Prince Henrik (the younger) of Denmark started first day of School

Prince Joachim of Denmark, Princess Marie of Denmark and Princess Athena of Denmark pose for photographs with their son Prince Henrik (the Younger) on his first day of school outside the family's new house on August 14, 2015 in Ordrup. Prince Henrik will attend his first day at St. Joseph Sisters School today.
Prince Joachim, Princess Marie and Princess Athena and Prince Henrik
Prince Joachim, Princess Marie and Princess Athena and Prince Henrik
Prince Joachim, Princess Marie and Princess Athena and Prince Henrik
Prince Joachim, Princess Marie and Princess Athena and Prince Henrik
Prince Joachim, Princess Marie and Princess Athena and Prince Henrik
Prince Joachim, Princess Marie and Princess Athena and Prince Henrik
Prince Joachim, Princess Marie and Princess Athena and Prince Henrik
Prince Joachim, Princess Marie and Princess Athena and Prince Henrik
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8 comments:


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  2. So Marie joining the Lutheran Church was all a sham? "Her" children will be educated in a Catholic school? I'm pretty sure there are other exclusive schools to choose from in Copenhagen. And yes, non-Catholic children attend Catholic schools, my daughters attended one for a while.

    And I don't mean to offend any Catholics, I'm just wondering. A little baptized Lutheran prince of Lutheran Denmark attending a Catholic school because his supposedly former Catholic mother just happened to choose a house conveniently close to a Catholic school. Don't kid yourself, Marie knew what she was doing.

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  3. Don't PERSECUTE Catholics. Good for Denmark for having this school.

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  4. I believe that Marie had some kind of influence, but if Joachim would not agree with her choice of school, and if Queen Margrethe and Prince Henrik wouldn't agree either, little Henrik would not be going to a Catholic school. And as many non-Catholic children attend these schools, I don't see a problem with it. They have fantastic curricula.

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    1. Prince Henrik, the former Henri, the former French citizen like Princess Marie, was also raised Catholic and would probably be delighted at his little namesake attending a Catholic school. Or is Henri [also] still Catholic even though he supposedly "converted" decades ago. Or do they not care, even though the Danes were in an uproar over this.

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  5. Have you seen the video from the little boy's big day?

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  6. it seems frail this little boy !!

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