November 3Who now gets Alexandra's million? Root of the apanage
The Minister of Finance has decided to award Countess Alexandra a million more than she expects to be paid. There is over a million dollars waiting for Countess Alexandra - if she wants it.
This is stated in the Finance Bill for 2020, published by Finance Minister Nicolai Wammen a month ago.
Here Nicolai Wammen has donated just over NOK 2.6 million in annuity - apanage - to Alexandra. That's the equivalent of a full year's benefit.
On the surface, Martin Jørgensen, 41, resembled a mother-in-law's dream. But behind the facade was a deep secret: He was fooling Countess Alexandra for a fortune.
But Countess Alexandra, two years ago, already denied the possibility of raising apanage - valid from July 22, 2020, when Prince Felix turns 18.
Countess Alexandra, 55, is undergoing a true transformation. In a year, she will lose her apanage and start a new life. But the plan is clear.- "The Countess's decision from that time still applies"
, says an employee of the royal house's communications department.
Nicolai Wammen, 48, complained that there was a lack of money in the box when he took over the post of finance minister, but he was extremely large towards the countess as he grimaced figures on the size of her apanage into the Finance Bill.
Since Felix turns legal in late July, Alexandra will, at her own discretion, "only" have annual benefits for almost seven months in 2020 - that is, DKK 1.5 million.
Alexandra with the most important boys of her life - 17-year-old Felix and 20-year-old Nikolai. 55-year-old Alex has previously tried to sharply reduce her purchasing power. When she married Martin Jørgensen in 2007, she formally resigned as a member of the royal house and thus became taxable on her income. At the same time, she lost the right to be reimbursed for the VAT on her purchases.
Wait - why would a minister gift her with more money than she has a right to expect? Why is Alexandra even given a choice about accepting this largesse? She's not a family member, really, so there's no need for positive PR upon refusal .. if she decides to refuse it.
I'm not only confused, I'm thinking it's all shady somewhere. Can a Danish poster explain this ??