Several commentators mentioned that the last times the Prince went public (the first time was in 2007) with this, the Queen got more popular. This will happen again this time.
: Since Henrik went public, he placed the
: government and Court in a difficult
: position. Ordinarily, he should have been
: left to depart public life quietly. Now,
: they are faced with the problem of how to
: deal with this. They can go public and risk
: irritating Henrik who may do something even
: more embarrassing to the Queen.
: Or the court can remain quiet, knowing that
: the Queen is not humiliated in any way. I
: think the government realizes the public is
: beginning to catch on to what is really
: going on and the Queen has everyone's full
: sympathy and support.
: Also, the court most likely is working
: closely with the Queen on how to deal with
: As each day passes, it is becoming
: increasingly clear that something is very
: wrong, otherwise, I believe, the government
: would have stepped in.
: -previous message --
: I am so tempted to suggest to Lene Balleby
: (sp?) for her to fabricate a story (or
: reveal the truth?)that Prince Henrik is
: indeed sick and suffers from dementia or
: some other kind of mental illness in his old
: age. That is the only way for his behavior
: to be excused.
: It is not fair for such a dedicated,
: hardworking, and beloved Queen to suffer
: such puclic shame and embarassment by such a
: selfish, pompass, and self-righteous man.
: --Previous Message--
: In another interview Prince Henrik says that
: it is Margrethe who makes a fool of him by
: not granting him equal status and choosing
: the role of Queen over the role of a good
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