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Danish artist will erect a four-meter-high bust of the Queen Margrethe

A Danish sculptor-artist, Jim Lyngvild, is planning to erect a four-meter-high bust of the Queen Margrethe. He will also make the bust in a smaller format which will be available to buy Designer and artist Jim Lyngvild is known as a devoted Danish royalist. He has created so much art dedicated to the royal family. Next year he will gather much of this art in one single exhibition, and the…
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Queen Margrethe surrounded by Crown Prince Family to celebrate her 79th birthday

On 16 April, Queen Margrethe celebrated her 79th birthday at Marselisborg Palace in Aarhus. The Queen always makes a balcony appearance with the Royal Family to celebrate her birthday with the Danish people each year. She usually marks the occasion at Amalienborg Palace in Copenhagen, but when Easter Sunday falls on the same week as her birthday, she celebrates at Marselisborg Palace as this is…
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Danish Crown Princess is new Patron of Copenhagen Zoo

Crown Princess Mary has been announced as the successor to the late Prince Henrik as the Royal Patron of Copenhagen Zoo. Prince Henrik had been the patron of the zoo since 1972 until his passing in 2018, but there have been connections between the Danish Royal Family and the…
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Crown Princess Mary visits Aarhus for a day of events

On Wednesday, Crown Princess Mary spent the day in Aarhus to attend several events as patron of European Volunteer Capital Aarhus 2018 and patron of the 2019 Cultural Year between Denmark and South Korea. She first visited Frivillighuset Trøjborg where associations and clubs can hold meetings for free and use the rooms for their activities. The aim of the municipality of Trøjborg is to…
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Danish Royal Family attends New Year's Receptions

As they do every year, the Danish Royal Family attended several New Year’s receptions in the first week of January. On January 1st, Queen Margrethe, Crown Prince Frederik, Crown Princess Mary, Prince Joachim, and Princess Marie attended the traditional New Year’s…
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How many days did the Scandinavian and Spanish royal families work in 2018?

At the end of each year, we can study and comment on the work of the British Royal Family. The UFO No More team decided to look at the work of the Scandinavian royal families which is something that is not always done. Before going into the numbers, a little disclaimer. These numbers represent the days worked by each member of the royal families based on their official calendar. Of course, there…
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