Their grandchildren could be made count(ess) of Marlisborg or any other title the than sitting monarch would prefer. Assuming they don't want to extent the Rosenborg-title.
We might even get the system where the male line of prince Henrik and queen Margrethe will be after His/Her Excellency count(ess) of Rosenborg, count(ess) de Monpezat and the female line only get the Rosenborg title.
: There are no plans of limitation known to the
: public, but I assume the King, the Crown
: Princess and the Prime Minister have some
: sort of plan.
: The Danes have the same "problem".
: But I assume that when Prince Nikolai
: marries, some announcement about titles will
: be made.
: My guess for Sweden is: Children and
: grandchildren of a reigning King or Queen:
: HRH Prince/Priness X, Duke/Duchess of Y
: Further generations: Plain Mr. or Ms.
: Bernadotte or whatever surname they are
: entitled to.
: Denmark is a bit easier to predict, since
: the title "Count of Monpezat" was
: created in 2008.
: Children and grandchildren in the male line:
: H(R)H Prince/Princess X, Count/Countess of
: Further generations in the male line (and
: perhaps also wives of grandsons):
: Count/Countess of Monpezat
: But what about dynasts in the female line,
: e.g. future children of Princess Isablla or
: Princess Josehphine...?
: --Previous Message--
: The King and Queen already have 7
: grandchildren and that number could arguably
: still grow, Crown Princess Victoria,
: Princess Sofia and Princess Madeleine could
: easily have another child each, if not more.
: Even if they don't, assuming each of those 7
: existing children marry and have just 2
: children each then in a generation's time
: there could 21 people in line of succession
: with the title HRH Prince/Princess of
: Sweden, excluding spouses and of course
: Princess Victoria, Prince Carl Philip and
: Princess Madeleine.
: Apologies if my maths is wrong but hopefully
: you get my point.
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