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Marie & Joachim of Denmark: Is their son Henrik being bullied?

As Princess Marie revealed in an interview, Prince Henrik does not seem to have an easy life at school. Is the 12-year-old bullied by his classmates for being a royal?

Paris – Prince Joachim (51) and Princess Marie of Denmark (45) have been living in Paris with their son Henrik (12) and their daughter Athena (9) for several years. The children attend an international school there and grow up far away from the hustle and bustle of the royal family. Nevertheless, the classmates of the two of course do not hide the noble origins of their classmates. Prince Henrik in particular, who recently celebrated his 12th birthday, seems to have his problems with this.

In an interview with the French magazine "Point de Vue" Marie spoke openly about this topic. “I'm not so worried about Athena. She is very familiar with her family history. But it's different with Henrik. He doesn't really want to be reminded of who he is. Children are not always nice to each other, ”says the mother of two. Is the son of Princess Marie and Prince Joachim bullied? * The Danish aristocracy expert Jacob Heinel Jensen explained in a podcast his view of things on the complicated situation of the young royal. * is an offer from IPPEN.MEDIA.

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