Frederik de Laborde de Monpezat2

Count Frederik at the wedding of his second cousin, Princess Victoria of Sweden, on 19 June 2010.

Frederik (Frederik André Henrik Christian) de Laborde de Monpezat is a Danish Count and the current governor of Iceland.

He was born on 26 May 1968 in Aarhus, Denmark, the oldest son of Count Henri de Laborde de Monpezat and Countess Margrethe, née Princess Margaret of Denmark and Norway. Through his mother, he is #46 in line to the Swedish throne (he is not in line to the Danish and Norwegian thrones, though, as only male-line descendants of Christian IX of Denmark and Norway are in line to the thrones, not female-line descendants).

In 2002, his first cousin once removed, King Ingolf I of Denmark and Norway, appointed him governor of Iceland, which belongs to the Danish crown.

Count Frederik married on 14 May 2005 in Reykjavik, Iceland to Australian-born Mary Elizabeth Donaldson (born 1972), a daughter of Scotland-born Professor John Dalgliesh Donaldson and his first wife, Scotland-born Henrietta "Etta" Clark Donaldson, née Horne (1942-1997), having the following issue:

Count Christian (born 2005)

Countess Isabella (born 2007)

Count Vincent (born twin 2011)

Countess Josephine (born twin 2011)

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