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View Poll Results: What will be the gender of Joachim & Marie's 2nd baby?
Boy - It runs in the family! 26 18.31%
Girl - Isabella and Josephine need a comrade to tackle the boys! 93 65.49%
Twins (One of each) - It happened last year... 3 2.11%
As long as the baby is healthy, it doesn't matter! 20 14.08%
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Old 02-02-2012, 04:42 PM
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Princess Agathe Margrethe Françoise Marie
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Old 02-02-2012, 05:33 PM
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Don't forget Francoise is the name of Marie's mother and as Alain (her father) is included in Prince Henriks name, it could be possible that Francoise will be included in the name.
I didn't realize that. You might be right. I just hope that it fades away between many more younger names.
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Old 02-06-2012, 08:01 AM
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Princess Agathe Margrethe Françoise Marie
I think Agathe is not very likely.
The daughter of Henriette Steenstrup, who is a close friend of Marie, is called Agathe. Marie is her godmother.

Marie has four godchildren, as far as i know:
Magali Siesbye, daughter of Oscar and Britt Davidsen Siesbye
Agathe Anna Steenstrup, daughter of Peter and Henriette Steenstrup
Princesse Josephine of Denmark
Nicholas Bendtner, son of Caroline Flemming and Nicklas Bendtner

For Joachim it is:
Prince Christian of Denmark,
more i do not remember, maybe anybody else knows more

I think it is weird to use the names of own children, godchildren or nephews again.


I also think Henriette Steenstrup is a good guess for a godmother for the new little princess, as i wrote earlier:
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- Gregory Grandet
- Edouard Cavallier
- Gustav of Sayn-Wittgenstein-Berleburg
- 2 more friends, possible: Henriette Steenstrup or Agente Arnø or Caroline Fleming
My newest guess for a name is:
Clara Odile Margrethe Francoise
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Old 02-08-2012, 06:38 AM
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The top 10 names for Denmark in 2011 were Emma, Isabella, Laura, Ida, Clara, Sofie, Mathilde, Freja, Anna and Sofia.

Also in the top 25: Caroline, Lærke, Maja, Josefine, Liva, Alberte, Karla, Victoria, Sarah, Emilie, Mille, Olivia, Alma, Frida, Julie.

I think it's interesting that both the names of the baby's female cousins are in the top 25 in Denmark. The baby's half brothers' names were also quite popular.

I would guess they would pick a popular name that would work as well in French as in Danish. A lot of the Danish names are also popular in France, particularly Emma, Sarah, Sofie, Mathilde and Clara. Caroline and Julie also sound very French and Olivia is popular all over the world. I would guess the name would be one that the mother likes and also has a connection her family since they named the first child after the prince's father. I think the middle names will probably be family names. Margarete or a variant would definitely be included, as would the name of Princess Marie's mother or a grandmother. My own best guess would be Sofie or Mathilde.
Its highly likely that the names of the Crown Princely children has affected this list.
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Old 02-09-2012, 04:50 PM
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Astrid, Philippa, Eliane, Mathilde, Maude, Pauline, Louise, Tatiana, or Caroline maybe. It really bothers me that I have no idea what they're gonna call her whatsoever, the name will probably come as big a surprise as Prince Henrik's name
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Old 02-14-2012, 05:45 PM
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Astrid, Philippa, Eliane, Mathilde, Maude, Pauline, Louise, Tatiana, or Caroline maybe. It really bothers me that I have no idea what they're gonna call her whatsoever, the name will probably come as big a surprise as Prince Henrik's name
Why Prince Henrik's name was a surprise?
Julie and Josephine would be great for the little one, IMO.
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Old 02-14-2012, 06:43 PM
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why would they name their daughter like her first cousin?
they would rather name her with a name no one has now.
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why would they name their daughter like her first cousin?
they would rather name her with a name no one has now.
Yeah, maybe you're right. But in many royal families cousins share the same name, I don't find it a problem at all. As for me, Josephine sounds very royal and French. Moreover, there are a lot of nicknames from Josephine. All IMO.
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If anything Agathe MIGHT be a middle name because it is one of Marie's middle names...but it definitely WON'T be Josephine, because of Josephine Flemming (daughter of Caroline) AND Princess Josephine (daughter of Mary and Fred)...definitely no Alexandra/Alexandrine derivatives, naming your daughter the same name as your husband's first wife I don't think is Marie's style...doesn't matter whether it is a Danish royal name of not......So they are all the names it will NOT be (Agathe, Josephine, Alexandrine)...I still like slightly unusual choices for them like: Xenia, Marguerite, Thyra, Anneke/Annika, Amelie etc with the same three middle names of: Dagmar Ingrid Francoise ? Maybe?
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If anything Agathe MIGHT be a middle name because it is one of Marie's middle names...but it definitely WON'T be Josephine, because of Josephine Flemming (daughter of Caroline) AND Princess Josephine (daughter of Mary and Fred)...definitely no Alexandra/Alexandrine derivatives, naming your daughter the same name as your husband's first wife I don't think is Marie's style...doesn't matter whether it is a Danish royal name of not......So they are all the names it will NOT be (Agathe, Josephine, Alexandrine)...I still like slightly unusual choices for them like: Xenia, Marguerite, Thyra, Anneke/Annika, Amelie etc with the same three middle names of: Dagmar Ingrid Francoise ? Maybe?
I think so
Maybe Anne-Marie?
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Why Prince Henrik's name was a surprise?
Julie and Josephine would be great for the little one, IMO.
I didn't expect that name, mostly because I find it rather confusing when people have the same names, but also because Henrik isn't particularly popular here in Denmark.
I think both Isabella and Josephine can be ruled out to avoid any confusion.
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I didn't expect that name, mostly because I find it rather confusing when people have the same names, but also because Henrik isn't particularly popular here in Denmark.
I think both Isabella and Josephine can be ruled out to avoid any confusion.
As I understood, you are from Copenhagen, so would please tell us which female names are popular in Denmark now? Maybe we can guess little Princess' name
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As I understood, you are from Copenhagen, so would please tell us which female names are popular in Denmark now? Maybe we can guess little Princess' name
I'll redirect you to this post by bluestocking, I think this is the most recent poll made on the most popular girls names in Denmark right now

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The top 10 names for Denmark in 2011 were Emma, Isabella, Laura, Ida, Clara, Sofie, Mathilde, Freja, Anna and Sofia.

Also in the top 25: Caroline, Lærke, Maja, Josefine, Liva, Alberte, Karla, Victoria, Sarah, Emilie, Mille, Olivia, Alma, Frida, Julie.
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Old 02-16-2012, 02:13 PM
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I'll redirect you to this post by bluestocking, I think this is the most recent poll made on the most popular girls names in Denmark right now
Awww, thank you so much
Emilie sounds very French, but who knows
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Clara is also a nice name^^
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Beatrice, sounds great in both Danish, French and English.
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I very like Beatrice and Olivia.
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Clara is also a nice name^^
Sounds to me more like the name of a dairy cow, than a HRH Princess of Denmark,
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Sounds to me more like the name of a dairy cow, than a HRH Princess of Denmark,
Actually that would be Maren Malkeko = milk-cow.

Clara reminds me of an egg-laying hen. - As in Klara Kluk, for those DK members who read Donald Duck.
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Actually that would be Maren Malkeko = milk-cow.

Clara reminds me of an egg-laying hen. - As in Klara Kluk, for those DK members who read Donald Duck.
There was a Disney character, Clarabelle the Cow

Clarabelle Cow - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
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