Denmark: Countess Alexandra of Frederiksborg, the former wife of Prince Joachim of Denmark, to move into an apartment

NordenBladet – Countess Alexandra of Frederiksborg, the former wife of Prince Joachim of Denmark, is to move out of her villa and into an apartment in the capital of Copenhagen.

The Danish Magazine “Se og Hør” reported the moving plans, and the news has also been confirmed by Countess Alexandra’s press adviser. The Countess is moving to Copenhagen this summer, where she has bought an apartment in the city centre, only a short walk from Amalienborg Palace. The new apartment is located in the street of “Klerkegade” and is 168 square meters large. The Countess has not yet sold her villa in Charlottenlund.

The Countess will move into the apartment on 1 July, and by that time, her youngest son, Prince Felix, has become a student at Gammel Hellerup Gymnasium, and he will have to move away from home. This is why Countess Alexandra has decided to say goodbye to her home north of Copenhagen. The Countess still has her dog, Baily, who from the summer will be her only roommate since she is also divorced from her second husband, Martin Jørgensen.

The Countess and her two sons lived in the villa for the last three years. Countess Alexandra moved to the villa so that Prince Nikolai and Prince Felix could be close to their father, Prince Joachim, who has a house close by. However, after Prince Joachim and his second wife, Princess Marie, moved to Paris and Prince Nikolai’s purchase of his own apartment in Copenhagen, Alexandra no longer needs a big house.

Since Prince Felix turned 18 last summer, Countess Alexandra has not received an allowance from the Danish government. The Countess was supposed to receive an allowance all her life, but she has chosen not to receive any more money from the state after her youngest son turned 18 years old. The Countess is working and active in the Danish business community.

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