|Princess Athena of Denmark Quick Info|
|Height||3 ft 2 in|
|Date of Birth||January 24, 2012|
Princess Athena of Denmark is the youngest and only daughter of Prince Joachim of Denmark and Princess Marie of Denmark. Besides that, she is also known to be the younger sister of Prince Henrik Carl Joachim Alain and step-sister of Prince Nikolai of Denmark and Prince Felix of Denmark.
Athena Marguerite Françoise Marie
Princess Athena of Denmark, Countess of Monpezat
Rigshospitalet, Copenhagen, Denmark
Klampenborg, Copenhagen, Denmark
Member of the Royal of Denmark
- Father – Prince Joachim of Denmark
- Mother – Princess Marie of Denmark
- Siblings – Prince Henrik Carl Joachim Alain (Older Brother)
- 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 2 in or 96.5 cm
26 kg or 57 lbs
Race / Ethnicity
She is of Danish descent.
- Chubby cheeks
- Big ears
Princess Athena of Denmark Facts
- She was born at the Copenhagen University Hospital.
- At the time of her birth, her father Prince Joachim told the media jokingly that he may name her anything from Jo to Scheherazade.
- Princess Athena’s 2 half-brothers Prince Felix and Prince Henrik are from her father’s previous marriage to Alexandra Manley.
- On May 20, 2012, Princess Athena’s name was revealed for the first time at her christening which took place at the Møgeltønder Church.
- Her full name Athena Marguerite Françoise Marie is a mix of her mother’s and grandmother’s names.
- Her godparents are Gregory Grandet, Edouard Cavallier, Carina Axelsson, Julie Mirabaud, Diego de Lavandeyra, and Henriette Steenstrup.
- She is titled “Her Highness Princess Athena of Denmark” and “Countess of Monpezat”.
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