Tidbits from article in Billed Bladet #17, 2014.
Written by Ken Richter.
In fact Ken Richter has covered the majority of the royal articles this week and as said before Ken Richters reports what he observes, no more, no less.
PH arrived shortly before noon at Marselisborg, he had been to fitness.
At 11.15 Joachim and our Marie arrived with bette Henrik, Nikolai and Felix. Athena stayed home with her nanny, she will ill, the poor thing.
At 11.35 the CP couple arrived with their substancial family and a nanny. Holding in her hand a couple of presents. (*)
After the changing of the guards at noon, the Regent Couple emerged and stayed alone on the terrace for quite a long while. People were beginning to be impatient, but finally the rest of the family milled out. The youngst in front taking the best seats on the benches. Wawing away.
In contrast to what happens at Amalienborg, the family remained on the terrace/patio/balcony whatever for a full fifteen minutes, so no encores.
It was a very short celebration. Joachim and co left after three hours and shortly after that M&F left.
Our reporter noticed the cool overview Christian had and also that Joachim measured the height of Nikolai. He is now reaching to the nose of dad.
Attention is fine, but it can be a little too much, or so Josephine apparently thought. She wanted mother to carry her and from the comfort there she continued to wave.
After a while the Regent Couple again emerged to wave at the last diehard royal watchers - and reporters who were still in the otherwise empty park.
For the first time Bella's birthday fell as the family went on Easter vacation in Trend. Usually Christian's birtday fall in week #42, which is the Autumn Holiday for the schools, and that's also when the family depart for Trend. So her birthday was celebrated deep in the woods this year.
(*) Which looks to me like a couple of CD's. It's no secret that QMII is not exactly tech-minded and an iPod may not be her thing, but a CD I guess is something she can figure out.
I love work, it absolutely fascinates me. I can sit for hours looking at people working.