A member of the Danish royal family has decided to leave Europe and forgo his responsibilities. Along with his siblings Henry, Athena, and Felix, who had their titles downgraded and had been referred to as “counts” for months, he is one of the princes of the Scandinavian nation who was impacted by Queen Margrethe’s decision.
Count Nicolas de Monpezat, a member of the family and the grandson of Queen Margrethe who held the title of prince until recently, has stated his intention to leave Denmark and his royal responsibilities. According to a representative for his mother, the Countess of Frederiksborg Alexandra, Nicholas will move to live in Australia in August. He will travel there with his girlfriend.
The Danish royal family has recently been embroiled in a number of controversies, and this new one just widens the new media sphere that this royal family is creating in the media as a result of their scandals.
One of the most liked royals in Europe is the count Nicolas, according to reports. He has a great relationship with Benedikte Thoustrup, one of the most attractive young women on the old continent, who is also his girlfriend.
The Danish king will travel to Australia with his girlfriend to pursue a degree at the University of Technology of Sydney. It is anticipated that students will spend longer than four months there before returning to finish their education there after spending some time in the Scandinavian nation.