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Queen Margrethe II of Denmark has stripped four of her eight grandchildren of their titles. Now, Prince Joachim's children Nikolai, 23, Felix, 20, Henrik, 13, and Athena, 10, can no longer be treated as princes and princesses, or members of the royal family. In the announcement it was said that:
"Her Majesty the Queen wishes to 'break' the framework for the four grandchildren, to be able to shape their lives to a much greater extent without being constrained by the special considerations and duties that involve a formal connection with the Royal House of Denmark as an institution."
As of January 2023, they will no longer have their titles, although they have not lost their places in line to the throne as they are currently number seven, eight, nine and ten. The statement continued:
"The Queen's decision is in line with similar rules that other royal houses have made in different ways in recent years."
However, for now, the decision only affects the children of Joachim, the queen's second son who is known as the standout queen for her dress, humor and distinctive character. Crown Prince Frederik's children will retain their titles, as their father is heir to the throne. The news was not well received by the mother of the children who told the media that they are shocked by the decision.
"Kids feel isolated. They can't understand why their identity is being taken away."