His Highness Prince Felix of Denmark, Count of Monpezat and grandchild of Queen Margrethe, has been admitted to one of the country’s prestigious military education camps. According to Danish magazine Billed Bladet, Prince Felix will begin the Army’s two-year sergeant training in the military camp in Varde when the Prince has finished high school this summer and has received his exam results. The military sergeant training in Varde is a well-respected and tough education and there are strict admission requirements, both in terms of physical and mental strength.
The prince has decided that after his exams he will follow in the footsteps of his father, Prince Joachim, and begin his sergeant training. Prince Joachim has a very solid military education and is currently ranked as brigadier general. At the moment he works as the defence attaché for Denmark at their embassy in Paris. Prince Felix is currently a student at Gammel Hellerup Gymnasium until the summer. The Danish prince will turn 19 in July and is scheduled to begin his military education in August.
This is the same military training that his older brother, Prince Nikolai, dropped out of after only two months in the camp. It was officially confirmed by the Danish Royal House’s Head of Communications, in October 2018 that Prince Nikolai of Denmark has given up of his two-year military training at the Royal Danish Army’s Sergeant School. Prince Nikolai left the military at his own wishes and had the full support of his parents, Prince Joachim of Denmark and Countess Alexandra of Frederiksborg.
According to a statement issued by Countess Alexandra’s Private Secretary, Prince Nikolai left his military education, not because of the people there or training itself, but because he felt that it was not right for him to have a career in the military. His mother’s Private Secretary also said that the Prince would continue to pursue his modelling career. The following year, in 2019, the prince also began studying for a bachelor’s degree at Copenhagen Business School. There he studies Business Administration and Service Management.
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