Queen ‘making a fool of me’
Prince Henrik has said that his wife, Queen Margrethe of Denmark, does “not respect” him in an interview with a celebrity gossip magazine.
The Prince spoke to the Se og Hør weekly in the wake of his announcement last week that he does not wish to be buried together with the Queen at Roskilde Cathedral, the normal tradition for Danish monarchy.
In a video clip of the interview posted on the magazine’s website, the Prince expresses his dissatisfaction with the way he is treated by the Queen.The working class isn’t as white as some would like you to think
“My wife does not give me the respect a normal wife must give her spouse,” the Prince says in the clip.
Although he stressed that he still loves his wife, the 83-year-old said that he was unhappy with the expectations placed upon him regarding the traditional resting place.
“It is her that is making a fool of me. I didn’t marry the Queen to be buried at Roskilde,” he said.The American super nukes that can start WWIII
Henrik is upset over not being named ‘King Consort’ when Queen Margrethe ascended to the throne in 1972, instead having to settle for ‘Prince Consort’.
There were reports that French-born Henrik made the request not to be buried next to the queen because he wanted to be buried in his home country, but the royal household said this was not true.
A statement from the royal house said: “The Queen has for some time been familiar with the decision of His Royal Highness and acknowledges the decision.This is what it’s like being a male sex worker
The Prince’s decision does not change The Queen’s funeral plans. The Prince’s wish to be buried in Denmark remains, but the circumstances are not yet in place,” a spokesman said.
In 2002, Henrik ran away to France to “reflect” after the couple’s son, Crown Prince Frederik, was granted a higher status than Henrik at a new year’s reception.