CATFIGHT RIPS DANISH ROYAL FAMILY APART!
Globe|January 25, 2021
SOMETHING’S definitely rotten in Denmark, where a bitter feud between royal wives is tearing the ruling family apart!

Insiders say Danish Crown Prince Frederik’s 48-year old Australian wife, Mary, detests her French-born sister-in-law, Marie, 44, who is wed to Frederik’s kid brother, Joachim. Word is Mary helped banish Marie and Joachim to Paris to get her sophisticated rival out of her hair.

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