| Prince of Denmark, Count of Monpezat
|Prince Henrik at a play on June 16, 2014|
|Henrik Carl Joachim Alain|
|House||House of Monpezat|
|Father||Prince Joachim of Denmark|
|Mother||Princess Marie of Denmark|
|Born|| May 4, 2009 |
Rigshospitalet, Copenhagen, Denmark
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|Danish Royal Family|
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Prince Henrik of Denmark, Count of Monpezat (Henrik Carl Joachim Alain; born May 4 2009), is a member of the Danish Royal Family. He is the third child and youngest son of Prince Joachim of Denmark and his French-born second-wife, Marie Cavallier.
As of June 2017, Prince Henrik is ninth in the line of succession to the Danish throne.
Prince Henrik is the third and youngest son of Prince Joachim. The prince is Joachim's first child with his second wife, Princess Marie of Denmark. The infant prince was born at Rigshospitalet (Copenhagen University Hospital) weighing 3032 grams and was 49 cm long.
Name and christeningEdit
As with his brothers and cousins, his names were not revealed until his christening, which took place on 26 July 2009 at the Møgeltønder Church, where older brother Felix was also christened. At his christening he was given the names Henrik Carl Joachim Alain.
His forenames all have a family significance:
- Henrik is after his paternal grandfather, Henrik, Prince Consort of Denmark.
- Carl is possibly after Count Carl Johan Bernadotte, the last surviving great-granduncle of the little prince, who attended his christening; Carl is also the Danish form of Charles, which is the name of Marie's brother, and also one of Prince Henrik's godparents.
- Joachim is after his father, Prince Joachim.
- Alain is after his maternal grandfather, Alain Cavallier.
His godparents are the Crown Princess of Denmark, Britt Davidsen Siesbye, and his maternal uncles Charles Cavallier and Benjamin Grandet, Christian Scherfig.
Titles and stylesEdit
- 4 May 2009 – present: His Highness Prince Henrik of Denmark, Count of Monpezat
His official title in Danish is Hans Højhed Prins Henrik af Danmark, Greve af Monpezat
Honors and decorationsEdit
- 16 April 2010: Commemorative 70th Birthday Medal of Her Majesty The Queen
- 14 January 2012: Commemorative Ruby Jubilee Medal of Her Majesty The Queen
|8. André de Laborde de Monpezat|
|4. Henri de Laborde de Monpezat|
|9. Renée Yvonne Doursenot|
|2. Prince Joachim of Denmark|
|20. Christian X of Denmark|
|10. Frederick IX of Denmark|
|21. Alexandrine of Mecklenburg-Schwerin|
|5. Margrethe II of Denmark|
|22. Gustaf VI Adolf of Sweden|
|11. Ingrid of Sweden|
|23. Princess Margaret of Connaught|
|1. Prince Henrik of Denmark|
|6. Alain Cavallier|
|3. Marie Cavallier|
|7. Françoise Moreau|
Prince Henrik of Denmark
Cadet branch of the House of LabordeBorn: 4 May 2009
|Lines of succession|
Prince Felix of Denmark
|Line of succession to the Danish throne|
| Succeeded by|
Princess Athena of Denmark
|Line of succession to the British throne|
descended from Arthur, son of Victoria
|The generations are numbered from the implementation of hereditary monarchy by Frederick III in 1660.|
|* Christian V * Prince Frederick * Prince George, Duke of Cumberland|
|* Frederick IV * Prince Christian William * Prince Christian * Prince Charles * Prince William * Prince William, Duke of Gloucester * Prince George * Prince Charles|
|* Prince Christian * Christian VI * Prince Frederik Charles * Prince George * Prince Frederik Christian * Prince Charles|
|* Prince Christian * Christian VII * Frederick, Hereditary Prince|
|* Frederick VI * Christian VIII * Ferdinand, Hereditary Prince|
|* Prince Christian * Prince Christian * Frederick VII|
|* Frederick VIII * George I of Greece * Prince Valdemar|
|Christian X Haakon VII of Norway Prince Harald Constantine I of Greece* Prince George* Prince Nicholas* Prince Andrew* Prince Christopher* Prince Gustav Prince Aage** Prince Axel Prince Erik** Prince Viggo**|
|Frederick IX Prince Knud Olav V of Norway Prince Gorm Prince Oluf** George II of Greece* Alexander of Greece* Paul of Greece* Philip, Duke of Edinburgh* Prince Michael* Prince Peter* Prince George Valdemar Prince Flemming Valdemar**|
|Henrik, Prince Consort*** • Prince Ingolf** • Prince Christian** • Constantine II of Greece*|
|Crown Prince Frederik • Prince Joachim • Pavlos, Crown Prince of Greece* • Prince Nikolaos* • Prince Philippos*|
|Prince Nikolai • Prince Felix • Prince Christian • Prince Henrik • Prince Vincent • Prince Constantine Alexios* • Prince Achileas-Andreas* • Prince Odysseas-Kimon* • Prince Aristidis-Stavros*|
|*also a prince of Greece|
**lost his title due to an unequal marriage
***not a Danish prince by birth, but a royal prince consort