: in Denmark.
One does not need to have succession rights in order to have a princely title and style. This is true of Denmark as in some other monarchies (e.g. Prince Michael of Kent, Prince Michael of Greece).
: Other princes (e.g. Fleming) who
: have lost their successional rights have
: also lost their princely titles.
Fleming, a prince domiciled in Denmark, may have been compelled to do so but royal law, which has not been revoked, states that a Danish prince who has been given permission to settle abroad (as George I of Greece as) does not require permission to marry, nor do his descendants, and there are no limitations on the descent of the princely title.
: It is more
: a title by courtesy. I think we can compare
: it with the Hanoverians. Are they really
: Princes/ses of the United Kingdom?
I don't think we can. The Hanoverians assumed the British title in the 1930s after arguably losing it legally. The Greek princes have always had the title.
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