Prince Kyle of Horne

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Prince Kyle
Baron of Montmorency

Full name
Kyle Joseph William Bieniak
Κάιλ Ιωσήφ Γουλιέλμος Μπιενιάκος (Greek)
House Horne (official)
Glücksburg (agnatic)
Father Edward Bieniak, Prince of Horne
Mother Barbara Betz
Born 2004
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Religion Roman Catholic

Prince Kyle Bieniak of Horne (born 2004), is the youngest child of Edward Bieniak, Prince of Horne, a claimant to a princely throne formerly belonging to the County of Horne in the Holy Roman Empire.[1]

Prince Kyle is tenth in line of succession to his father Edward Bieniak, the Prince of Horne, after his brother, two sisters, and six nieces. Kyle is a descendant of George I, King of Greece.

Kyle has three siblings: Princess Kara, Princess Corey, and Prince Dylan Jován. Kyle is a child of deaf adults (CODA), with both of his parents being deaf. He is fluent in American Sign Language.

Upon the Prince's 18th birthday, on 4 May 2022, he is entitled to become a working member of the Princely Family.

Titles and styles

Styles of
Prince Kyle of Horne
Reference style His Highness
Spoken style Your Highness
Alternative style Sir
  • 2004–present: His Highness Prince Kyle of Horne

Although not a prince of Greece and Denmark, Kyle is sometimes styled as "of Greece and Denmark". He uses the surname "Bieniak", adopted from his paternal line. His full title and style is: His Highness Prince Kyle Joseph William Bieniak von Glücksburg of Horne, Baron of Montmorency, of Greece and Denmark.[2]


Prince Kyle is primarily of German American, Polish, Scottish, and Dutch descent.


Prince Kyle of Horne
Born: 2004
Lines of succession
Preceded by
Princess Nova of Horne
Succession to the Crown of Horne
10th position
Succeeded by
Princess Sheryl of Horne, Mrs Berrigan