|Prince Henrik of Denmark Quick Info|
|Height||3 ft 7 in|
|Date of Birth||May 4, 2009|
Prince Henrik of Denmark is best known as the youngest son of Prince Joachim of Denmark and Princess Mary of Denmark. Besides that, he is also looked up to as the Count of Monpezat and the older brother of Princess Athena and younger brother of Prince Nikolai and Prince Felix.
Henrik Carl Joachim Alain
Prince Henrik of Denmark
Rigshospitalet, Copenhagen, Denmark
Klampenborg, Copenhagen, Denmark
On August 11, 2015, Prince Henrik began attending Sct. Joseph Søstrenes Skole which is located in Ordrup.
- Father – Prince Joachim of Denmark
- Mother – Princess Marie of Denmark
- Siblings – Athena Marguerite Françoise Marie (Younger Sister)
- Others – Henri de Laborde de Monpezat (Paternal Grandfather), Margrethe II of Denmark (Paternal Grandmother), Frederik, Crown Prince of Denmark (Paternal Uncle), Alain Cavallier (Maternal Grandfather), Françoise Grassiot (Maternal Grandmother), Claude Cavallier (Maternal Great Grandfather) Baroness Odile Brunet de Sairigné (Maternal Great Grandmother), Prince Nikolai of Denmark (Older Half-Brother), Prince Felix of Denmark (Older Half-Brother)
3 ft 7 in or 109 cm
38 kg or 84 lbs
Race / Ethnicity
He is of Danish descent.
- Silky hair
- Thin eyebrows
- Pale complexion
Prince Henrik of Denmark Facts
- He was brought up alongside his younger sister Princess Athena in Copenhagen.
- Prince Henrik was born in the Copenhagen University Hospital.
- Prince Nikolai of Denmark and Prince Felix of Denmark are both half-brothers of his as they were born to his father’s first wife Alexandra, Countess of Frederiksborg.
- On July 26, 2009, Prince Henrik was christened at the Møgeltønder Church. It was the same church that his older brother Felix’s christening took place. It was only then that his birth name was revealed to the public.
- His name “Henrik Carl Joachim Alain” was taken from the names of his father, paternal grandfather, and maternal grandfather.
- Prince Henrik’s chosen godparents are Mary, Crown Princess of Denmark, Charles Cavallier, Benjamin Grandet, Britt Davidsen Siesbye, and Christian Scherfig.
- He is formally known as “His Highness Prince Henrik of Denmark” and “Count of Monpezat”.
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