Prince Joachim, Prince Nikolai and Prince Felix at Cafe Victor

Prince Joachim of Denmark and his sons Prince Nikolai and Prince Felix were seen at "Cafe Victor" in downtown of Copenhagen, which they went to for a lunch.
Prince Joachim of Denmark and his sons Prince Nikolai and Prince Felix were seen at "Cafe Victor" in downtown of Copenhagen
Prince Joachim of Denmark and his sons Prince Nikolai and Prince Felix were seen at "Cafe Victor" in downtown of Copenhagen
Prince Joachim of Denmark and his sons Prince Nikolai and Prince Felix were seen at "Cafe Victor" in downtown of Copenhagen

12 comments:

  1. De grootste prins is wel.erg veranderd,,modern en knap.

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  2. Only 16 years old and already a smoker. Seems to be a family trait.

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  3. Is Prince Nikolai holding his Father's cigarette, or is he himself smoking ? Either way, not the best of images to be caught on camera !

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    1. He's holding his father's cigarette while his father is in the restaurant. Why J found the need to do that instead of just putting out the cigarette is another story.

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  4. Dad has a cigarette in the first photo too.

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  5. Ça va commenter grave dans les magazines danois

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  6. I hope the young Princes don't take up this dreadful habit.

    As a child of heavy smoker's I thankfully hated cigarettes. I hated them as a child, but I hate them even more now that I am an adult. They ruined the health of both my parents, yes my parents willingly smoked, however they became addicted at a time when the health risks to smoking were not publicly known (The Cigarette Companies knew), but cigarettes were still being advertised as "stress relief". My parents grew up in an error when smoking was seen publicly and in the cinema as "elegant" or "manly".

    My Father was told he would never suffer another stroke if he gave up cigarettes, but he could never beat the addiction. My Mother on the other hand did give up smoking, yet after 36 years of not touching a cigarette my Mother developed lung cancer - a cancer linked specifically to cigarette smokers, an aggressive cancer that killed my beautiful Mother within a matter of weeks.

    After seeing what smoking did to my parents, I am afraid I have to condemn any adult who smokes in the presents of minors. Any adult is setting a bad example, they are also submitting others to passive smoking.

    I know many Royals smoke; Queen Margrethe, the Prince Consort, The Dutch Royals, but to see them do so publicly is very sad and wrong as their actions can have huge impacts on society and what is deemed as acceptable.

    Some kid somewhere could see that photo of a young Prince holding his Father's cigarette and mistakenly think, that a certain young Prince smokes, and s/he might think that seeing a young member of Royalty smoke makes smoking cool - how wrong/sad is that!

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  7. Smoking? Really? Kind of young to be smoking. He obviously is trying to hide the cigarette from cameras or people around. If it is his father's cig, then shame on his father for requiring his son to hold the nasty thing for him!

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  8. Oh my god just 16teen and Nick's already smoking

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  9. Oh my god just 16teen and Nick's already smoking

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    1. they both smoke, Felix is 13. Why, at a football match, Felix is taking a cigarette from his father!

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