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Princess Marie to visit Uganda as Patron of DanChurchAid

Princess Marie will undertake a humanitarian trip in Uganda from 26 February to 1 March as Patron of DanChurchAid. Princess Marie will be joined by DanChurchAid’s Secretary-General Birgitte Qvist-Sørensen and the organisation’s local staff during the trip where they’ll visit a number of projects focused on development and climate efforts in the country. Princess Marie has been…
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Crown Prince Frederik undergoes shoulder surgery

Crown Prince Frederik has undergone a minor shoulder operation today after sustaining an injury skiing in Switzerland last week. The successful outpatient procedure took place in Copenhagen at the Rigshospitalet. The Crown Prince hurt his left shoulder while skiing in…
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A royal sister act in Denmark for a sparkling new museum

Queen Margrethe II was, once again, accompanied by her younger sister, Princess Benedikte, for a major engagement in Copenhagen. The princess joined Margrethe at the official opening of a new permanent feature at the Amalienborg Palace which will showcase glittering items made by one of the most famous jewellers in the world. The Faberge Room is home to over 100 exhibits including a sapphire…
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Who is Crown Princess Mary of Denmark?

Birth and Childhood Mary Elizabeth Donaldson was born on 5 February 1972 in Hobart, Tasmania, Australia. She was the youngest child of Donald and Henrietta Donaldson. She has two older sisters, Jane and Patricia, and an older brother, John. Mary’s mother died in…
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ICYMI: New photos released to mark Princess Athena of Denmark's birthday

Princess Athena of Denmark celebrated her eighth birthday on 24 January, and to mark the day, the Royal Danish House, released three photos, taken by Athena’s mother, Princess Marie. One of the three photos features Athena with her family dog, Cerise. © HRH Princess Marie The Royal House did not reveal if the pictures were taken in Denmark or in Paris, France, where the family…
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The Danish Crown Prince Couple's “secret” house criticised by politicians

Earlier this year, the Danish Crown Prince family moved to Switzerland for 12 weeks, with the couple’s four children going to the Lemania-Verbier International School to give them the opportunity for a shared experience in an international environment. What has attracted the most attention is that Crown Prince Frederik revealed that they would be staying in their own villa during their…
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