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Denmark's Prince Henrik Says He Won't Be Buried With His Wife

Denmark's Prince Henrik has repeatedly said that he is upset about the fact that he was never made King Consort, and that frustration has grown. He believes that he has been discriminated against.

Denmark's Prince Henrik has announced that he does not plan to be buried with his wife, Queen Margrethe II, because he is upset about the fact that he was never made King Consort.

The pair have been married

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