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September 29, 2007



Maybe the son of the Duke of Schleswig-Holstein-Sonderburg-Glücksburg would do a better job than the most likely candidate.


The highest one I've known is number 83. A spirited, intelligent, attractive lass who never mentioned that she was royal. Then I came to know her boyfriend of the time: he insisted on telling us all, though. (If I've told you this yarn before...well, it bears repeating.)

Dom Cyrill Edmund von Flotow

That's me at 1195. Someday you will all bow before me.


Does this list take account of the Jacobite/Stuart line? Isn't the current real king a Duke from Bavaria? (I've been reading too much 44 Scotland St for my own good.)

Mick H

Sorry Mike, don't know (and to be honest don't really care).

Francis Sedgemore

Germans? You're referring to the House of Slesvig-Holsten-Sønderborg-Lyksborg, aka the Danish royal family. Personally, I think that the chain-smoking Queen Margrethe and her clinically-depressed French consort Henri (Henrik) would be better than Brenda and the Windsor rabble. Just as dysfunctional, but considerably more likeable.

Actually, I think Denmark should invade the United Kingdom and introduce Danish-style liberal democracy to these islands.


Tuborg and Tulip bacon...Mmmmmmmm (oh yeah, and copenhagens for dessert!)

James B

I think you'll find the heir to the British throne, Prince Charles, is a Schleswig-Holstein-Sonderburg-Glücksburg, through his father, Prince Philip. Hence, it would take only one accident, or a matter of a couple of years.

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