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principessa 11-10-2008 06:42 AM

Possible names and godparents for Joachim & Marie's baby
 
My suggestions are:

Princess Louise Margrethe Françoise Ingrid
Prince André Christian Frederik Henri

suPeRgiRL! 11-10-2008 06:51 AM

Wow, principessa! You're very creative.. I love the names..

biboquinhas 11-10-2008 09:18 AM

I'am sure it will be a very normal and commum name, a name that both of them like! Not any Christian or Margethere there I think!

magnik 11-10-2008 11:54 AM

Ingrid Margrethe Francoise Mary
Louise
Catherine
Alexandra (why not:biggrin:)

Miachael Joachim Henri Alain
Knut
Valdemar
Alexander

kyansaunt20 11-10-2008 12:05 PM

Maybe for a girl
Mary Kathrina Marie Caryn
Maybe for a boy
Theodor Fredrick Joachim Aron

Marengo 11-10-2008 12:13 PM

I hope they will pick a very Danish name like Dagmar for a girl or Axel for a boy.

Lumutqueen 11-10-2008 01:33 PM

I think they'll go for a modern names. Not an old fashioned one. Maybe something french.

Amélie Marie Margrethe
or
André Joachim Henrik
x

catango 11-10-2008 01:46 PM

Girl

Agathe
Dagmar

or

Charlote francoise ingrid Margarethe

Boy

Haakon
Charles
Edwin

or

Sebastian Alain Benjamin Henry.

Lilla 11-10-2008 01:52 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Marengo (Post 850696)
I hope they will pick a very Danish name like Dagmar for a girl or Axel for a boy.

Yes Dagmar is such a beautiful and very Danish name for a girl. Others could be: Hedvig, Tyra, Maren, Astrid and Agens.

For boys I like: Valdemar, Gorm, Svend, Jens and Erik.....and some I don't like: Børge, Åge, Jørgen and Ib.

MissSaga 11-10-2008 01:54 PM

For a girl:
Louise Marie Francoise
or
Laura Marie Francoise

For a boy:
André
or
Alexandre

magnik 11-10-2008 01:54 PM

Erik
Alain
Adam
Axel
Gustav
Kennet
Konrad


Odilia
Mathilda
Astrid
Agnes
Brigitte
Christine
Inge or Ingeborg

Royal Fan 11-10-2008 01:55 PM

Mugnus Henrik Holgar Ludwig or Alexandrine Marie Ingrid Antionette sp

sgl 11-10-2008 02:37 PM

I love the name Astrid for a girl. Perhaps they will go with Henri in honor of Joachim's father? I am anxious to see what they choose.

christinacg 11-10-2008 02:40 PM

I've been wanting a little girl named Thyra in the DRF, so I'll say Thyra Alexandrine Margarethe Marie. I like Amelie too.
For a boy, I like Theodor.

agnessa 11-10-2008 04:47 PM

I really love Danish traditional and old names although I think that J&M will choose some modern name.

Girl: Agneta,
Dagmar,
Kristine,
Thyra

Boy: Axel,
Niels,
Anders,
Hans.

For second name for girl there may be Marie's mother name and for boy Joachim's grandfather name. But I think that in girl name somewhere there is Ingrid or Margrethe and for boy name there is Henrik somewhere :smile:

acdc1 11-10-2008 04:49 PM

Girl:
Astrid Thyra Margrethe Françoise
Margrethe Françoise Dagmar Ingrid
Ingrid Renée Françoise Margrethe
Renée Sophie Margrethe Françoise

Or perhaps named after Marie's beloved grandmother, who I'm not sure of the name.

Boy:
André Henrik Joachim Alain
Henri Andreas Christian Edvard

I don't know. I could see them going with something French, so maybe taking from Prince Henrik's family and Marie's. I just am so excited!!! It was time for another baby watch.

Her_Majesty 11-10-2008 05:02 PM

For a girl:

Sophie Marie
Amélie Margrethe
Odile Frederika
Françoise


For a boy:


Alain Joachim
Henri Gabriel
Magnus

Lilla 11-10-2008 05:05 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by magnik (Post 850751)
Mathilda
Astrid
Agnes
Brigitte
Christine
Inge or Ingeborg

Mathilda would be perfect for a baby princess of Frederik and Mary. (Mary being Australian)

Inge and Ingeborg are beautiful Danish names as well.
Another poster mentioned Agathe. I love that name. It is a very commen name in Greenland to. Naming a baby Princess Agathe would be a wonderful way to salute our brothers and sisters living in these remote and magnificient areas of the Danish kingdom

JessRulz 11-10-2008 05:09 PM

Agathe is also one of Marie's middle names - very fitting perhaps?

Personally, I love Amélie :wub: I doubt they would name their baby directly after the Queen or Prince Henrik, as a middle name I can see Margrethe and Henrik/Henri being in there, but as a first name, I doubt it

Saturn 11-10-2008 05:10 PM

For a girl: Chantal

For a boy: Henri

sgl 11-10-2008 05:13 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by JessRulz (Post 850895)
Agathe is also one of Marie's middle names - very fitting perhaps?

Personally, I love Amélie :wub: I doubt they would name their baby directly after the Queen or Prince Henrik, as a middle name I can see Margrethe and Henrik/Henri being in there, but as a first name, I doubt it

I love Agathe! I forgot that it was one of Marie's middle names. So beautiful. I also love the name Henri, but I remembered that it is one of Prince Christian's middle names, so perhaps they won't choose it. It would be nice if the baby's full name was both French and Danish. It would be a wonderful tribute to Joachim and Marie, as well as the grandparents.

Lilla 11-10-2008 05:17 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by sgl (Post 850899)
I forgot that it was one of Marie's middle names.

I did as well :flowers:

crm2317 11-10-2008 05:20 PM

Boy: Prince Soren Alexandre Henri Alaine:wub:

Girl: Princess Amelie Agathe Margrethe Francoise

chaimae 11-10-2008 05:22 PM

for a Girl : Marguerite ingrid or Beatrix Margurite !
i choose beatrix because the nam of his brother is felix !
for a boy : henrik Alexander .

Royal Fan 11-10-2008 07:38 PM

Gustaf Alain Carl Henrik or Josette Marie Ingrid Astrid

Xeara 11-10-2008 07:38 PM

I think it will be more French than Danish, the name that is...because of Prince Henrik and Princess Marie's French-ness...and lots of French family names in there too...

For a boy, they will use:
Alain (Marie's father)
Henri (Prince Henrik's birth name)
Andre (another of Henrik's given names)
Possible combos:
Maximillian Vilhelm Henri Alain


For a girl they will use:
Francoise (Marie's mother's name)
Renee (Henrik's mother's name)
Possible combos:
Marguerite Dagmar Renee Francoise

I like Prince Maximillian Vilhelm Henri Alain and Princess Marguerite Dagmar Renee Francoise...they are a good mix of French and Danish royal names...I think whatever they choose I will like because I was just waiting for them to have a baby :)

Alex_of_Spain 11-10-2008 09:20 PM

Princess Ingrid Francoise Renee

I'm not sure about boy names..

Leslie2006 11-10-2008 10:03 PM

I'm not surprised Marie is pregnant so soon after the wedding. Congrats to them! :smile:

Girl: Alexandrine Françoise Margrethe Ingrid
Boy: Carl Alain Henri Christian

Alexandrine: One of Queen Margrethe's names
Françoise: Marie's mother's name
Margrethe: for the Queen
Ingrid: Margrethe's mother's name

Carl: One of Frederick IX's names
Alain: Marie's father's name
Henri: Joachim's father's given name
Christian: One of Joachim's and Frederick's names; traditional with Danish princes.

Royal Fan 11-10-2008 10:20 PM

Frederik Alain Joachim Knud

Sven Alain Joachim Henrik or Sarah Marie Grace Victoria

wymanda 11-11-2008 05:38 AM

Andre Knud Axel Marius or Constantine Frederick Gustav Marcus

Dagmar Louise Thyra Ingeborg or Anne-Marie Benedikte Frederika Marie

princessistanbul 11-11-2008 06:07 AM

Margrethe
Ingrid
Astrid
Thyra
Françoise
Renee

Henri
Frederik
Carl
Gustav

Tilda1234 11-11-2008 11:23 AM

A girl will go with the names "Josephine Francoise Margarethe Ingrid". The first name goes with both languages, French and Danish. The other names to honour the grandmothers, great-gran..

Another guess is Clara Francoise Margarethe Ingrid.

IMO they won't use Dagmar, Ingeborg, Inge, Thyra etc...because they sound old-fashioned (see this Link with popular baby names: https://www.dst.dk/Statistik/Navne/NamesPop.aspx) and there is not such a strong family relation to use them although they are so frumpy.

But anyway, i think it is going to be a boy, because a lot of men who fathered boys in the beginning continued to do so. At least I know a lot of families with a lot of boys trying to get a girl and it never happend.

Boys names a more difficult, as Joachim already has two boys, so 8 names are already used.

My guess: Lucas André Erik Carl or Lucas André Christoffer Carl
Lucas/Lukas/Luca because it is very "in" at the moment in France, frenchspeaking Switzerland and Denmark.

Erik because it's a traditional royal name in denmark. But Christoffer would be also traditional.

Maybe they use Alain to honour Marie's father, but i think they won't.

acdc1 11-11-2008 12:01 PM

I could actually see them going with Lucas. It doesn't sound like a particularly "royal" name, and neither do Nikolai and Felix. However, if naming the older boys was Alexandra's doing, perhaps J&M will pick a more traditional name, like Karl/Carl.

And I think that we can rule out Alexandra/Alexandrine for a girl. I know Alexandrine is a family name, but I think it would be really strange to have your daughter named after or close to your ex-wife.

queenofcelts 11-11-2008 12:17 PM

For a girl: Dagmar Francoise Renee Margrethe
For a boy:Frederik Christian Henri Alain

PrincessElena 11-11-2008 01:27 PM

I would love to see a Princess Victoria of Denmark. I say Victoria Marie Margrethe Francoise... :wub:

Pier Gerlofs Donia 11-11-2008 01:35 PM

For a girl: Joanna (Joachim = Joanna)

For a boy: Pier (after Pier Gerlofs Donia, greatest king of all Frisians :D)

iakynthi 11-12-2008 05:34 PM

I'm gonna be creative.Here you are:
-Jean Marie Christine Josephine
-Alexander Pier Antoine Phillip

Princess Luna 11-12-2008 06:12 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by PrincessElena (Post 851450)
I would love to see a Princess Victoria of Denmark. I say Victoria Marie Margrethe Francoise... :wub:

Thats a really beautiful name:smile:

sgl 11-12-2008 06:21 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by PrincessElena (Post 851450)
I would love to see a Princess Victoria of Denmark. I say Victoria Marie Margrethe Francoise... :wub:

This is a very beautiful name. I hadn't thought of Victoria, but I like the sound of Princess Victoria of Denmark. :flowers:

Mylius zu Schleiz 11-13-2008 06:49 PM

I can see there are a lot of French names involved. Not that I don't have anything against French names I just can't see them using one for a first name. Maybe as a middlename, where their parents names are involved.

I saw a couple of you mention Frederik on a first name bassis that wouldn't happen. There's only one Frederik at the time and that's the Crown Prince. Frederik can be one of the last names, think it's Nicolai who's got Frederik as his last name.

Possible names.

Girl
First name could be:
Amalie
Frederikke
Mathilde
Julie
Sofie

The other names.
Margrethe
Franqoise
Renee
Ingrid
Thyra
Dagmar


Boy
First name:
Mikkel
Oliver
Jacob
Daniel
Victor
Christoffer
Sebastian

Middle names:
Henri
André
Valdemar
Holger
Frederik
Christian
Alain

Turkish Delight 11-14-2008 03:07 PM

For girl:
Victoria Marie Margarethe

For boy:
Daniel Frederik Alain

Royal Fan 11-14-2008 07:05 PM

Olav Alexandre Erik Ludwig

BurberryBrit 11-16-2008 08:01 PM

For sure there will be a french name in the mix :D

For the first name, I vote for
-Marie-Francoise
-Marie-Victoire
-Marie-Josephine
-Victoire

For the middle name, some iteration of
-Ingrid
-Margrethe
-Dagmar

I haven't thought about boys' names yet. . .

lise 11-16-2008 09:44 PM

Boy: Lucas or Axel

Girl: Amalie, Charlotte, Josephine, Astrid, Sofie or Victoria

Royal Fan 11-17-2008 01:14 AM

Axel-Lucas Robert Knud

Anna Z. 11-17-2008 11:36 AM

Cecilie Karina Margrethe Marie
Agathe Kristina Françoise Marie

marymaxima 11-17-2008 11:53 AM

if a baby will be a girl:

Françoise Ingrid Margrethe Marie

ANNIE_S 11-17-2008 12:52 PM

I don´t know a lot of Danish names, but Astrid and Agathe sounds perfects for me!!
For a boy, Henri:flowers:

crm2317 11-17-2008 12:56 PM

I think for a girl:

Princess Amelie-Ingrid Margrethe Marie.

Amelia-Ingrid seems to flow quite well to my ears

magnik 11-17-2008 01:05 PM

Henrietta or Henriette or Heinrike (after grandpa)
Marita
Caroline
Julia
Victoria or Julia Victoria
Patricia
Anna
Edith
Emilie

marymaxima 11-18-2008 10:15 AM

today I think:

Anja Margrethe Ingrid Marie

cdm 11-18-2008 10:32 AM

I searched the danish family tree and found these names
For a boy: Flemming or Oscar
For a girl: Caroline or Astrid

princess gertrude 11-18-2008 12:50 PM

Boy: Arthur Joachim Henrik
Girl: Dagmar Francoise Charlotte

ladybelline 11-18-2008 02:17 PM

Girl:
-Agathe
- Victoria
- Ingrid
- Astrid

Boy:
-Axel
- Viggo
-Henrik
- Carl

hilal 11-18-2008 03:13 PM

Girl: Ingrid Renée
Marie Astrid
Margrethe Thyra
Boy: Henri Christian
Henri Alain
Frederik André

QUEENECE29 11-18-2008 06:33 PM

Henri
Alain
Frederik
Axel
Gustav

Margrethe
Astrid
Victoria

Royal Fan 11-18-2008 06:45 PM

Victoria Astrid Ingrid Elisabeth

Queen Amina 11-18-2008 07:11 PM

Boy: Gustav, Alexander

Girl: Marie Dagmar, Katharine

sarah112 11-19-2008 05:42 AM

Girl:Aimee Louise Marie Ingrid
Boy:Gabriel Louis Henri Frederik

Michaella 12-26-2008 05:55 AM

Prince :Frederik Henrik Françoise Christian
Princess : Ingrid Margrethe Alain Benediket

Mandy 12-26-2008 03:42 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Michaella (Post 871948)
Prince :Frederik Henrik Françoise Christian
Princess : Ingrid Margrethe Alain Benediket

Hey Michaella, Françoise is a girl's name so I think perhaps François would be a better choice for a little prince. :smile:

Royal Fan 12-29-2008 10:57 PM

and Alain is a boys name how do you pronounce Benedikte

Michaella 12-29-2008 11:47 PM

i'm sorry . i made a mistake.

eireann 12-30-2008 05:58 AM

I think they will choose something that is recognisable in both languages, so something like Charlotte, Caroline or Louise for a girl...don't know for a boy though.

SarahMaria 01-02-2009 05:10 AM

Noah Christian Henri Allain

Amelia Louise Margrethe Francois

Those are my best bids.
Other first names that could be the name:

Boys:
Marius
Marcus
Malthe
Lucas
Mikkel
Magnus
Oskar (Joachims best friend, so I doubt it.)
Gabriel
Andreas
Jacob
Oliver
Emil
Sebastian
William
Tobias
Rasmus
Kasper
Benjamin (Is one of her brothers Benjamin?)
Daniel
Elias
Christoffer
Carl (I can just picture her, with her French accant, saying Carl. :-D)
Bertram
Laurits
Adam

Girls:
Sophie
Laura
Mathilde
Caroline
Louise
Freja
Sarah. :-D:-D:-D
Amalie
Filucca
Clara
Alberte
Frederikke
Fillipa
Lærke
Frida
Alma
Thea
Olivia
Emma
Mille
Hannah

I think they will have 3-5 children.

Amelia
Noah
Laura
Marius
Oliver

:-D

Empress Merel 01-02-2009 01:24 PM

Names they will probably never choose but names I like for a princess:
-Silke
-Solvej
-Anna
-Isabelle or Isabella
-Eva
-Alizee

Mahato 01-02-2009 01:29 PM

Girl: Louise Marguerite Françoise Marie
Boy: André Alain Henri Frederik

Marchesina 01-02-2009 03:36 PM

Agathe is really a beautiful name, but I think probably it would be only a middle name if the baby will be a girl, because is also one of her mother's name.So, my choise for a girl is:
Kirsten(I red somewhere it's a very popular name in Denmark),Agathe,Hanne,Marie(also afte her mother)or Mary(after her aunt).
For a boy:Erik,André,Christian,François
Personally I think it will be a baby girl!:wub:

MissSaga 01-02-2009 04:04 PM

MOST popular names in France in 2007:
1. Emma
2. Lea
3. Manon
4. Clara
5. Chloe
6. Ines
7. Camille
8. Sarah
9. Oceane
10. Jade
11. Marie
12. Lola
13. Anais
14. Eva
15. Lucie
16. Lilou
17. Julie
18. Lena
19. Romane
20. Lisa
1. Enzo
2. Mathis
3. Lucas
4. Hugo
5. Matheo
6. Nathan
7. Theo
8. Noah
9. Matteo
10. Thomas
11. Louis
12. Maxime
13. Romain
14. Tom
15. Leo
16. Yanis
17. Alexis
18. Baptiste
19. Antoine
20. Raphael

Most popular names in Denmark in 2007:
(girl, boy, girl, boy, girl, boy etc...)

I'm sorry for the presentation but I couldn't do it any other way :S Sorry ..

1 Mathilde
1 Mikkel
2 Emma
2 Lucas
3 Laura
3 Mathias
4 Freja
4 Noah3
5 Sofie
5 William
6 Anna
6 Oliver
7 Caroline
7 Mads
8 Ida
8 Magnus
9 Sarah
9 Christian3
10 Maja
10 Emil
11 Lærke
11 Frederik
12 Emilie
12 Sebastian
13 Clara
13 Victor
14 Julie
14 Marcus
15 Victoria
15 Tobias
16 Isabella
16 Gustav
17 Amalie
17 Rasmus
18 Josefine
18 Oscar
19 Cecilie
19 Jonas
20 Marie
20 Alexander

jcbcode99 01-02-2009 04:09 PM

I also like the name Agathe for a girl--it's very classic. Fred and Mary's daughter's name is "Isabella Henrietta Ingrid Margrethe " so those are probably safely out of the running.
Joachim's aunts are Princess Benedikte Astrid Ingeborg, Queen Anne-Marie Dagmar Ingrid of Greece.
Prince Henrik's mother's name was Renee and no one has choosen her name for a daughter yet.
So, I'm thinking this set of names in no particular order:
Agathe (bride's side of the family)
Ingrid (because all the females seem to have that in their name somewhere)
Benedikte or Astrid
and something the couple chooses themselves, I personally like Mathilde.

For a boy:
Joachim's children names:
Nicoli William Alexander Frederik
Felix Henrik Valdemar Christian

Frederik's son:
Christian Valdemar Henri John

So, if we don't allow for overlap, I think that these names are in the running:
Alain (bride's father)
Joachim (his name hasn't come up anywhere yet)
Gustaf (from his grandfather)
Georg (from his grandfather)

magnik 01-02-2009 04:12 PM

Girl
Agatha like A. Christie
Amelia variant of Amalia
Anastasia
Augusta
Claudia
Camille or Camilla
Carolina
Charlotte Louise

Boy
Caspian
Emanuel
Emil
Flemming
Kasper
Kristopher or Kristoffer
Olav
Vilhelm

MissSaga 01-02-2009 04:13 PM

So France and Denmark have Lucas, Sarah, Clara, Emma in common :)

For a girl;
Sophie
Louise
Emma
Clara
Sarah
Laura
+ the middlenames that I think will be: Marie Magrethe Francoise

For a boy:
Lucas
Alexandre
Victor
+ the middlenames that I think will be: Joachim Alain

SarahMaria 01-03-2009 05:18 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Marchesina (Post 874550)
Agathe is really a beautiful name, but I think probably it would be only a middle name if the baby will be a girl, because is also one of her mother's name.So, my choise for a girl is:
Kirsten(I red somewhere it's a very popular name in Denmark),Agathe,Hanne,Marie(also afte her mother)or Mary(after her aunt).
For a boy:Erik,André,Christian,François
Personally I think it will be a baby girl!:wub:

Kirsten is not popular now, it was popular 40-50 years ago. :-D

Marchesina 01-03-2009 12:10 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by SarahMaria (Post 874801)
Kirsten is not popular now, it was popular 40-50 years ago. :-D

I'm Italian and I read it in an Italian site about baby names in the world, so I'm sorry for my mistake.

SarahMaria 01-03-2009 12:35 PM

It's okay. The article probably ment the number of women with the name in Denmark. Jens, for example, is not on the top 50 list now, but it is the most common name for men in Denmark. :-D

Sister Morphine 01-03-2009 06:18 PM

If it's a girl:

Amalie Charlotte Ingrid Dagmar

If it's a boy:

Alexander Henri Christian Charles

lilytornado 01-03-2009 08:58 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by eireann (Post 873212)
I think they will choose something that is recognisable in both languages, so something like Charlotte, Caroline or Louise for a girl...don't know for a boy though.

I agree... Helene, Amalie, Josephine or Sofie would also be nice... also Désirée (French but also royal connection)
I can't think of anything for a boy right now either.

Rossina 01-04-2009 03:29 AM

Emma Laura Clara louise
Alexandre Frederik

Aurora810 02-02-2009 04:39 PM

I didn't realize that neither of Joachim's sons carry his name. I think it is a safe bet then that this child if a boy may get Joachim as one of it's names. I kind of think the name will be different. Not necessarily royal sounding. Just like in Holland with Ariane. It works as a princess name but it's not a long standing traditional royal name. I also don't think it's going to favor the Danish side. I think there is more likely to be compromise between the two sides.

carlota 02-02-2009 05:33 PM

i think it will be something traditionally danish for the first name. the second names will definitely take the form of their close family: margrethe, ingrid, francoise, alain...

RoyalProtocol 02-02-2009 05:54 PM

A boy: Alexander Henrik Charles Frederik

A girl: Louise Margrethe Marie Victoria

queenofcelts 02-03-2009 12:45 PM

Something that sounds nice in Danish as well as in French

Royal Fan 02-04-2009 04:46 PM

Joanna Marie Eleonor Grace or Joseph Axel Wilhem Raymond

lyndaW 02-07-2009 11:02 AM

I have always loved the name Jacqueline (and what is so nice it can be spelled several different way). I wonder who will be named as Godparents ??

Leslie2006 02-07-2009 12:32 PM

I completey forgot about this, but remember the Danes have a tradition of not announcing the baby's name until the christening, which is usually 3 months later. So we'll have to wait a while after the baby's born before we find out the name!

LonnieF 02-11-2009 12:12 PM

I Tried to reply to this the other day but turned out my account had not got the ok to reply so I hope it has been sorted now.

I think if it is a girl the name Desire' is highly likely it has been used a lot in the Danish royal family over the years but is French of origin. I do not think names like Louise Leonora or Christine are likely to be used due to associations with x royals (one in particular I am thinking about was called Leonora Christina)
I also think that whilst obviousluy Alexandra would have had a say in what style of names she and Joachim did agree together so I think we can say that Joachim appears to like names that are fairly modern yet traditional so I cant help but wonder if Christopher or Magnus can come in for a boy .

I belive middle names will include Joachims paternal grandmothers name (renee') and then names from Marie's side for a girl with boys I think it wil be the two grand fathers and then a very traditional Danish royal name for the last one like Valdemar (I cant recall what Nikolai and Felix are called for their middle names) or Hans

Kotroman 02-12-2009 06:08 PM

I hope they'll decide to name the baby Désirée, if girl, after the baby's ancestress Désirée Clary, queen consort of Sweden and Norway. Princess Isabella was named after an ancestress... though her namesake was actually Queen of Denmark :ermm:

principessa 02-12-2009 06:45 PM

What about Maria for a girl? Then in the DRF there are all forms of Maria. Marie, her mother, Mary her aunt and little princess Maria.

Kotroman 02-13-2009 02:36 PM

I think that would be too much Marys in one family :smile: It would create unnecessary confusion between The Crown Princess, Princess Marie and Princess Marie's daughter. AND the Danish Royal Family still wouldn't have all the forms of the name Maria (they would lack Marija, for example ;) ). It would've been possible if Marie was known as Princess Joachim, but since she isn't, I'll doubt that a possible daughter would be named Maria.

lyndaW 02-14-2009 11:50 AM

When do they usually announce the God Parents ?
Is Joachim close with the other Royals .. W-A, Haakon,Felipe,etc ?

jinigirl 02-14-2009 11:55 AM

I have a feeling that this time Prince Nikolaos could be one of the godfathers, or is he godfather of Nikolai?
I guess also that CP Mary and one of the Maries brothers and Britt or Oscar Siesby would be among the godparents

JessRulz 02-14-2009 05:44 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by lyndaW (Post 893378)
When do they usually announce the God Parents ?
Is Joachim close with the other Royals .. W-A, Haakon,Felipe,etc ?

Godparents are usually annouced the day of the christening.

lyndaW 02-15-2009 12:11 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by JessRulz (Post 893519)
Godparents are usually annouced the day of the christening.


Thanks, I didn't realize that was when they announced who the Godparents were.

Leslie2006 02-15-2009 03:38 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by LonnieF (Post 891768)
(I cant recall what Nikolai and Felix are called for their middle names) or Hans

Nikolai William Alexander Frederick
Felix Henrik Waldemar Christian

Lumutqueen 03-06-2009 12:09 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by principessa (Post 850512)
Prince André Christian Frederik Henri

Isn't that Frederiks name in reverse?

nulle30 03-06-2009 02:35 PM

For a girl: Sophia Marie Margrethe Ingrid
For a boy: Waldemar Holger Joachim Christian

Nanna
Kronprinsesse Mary

betina 04-18-2009 10:21 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by LonnieF (Post 891768)
I Tried to reply to this the other day but turned out my account had not got the ok to reply so I hope it has been sorted now.

I think if it is a girl the name Desire' is highly likely it has been used a lot in the Danish royal family over the years but is French of origin. I do not think names like Louise Leonora or Christine are likely to be used due to associations with x royals (one in particular I am thinking about was called Leonora Christina)
I also think that whilst obviousluy Alexandra would have had a say in what style of names she and Joachim did agree together so I think we can say that Joachim appears to like names that are fairly modern yet traditional so I cant help but wonder if Christopher or Magnus can come in for a boy .

I belive middle names will include Joachims paternal grandmothers name (renee') and then names from Marie's side for a girl with boys I think it wil be the two grand fathers and then a very traditional Danish royal name for the last one like Valdemar (I cant recall what Nikolai and Felix are called for their middle names) or Hans


Desiree is more in the Swedish royal family or have i missed something.
I like the name Christopher too but pls not Hans. Its soooo oldfashioned

MissSaga 04-21-2009 07:54 AM

Most of you agree that if the baby is a girl she should be named a variant of Amalia/Amalie/Amélie. What's more, Victoria, Louise, Sophie, Ingrid and Dagmar are close runner-ups. You are also fairly keen on names like Tyra, Emma, Laura, Caroline and a variant of Mathilde/Mathilda.

It will be very interesting to see what they will go with. If you look at Nikolai and Felix's names, you see that Joachim have chosen royal names for the middle-names, but very common, modern and even quite special names for the first name, and I think we can expect that here as well.

I think Ingrid and Emma arn't very realistic because there are already kids in the Norwegian royal family that are named this. Also, Tyra and Dagmar also seem quite old-fashioned and royal, so I don't think they will go with those either, only for, perhaps, middlenames.

queenofcelts 04-22-2009 12:10 PM

A question - we will ahve to wait till cristening to know the name of the baby?

Lumutqueen 04-22-2009 12:14 PM

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Originally Posted by queenofcelts (Post 924781)
A question - we will ahve to wait till cristening to know the name of the baby?

Indeed, as is Danish Tradition.
It's about 3 months after the birth.
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