Prince Joachim, Princess Marie and their two children Prince Henrik and Princess Athena have returned home to Denmark on Monday, 23 March 2020.

From left to right: Prince Nikolai, Princess Marie, Princess Athena, Prince Joachim, Prince Felix and Prince Henrik. Photo: Steen Brogaard, Danish Royal Court

Their son Prince Henrik was examined at Rigshospitalet for respiration problems connected with asthmatic bronchitis and tested for coronavirus.

Prince Henrik’s test was negative.

Prince Joachim and Princess Marie thought it was best for their son to seek medical advice at Rigshospitalet where he has received medical treatment for several years.

In consideration of Prince Henrik’s condition, the parents found it most reassuring to seek treatment at Rigshospitalet, where personnel have followed the Prince for several years. The whole family is now residing at Amalienborg.

The whole family are now living at Amalienborg after living in Paris since September whilst Prince Joachim was participating in France’s highest-ranking military leadership at the École Militaire.

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