Denmark

ICYMI: Princess Marie meets with workers with autism at Nordea

On Monday, Princess Marie visited the Automation office space at Nordea in Copenhagen as Patron of the Danish National Association for Autism. Nordea hired seven people with autism through Specialisterne, a company working to find jobs for people with autism through “social entrepreneurship, corporate sector engagement and a global change in mindset.” Princess Marie was able to meet…
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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 Gala Dinner at Amalienborg Palace. This reception is held for members of the government, the country’s top officials…
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Princess Marie helps the Danish Food Bank deliver food for students

On Tuesday, Princess Marie visited Gildbroskolen in Ishoj with the Danish Food Bank. Gildbroskolen has a breakfast club where students can eat breakfast before the start of classes. There are 24 breakfast clubs in total which receive food from the Food Bank. Princess Marie visited the Food Bank earlier this year, and she asked to be able to join the Food Bank on a food delivery to one of the clubs…
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Denmark

Princess Marie attends Stop Wasting Food dinner

On November 13th, Princess Marie attended the Stop Wasting Food Dinner in Copenhagen. The International Stop Wasting Food Dinner was hosted by Selina Juul and the Ambassador of the Netherlands to Denmark Henk Swarttouw to support the fight against food waste. In addition to…
Denmark

Prince Joachim and Princess Marie commemorate the end of the World War One in France

This weekend, Prince Joachim and Princess Marie were in Braine, France to commemorate the 100th anniversary of the end of World War One. During World War One, Denmark was neutral, but 35000 Danish soldiers at the border between Denmark and Germany fought for the German army. Indeed, Southern Jutland was part of the German Empire at the time. Southern Jutland was reunited with Denmark in 1920. The…
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