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Sisters Queen Margrethe and Queen Anne-Marie make rare joint appearance at "To Greece with Love" symposium

Her Majesty Queen Margrethe of Denmark and her younger sister, Queen Anne-Marie of Greece made a rare joint appearance together yesterday at the University of Copenhagen for the “To Greece with Love” symposium. The two-day conference, attended by people from as far away as Texas, USA, was organised around the British travel writer and freedom fighter in Greece, Patrick Leigh Fermor.
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Denmark's Princess Elisabeth: "It's not easy to grow old"

Princess Elisabeth of Demark, first cousin of Queen Margrethe, recently gave an interview to Billed Bladet about her life. “It’s not easy to grow old,” said Princess Elisabeth. “For me, the worse is not that the health fails. The worst thing is missed by my dear and…
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Algeria's government surprised Queen Margrethe

Last year, Queen Margrethe of Denmark visited the African nation of Ghana. The official visit, which lasted for several days, had a special start that surprised both the Queen and the entire Danish delegation who were on their way to the former Danish colony. The visit to Ghana had been planned for a long time and a careful schedule was set up. Queen Margrethe of Denmark was accompanied by the…
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Danish royals attend first New Year's reception

Queen Margrethe II of Denmark, alongside Crown Prince Frederik, Crown Princess Mary, Prince Joachim and Princess Marie hosted New Year’s celebrations at their home, Amalienborg on the 1st of January. Queen Margrethe II hosted the party. She was not joined by her husband Prince Henrik, who retired from public duties in 2016 and has since been diagnosed with dementia. The party is intended…
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Princess Marie gives interview to LGBTQ magazine 'Out & About' for World AIDS Day

Yesterday, Danish LGBTQ magazine ‘Out & About’ revealed the cover of their December issue. Princess Marie, as Patron of AIDS-Fondet, gave an interview to the magazine on the occasion of World AIDS Day. About being Patron of AIDS-Fondet, Princess Marie said ‘This is a very important cause. HIV is a virus that has killed millions of people worldwide and still affects many…
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