In the book 'the Court - a royal princess', which has just been published, describes the prince Gustav, who is the son of princess Benedikte and prince Richard, the German-settled family in the mid-70s was on a list of families, as the venstreekstremistiske, the German terrorist group Rote Armee Fraktion would like to kidnap.
- I can remember that I suddenly had to be out in the schoolyard any more, and my father said that we should not talk with anyone, we are not well-known. One day there had been a woman over by the school, which had looked great on me, and so had the police been summoned, tell the prince Gustav in the book.
however, It turned out that the woman was not left-wing terrorist, but just a lady who read too many magazines and would like to see how a prince was, when he was in school.
At one point the family was so afraid that they chose, that the children in the a period had to stay with their grandmother queen Ingrid in Denmark. Here they lived and received private lessons at Amalienborg.
- After a period of time, we moved home again. From then on we were always driven to school and along different routes, says prince Gustav, who today owns and operates the Berleburg Castle.