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Old 09-17-2006, 06:09 PM
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Press release from http://www.kongehuset.dk

Her Majesty the Queen
Amalienborg, 17. September 2006

Her Majesty the Queen has today been admitted to the National Hospital, where the Queen underwent a smaller hernia-operation. The surgery was performed by Chief Physician and Clinic Manager at the National Hospital, Professor, Dr. med. Preben Kirkegaard.

The surgery went according to plan and the Queen is expected to be released within 24 hours. After a few days of rest, the Queen is expexted to take up her daily duties in full.

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Old 09-18-2006, 10:12 AM
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Queen Margrethe leaves the hospital after being operated of hernia
The monarch will now rest both next days in the palace of Fredensborg soon to resume his daily activity, informed the Royal House.

COPENHAGEN. - Queen Margarita II of Denmark was registered today of the Hospital of the Kingdom of of last night unexpected the Danish capital after being entered being operated of one hernia.
The monarch will now rest both next days in the palace of Fredensborg soon to resume his daily activity, informed the Real House.
According to its spokesman, Lily M. Frederiksen, the queen is “very well” after the intervention, with “the good humor” and has walked a little.

http://www.lasegunda.com/ediciononli...noticia=301243
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Old 09-19-2006, 11:27 AM
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The Reigning Couple boards the royal yacht “Dannebrog” at 12.00 and host a luncheon aboard the yacht at 13.00. At 15.00, the Reigning Couple disembarks the Dannebrog, thus marking the conclusion of this year’s summer cruise.
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TV2 reports that HM The Queen, in spite of her hernia surgery on Sunday, did participate in this event and has thus not let the minor surgery hold her back!

/Lasse Pedersen

Source: http://kongelig.tv2.dk/article.php?id=4910695
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Old 09-19-2006, 04:02 PM
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TV2 reports that HM The Queen, in spite of her hernia surgery on Sunday, did participate in this event and has thus not let the minor surgery hold her back!

/Lasse Pedersen

Source: http://kongelig.tv2.dk/article.php?id=4910695
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Old 09-19-2006, 08:04 PM
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Old 09-20-2006, 12:42 PM
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now back to topic. the queen is an amazing women and she looks wonderful did she really just have surgery, what strenght and fortitude. yet she's got this girly/feminine side when she's with henri thats so charming to see, that twinkle in the eye (like they share a funny secret) joy to see. thanks for the photos.
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Old 09-24-2006, 08:38 AM
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Oh my God. What a freak !!!

Is this hideous monster replacing the little Mermaid ??

I can't believe they pay people for making aliens like this AND get recognition for it.

This artist should be ashamed of herself and consider a mental checkup.
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Old 09-24-2006, 09:18 AM
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Oh my God. What a freak !!!

Is this hideous monster replacing the little Mermaid ??

I can't believe they pay people for making aliens like this AND get recognition for it.

This artist should be ashamed of herself and consider a mental checkup.
The artist is professor Bjørn Nørgaard and I don't think he needs a mental chckup He was also the artist behind the tapestries given to QMII for her 50th (I think it was) birthday.
Besides, many of the arts of work we consider masterpieces today were scorned by their contemporary society; art must evolve and provoke - not just reflect a status quo IMO. So nothing to be ashamed of I think.

But don't worry - it's not a replacement - it's the Little Mermaid's 'genemodified sister' (see link in Danish: http://www.realdania.dk/Presse/Press...+15-09-06.aspx) - and is just one out of several sculptures (amongst others 'the pregnant male') at a newly established space at Langelinie.
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Old 09-25-2006, 04:48 PM
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The artist is professor Bjørn Nørgaard and I don't think he needs a mental chckup He was also the artist behind the tapestries given to QMII for her 50th (I think it was) birthday.
Besides, many of the arts of work we consider masterpieces today were scorned by their contemporary society; art must evolve and provoke - not just reflect a status quo IMO. So nothing to be ashamed of I think.

But don't worry - it's not a replacement - it's the Little Mermaid's 'genemodified sister' (see link in Danish: http://www.realdania.dk/Presse/Press...+15-09-06.aspx) - and is just one out of several sculptures (amongst others 'the pregnant male') at a newly established space at Langelinie.
I have to say I really dislike any kind of art that uses distorted sexuality as a means to create attention for it. If you look at the picture above and also when you mention he's made a pregnant male I know what I need to know. This ''artist'' I would gladly sign a piece of paper to have him committed to a mental institution.

If this is on display on Langelinie you realise that a lot of tourists will be guided past this sculptural freak show and God only knows what they will think about Denmark and the Danes. If I'm not mistaken this piece of crap, sorry art , is far bigger than the petite little Mermaid herself.

I know the Emperor's new clothes when I see them !!

off the record - so nice to see you here again userdane
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Old 09-25-2006, 04:55 PM
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Thanks Daneborn - and likewise

I hope to go to Copenhagen the coming weekend and take a walk at Langelinie - I'm really curious about this park. I think Bjørn Nørgaard can be brilliant - I just always have this picture in my head - from my childhood - from when he first rose to fame - by putting the remains of a slaughtered horse on glasses and the head on a stake!
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Old 10-12-2006, 03:03 PM
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Thank you for the pics Madeleien, Dont know if I like this mermaid, it looks a little scary, but I guess it is art. I do know I find Henrik by far the most charismatic and interesting member of the DRF, frogs on the tie as well

Here he is with his wife earlier this week


I belive Margrethes pearls are part of the crown jewells which are stored at Rosenborg. Really an impressive castle.
Yes Larzen,the jewelry is part of the Crown Jewels,on exhibit at Rosenborg Slot:
http://www.rosenborgslot.dk/asp/gens...19&countryID=2
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Copenhagen, DENMARK: French born Prince Consort Henrik of Denmark (L) appears as French translator Alain Gnaedig was awarded the literature prize of the Francophone ambassadors in Denmark in the French Embassy in Copenhagen 16 October 2006. The annual prize of around 1500 euro, institituted in 2001, was given to Gnaedig for his 2005 translation of Karen Blixen's - alias Isak Dinesen - biography 'Out of Africa ' for Gallimard.

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She looks pretty.Thank you all for the pictures and news.
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Old 10-18-2006, 07:03 AM
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HRH The Prince Consort takes part in the laying of the foundation stone of the new elephant house of the Copenhagen Zoo at 11.00.



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Hey! I'm back after almost a month visiting my family...not that anyone noticed! I thought I'd been deleted but it seems I'm still "alive" but being pestered to make a comment, so here it is:

I think the Queen looks striking in this colour. (Not a very flattering photograph for the Prince, though, no? Eaten one dachsy too many...?)
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Old 10-23-2006, 06:12 PM
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Well, dear members, I am so grateful to all of you who have brought out this lovely information, pictures, translations and all about a truly spendid royal couple and family. Queen Margrethe is wonderful, as usual. You Danes are such lucky people.
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Any pictures from tonights gala at Christianborg Palace attented by the Queen, Prince Henrik, Crownprince Frederik, Crownprincess Mary, Prince Joachim, Princess Benedikte and Princess Alexandra...?

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Any pictures from tonights gala at Christianborg Palace attented by the Queen, Prince Henrik, Crownprince Frederik, Crownprincess Mary, Prince Joachim, Princess Benedikte and Princess Alexandra...?
You can find the pictures & news on it at the Danish Royal Family - Current Events part 3 thread
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Czech President Vaclav Klaus and his wife Livia present flowers to Queen Margrethe at Fredensborg Palace 09 November 2006. Klaus is in Denmark for a two-day official visit.
Photo credit should read KELD NAVNTOFT/AFP/Getty Images
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Czech President Vaclav Klaus and his wife Livia present flowers to Queen Margrethe at Fredensborg Palace 09 November 2006. Klaus is in Denmark for a two-day official visit.
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