a Danish prince, gave up her royal title Saturday when she married her cameraman boyfriend.
Alexandra, 42, divorced Prince Joachim, the second son of Queen Margrethe of Denmark, in 2004.
The couple had two children, 3-year-old Felix and 7-year-old Nikolai, who were both at their mother's second wedding.
www.gmanews.tv /story/33037/Danish-princess-remarries-loses-title   (159 words)

 Princess Alexandra of Denmark must choose love or money - Reality TV World - News, information, episode summaries, ...
Princess Alexandra of Denmark would lose her title and tax-free income if she marries after divorcing Prince Joachim, according to an agreement she signed.
The Danish Royal Court said the former wife of Prince Joachim plans to marry photographer Martin Jorgenson on March 3, forsaking her yearly income of nearly $253,000 and membership in the royal family, the Times of London said Friday.
The princess and the prince met at a party in her native Hong Kong in 1994.
www.realitytvworld.com /news/princess-alexandra-of-denmark-must-choose-love-or-money-1011613.php   (489 words)

 Princess must choose love or money
The Danish Royal Court said the former wife of Prince Joachim plans to marry photographer Martin Jorgenson on March 3, forsaking her yearly income of nearly $253,000 and membership in the royal family, the Times of London said Friday.
Prince Joachim asked her to marry him the next year.
In 2005, the prince and princess became the first Danish royal couple to divorce since 1846.
www.softcom.net /webnews/wed/ac/Udenmark-royals.R3Og_HF9.html   (190 words)

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