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The Danish  is facing a 'very real crisis' after the row over titles 'shattered people's image' of Queen Margrethe and her family, an expert has claimed. <br>The monarch, 82, revealed two weeks ago she would be removing the princely titles from her youngest son Joachim's four children Nikolai, 23, Felix, 20, Henrik, 13, and Athena, 10. <br>The news was announced via a palace statement which said: 'As of January 1 2023, the descendants of His Royal Highness Prince Joachim will only be able to use their titles of Count and Countess of Monpezat, their previous titles of Prince and Princess of Denmark ceasing to exist.'  <br>Queen Margrethe said she wants the four children to live more normal lives, however, her decision upset Joachim and his four children, with the prince insisting his mother only gave him five days' notice - despite the Royal Household claiming the decision 'has been a long time coming'. <br>But as the conflict brewed between the Danish royals, Spanish magazine  claimed the real reason for the rift was because Joachim 'was deeply in love with his sister-in-law Mary'. <br>Now, experts have told how the ensuing public row has caused a 'real crisis', with royal expert Trine Villemann telling : 'It has shattered people's image of the queen, and of the family.'<br>      (image:  )    The Danish royal family has found itself in the midst of a real crisis, according to an expert who said the very public row sparked by Queen Margrethe (pictured) stripping her four youngest grandchildren of their titles has shown people a different side <br>      (image:  )    Prince Joachim (centre) has publicly voiced his dismay at his mother's decision to strip his children of their titles (pictured L-R: Prince Felix, Princess Marie, Prince Joachim, Princess Athena, Prince Henrik and Prince Nikolai in September)<br>      (image:  ) 'It is quite unusual and she has never done this before. It shows that there is a huge conflict.'<br>Mr Sørensen added the Queen's statement was a way of 'trying to close this conflict' and draw a line under it, following several days of turbulence between the monarch and her youngest son.<br>Two weeks ago, Prince Joachim told Ekstra Bladet his children had been 'hurt' by their grandmother's decision to remove their princely titles and make them counts and countesses, adding he had only had a few days to break the news to them before it was announced publicly.<br>      (image:  )    Prince Joachim of Denmark (pictured) once again hit out at his mother Queen Margrethe II's decision to strip his four children of their royal titles<br>      (image:  )    Speaking in Copenhagen (pictured) Crown Princess Mary of Denmark defended her mother-in-law Queen Margrethe's decision to strip four of her grandchildren of their royal titles, and suggested her own children's positions might not be secure<br>However, according to Mr Sørensen: 'You cannot have members or former members of the royal house constantly speaking in the press about the Queen's decision and discussing back and forth with each other in full public view.'  <br>He added Queen Margrethe 'had to say something' following Prince Joachim's public comments.<br><div class="art-ins mol-factbox femail floatRHS" data-version="2" id="mol-02b4c070-48a4-11ed-bc9c-07ca094194a0" website royals row over titles has &apos;shattered people&apos;s image of queen Send private email
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