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Prince Joachim and his family move back to France

Prince Joachim, Princess Marie and their children, Prince Henrik and Princess Athena, have moved back to Paris. The Danish Royal Court confirmed the move earlier this week. It comes only a few weeks following the last statement that says that the family would move back to Schackenborg Castle. The family travelled back last weekend via Amsterdam to resume everyday life in the French capital. The…
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Denmark's Prince Henrik stars in 11th birthday photos taken by little sister

Denmark’s Prince Henrik is celebrating his 11th birthday today, and to celebrate, his parents, Prince Joachim and Princess Marie, released two new images of their son. The two photos are special this year, as they were taken by Henrik’s younger sister, eight-year-old Princess Athena. Photo: HRH Princess Athena The photographs were taken in Denmark where the family is now…
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New photo of Princess Isabella of Denmark released as she celebrates her 13th birthday

While the main birthday focus is on Her Majesty The Queen today, there is another royal also celebrating. Princess Isabella of Denmark is celebrating her 13th birthday today. To mark the occasion, the Danish Royal House released a new photo of the Princess, taken by her mother, Crown Princess Mary. Photo: Crown Princess Mary Her parents, Crown Prince Frederik and Crown Princess Mary, also…
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Why is Queen Margrethe called 'Daisy'?

Last week, Queen Margrethe of Denmark had to celebrate her birthday in a different way than planned because of the coronavirus pandemic. Many royals from Europe had come together and made a very special video greeting for the Danish Queen. Many people noticed that several…
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Margrethe at 80: Queen of Denmark

Today, we’re looking back at the first ten years of Queen Margrethe’s reign, from 1972 to 1982. Princess Margrethe was born in 1940, the oldest daughter of Frederick IX and Queen Ingrid. At the time of her birth, women could not succeed to the throne of Denmark. However, after three daughters were born to the king, it became clear that he would not have a male heir to succeed him…
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