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  1. Monpezat es una población y comuna francesa, en la región de Aquitania, departamento de Pirineos Atlánticos, en el distrito de Pau y cantón de Lembeye . Demografía [ editar] Referencias [ editar] ↑ Worldpostalcodes.org, código postal n.º 64350. ↑ INSEE, Datos de población para el año 2012 de Monpezat (en francés). Enlaces externos [ editar]

  2. The House of Monpezat (French pronunciation: [mɔ̃.pə.za]) is a French old bourgeois family from the Province of Béarn associated with the Danish Royal Family by marriage after 1967, when Henri de Laborde de Monpezat wed Princess Margrethe of Denmark, then the heir presumptive of the ruling House of Glücksburg, and as of 1972 is the Queen of Denmark.

  3. en.wikipedia.org › wiki › MonpezatMonpezat - Wikipedia

    Monpezat ( French pronunciation: [mɔ̃pəza]; Occitan: Montpesat) is a commune in the Pyrénées-Atlantiques department in south-western France. [3] The Labésiau brook crosses the commune, on its way to the river Gabas . See also [ edit] French wine Communes of the Pyrénées-Atlantiques department Montpezat House of Laborde de Monpezat

  4. La Casa de Monpezat es una familia de la alta burguesía francesa que fue elevada al rango de nobleza en 1665 por Luis XIV de Francia y más tarde al de casa real a través del matrimonio de su jefe, Enrique de Laborde de Monpezat y la reina Margarita II de Dinamarca en 1967. Actualmente los diez primeros puestos en la línea sucesoria al trono danés ...

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    Origins as a French title

    The Laborde de Monpezat family style themselves as "comte de Laborde de Monpezat" (in English Count of Laborde of Monpezat) since somewhere late in the nineteenth century. The right to the use of that comital title is disputed; The Encyclopédie de la fausse noblesse et de la noblesse d'apparence (English: Encyclopedia of False and Apparent Nobility) states that Prince Henrik's ancestor, Jean Laborde, received royal letters patent of ennoblement in 1655, conditional on his reception as a noble...

    Danish title

    In 2008, the title "Count of Monpezat" (greve af Monpezat), was conferred by the Queen on her and Prince Henrik's two sons, this as a genuine Danish substantive title and being hereditary in the male line. According to historian Jon Bloch Skipper, the title granted in 2008 was unrelated to the original French noble title, but was a reference to Prince Henrik and his French lineage. On 28 September 2022, the Royal Household announced that from 1 January 2023, the children of Prince Joachim wil...

    Should any of the Princes who are styled Count of Monpezat marry without consent of the Danish monarch, they will lose their dynastic rights but remain Count of Monpezat.

  5. El príncipe Joaquín de Dinamarca, conde de Monpezat (en danés, Joachim Holger Waldemar Christian, Prins til Danmark, greve af Monpezat; Copenhague, 7 de junio de 1969 ), es un miembro de la familia real Danesa, es también el segundo varón y hijo menor de la reina Margarita II de Dinamarca y de su marido, el príncipe consorte Enrique ,ex-conde de …