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Old 09-08-2003, 10:17 PM
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Glittering Royals message board: Clearly a prince in love with his queen!

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Danish Prince: I am surprised at Vietnam’s positive changes

Prince of Denmark, Henri de Monpezat, is on a five-day visit to Vietnam entitled "Denmark meets Vietnam", which began on Sep. 14, at the invitation of Deputy Prime Minister Vu Khoan. The Danish Prince took time to talk with Vietnamese media agencies, including VOVNews reporters.

VOVNews: Could you please tell us your impressions of Vietnam so far?

Prince Henri: I spent many years of my childhood in Vietnam, so Vietnamese culture was a big part of my adolescence. And I also came back to Vietnam again, five years ago. I can see a lot of changes, more activity and development in the whole country. It is a big shock for me because Vietnam has changed so much in just five years.

VOVNews: Can you share one of your deepest memories of Vietnam? What do you like about Hanoi the most?

Prince Henri: There were two periods when I was here. The first, from when I was born to when I was five years old. I remember a lot about those first years in the country. I have memories with my mother, and the one who took care of me when I was a child. They were Chi Hai, Chi Ba and Chi Tu. At that time I think I spoke better Vietnamese than French. And even now, I still understand some Vietnamese.

The second time, when I came back later, from 1950 to 1952, when I was grown up. I remember vividly the time I spent in Hanoi. I finished my studies at the Vietnamese school. Then it was a big French school with around 4,000 Vietnamese students and a few French. I had many Vietnamese friends and have very vivid and kind memories of them because we studied together and had good times together. At that time I spoke better Vietnamese than French. I travelled a lot with my parents, with my family at that time, even though it wasn’t easy in the 1950s. I think Vietnam is very beautiful seen from tourist point of view, especially when we went to the mountainous areas, to Ha Long Bay, to the central city of Hue, Da Nang and Nha Trang.

VOVNews: Now you have returned to Vietnam and you have seen positive changes here. Do you think that Vietnam will attract more Danish tourists?

Prince Henri: Yes, of course, Vietnam is a very beautiful country and well known throughout the world. Vietnam, I think, is one of the most beautiful countries in the world. The second thing is that the Vietnam has a lot of hotels and various activities for tourism. I am sure that country will very soon attract a lot of tourists, with all its upgrade of infrastructure. But it takes time and money. I am here with delegation of Danish people. They work in various fields. Some of them are interested in industry, in marketing and fisheries, and some are interested in tourism. I can see that we have many opportunities and potential to co-operate in many aspects, particularly in tourism. I think Vietnam will find ways to attract more European tourists to the country. That is one of the main purposes of my trip to Vietnam with this delegation.

VOVNews: Denmark was very successful in organizing the 4th ASEM in Copenhagen last year. Vietnam will host the 5th Asia-Europe Meeting next year, could you share your experience and impression of last year’s meeting?

Prince Henri: We talked a bout that with the Deputy Prime Minister on Monday. We are expecting the best for Hanoi next year. The meeting was open to every body and to new ideas of the world, so that there could be open discussion and we could make progress. I remember that all the ASEM delegations were received by the Danish Queen. Everybody and all delegations, including the Vietnamese, were very pleased by the reception.

VOVNews: Do you have any ideas to improve relations between Vietnam and Denmark? Do you intend to come back Vietnam?

Prince Henri: When I return to my own country, I hope that the success of the delegation will be beneficial for our relations. At the same time I hope that we will get to know each other better, particularly Vietnamese and Danish businesspeople. I am confident that the political situation will open up even more in Vietnam, so that it will be easier for European partners to communicate with Vietnamese businesses. I see that the Vietnam situation is very good, proven by the dialogue we are having now.

VOVNews: Thank you very much.
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Prins Henrik: Jeg savner min kone - 25.09.03

Dronning Margrethe og prins Henrik har haft en travl tid. Nu er der så endelig tid til at slappe af sammen på slottet i Caïx.

– Jeg glæder mig til at se min kone igen. Vi har været væk fra hinanden mange dage nu. Først var jeg i Vietnam med en erhversdelegation, og nu sejler jeg her i Cannes. Så det bliver dejligt at se hende igen. Vi glæder os begge til at have en uges tid sammen.
Selv om prins Henrik fylder 70 næste år, er han stadig i fuld vigør. Han har netop været gennem en lang, varm og udmattende tur til Vietnam, hvor han stod i spidsen for et dansk erhvervsfremstød.

Læs mere og se de mange dejlige billeder af prins Hnerik som sejler i BILLED-BLADET
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Old 09-28-2003, 01:44 AM
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Quote:
Alexandria . Posted: Sep 8th, 2003 - 10:17 pm
Clearly a prince in love with his queen!
Gee, I don't know. There looks to be some reservation here.
OT ... whatever was that 'hissing fit' about, that Prince Henrik had last year?


also OT ... I don't think the years have been very kind to the Queen. Is this because of her smoking?
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Copyright Imagine Scandinavia/Berggren 10000, Köpenhamn, Danmark. Queen Margrethe of Denmark opening a large exhibition on the Danish Royal familys "kitchen coppery collection" at the Christiansborg Palace in Copenhagen. The collection has a weight of 2000 kilos, and contains of 800 coppery items. This is the first official arrangement for the Queen after her son Crown Prince Frederik became engaged two days ago.
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Polfoto 10-10-2003 Dronning Margrethe var fredag i Århus for at åbne Moesgård Museums nye store satsning, udstillingen "Illerup Ådal - fjendes ansigt". Dronningen brugte en time på at se udstillingen sammen med museumsinspektør Jørgen Ilkjær.
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when was this?
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Originally posted by Josefine@Sep 1st, 2003 - 9:17 am
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Fell down the stairs
What's this about a young healthy queen falling flat on her face on some stairs? Anymore information about what might have caused such an unlikely event.

Of course I'm not suggesting Prince Henrik might have tripped his wife, no way. :
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Josefine  Posted: Oct 26th, 2003 - 1:57 pm

she put her foot wrong at one of the steps...
You mean she is Queen Margrethe II ?
and where did this happen ?
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That fall looks like it hurt! Maybe the Queen's heels were too high and too much for her?
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www.corbis.com - DANISH ROYAL COUPLE ON STATE VISIT TO ENGLAND

Original caption: Queen Margrethe & Queen Elizabeth II followed by their respective husbands.
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I see that Prince Henrik has taken a page from his wife in colour boldness.

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www.corbis.com - QUEEN MARGRETHE AND PRINCE HENRIK IN LE LOT
Not every man would cloth himself in a green jacket and yellow pants !!!! Looks pretty darn good.

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www.corbis.com - Original caption: Prince Henrik and Queen Margrethe of Denmark with Queen Sylvia of Sweden walking beside the Trosa canal.
Nor in a burgundy (wine red for you ladies :) ) jacket.
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Her Majesty always looks comfortable in her own skin, no matter what she's wearing. Such an impressive trait!
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Flags

The Queen's flag is the Royal Flag. Since 1731 it has had the royal coat-of-arms in the middle field, the central square ("spunsen" in Danish).

The Royal Coat-of-Arms: At the top: The Crown. In the shield is seen the Cross of Dannebrog, the Lions and Hearts of Denmark, the Two Lions of Southern Jutland, the Three Crowns, the Ram of the Faeroe Islands, the Bear of Greenland and the Oldenburg Bars. The Shield is held by two savages in a pavilion. The pavilion is surrounded by the chains of the Order of the Elephant and the Order of Dannebrog.


Decorations

The Grand Cross of the Order of Saint Martin, Argentina.
The Grand Cross of the Order of Leopold, Belgium.
The Grand Cross of the Order of the Southern Cross, Brazil.

The Most Noble Order of the Garter, Britain.
The Grand Cross of the Order of Victoria, Britain.

The Order of Stara Platina with Sash, Bulgaria.
The Grand Cross of the Order of Merit, Chile.
The Grand Cross with Chain of the Order of Terra Mariana, Estonia.
The First Class of the Order of Al Kamal, the United Arabia Republic.
The Chain of the Order of the Nile, Egypt.
The Grand Cross with Chain of the Order of the White Rose, Finland.
The Grand Cross of the Order of the Legion of Honour, France.

The Grand Cross of the Order of the Saviour, Greece.
The First Class of the Order of Saint Olga and Saint Sophia, Greece.

The Second Class of the Order of Haft Paykar, Iran.
The Grand Cross with Chain of the Order of the Falcon, Iceland.
The Grand Cross with Chain of the Order of Merit of the Republic of Italy.
The First Class of the Order of the Precious Crown, Japan.
The Order of the Chrysanthemum with Chain, Japan.
The Order of Al-Hussein bin Ali, Jordan
The Order of the Yugoslav Grand Star.
The Grand Cross with Chain of the Order of The Three Stars, Latvia.
The Grand Cross of the Order of Vytautas the Great, Lithuania.
The Order of The Golden Lion of the House of Nassau, Luxembourg.
The Grand Cross with Chain of the Order of Quissam Alaouite, Morocco.
The Grand Cross of the Order of The Lion of the Netherlands.
The First Class of the Order of Pratap Bhasker, Nepal.
The Grand Cross with Chain of the Order of Saint Olav of Norway.

The Order of The White Eagle of Poland.
The Grand Decoration of the Order of Merit of the People's Republic of Poland.

The Grand Cross with Chain of the Order of Infante Dom Henriques, Portugal.
The Grand Cross with Chain of the Order of Saint Elago, Portugal.

The Grand Cross with Sash of the Order of the Romanian Star.
The First Class of the Order of Abdul Aziz of Saudi Arabia.

The Order of the Golden Fleece, Spain.
The Grand Cross with Chain of the Order of Carl III of Spain.

The Chain of the Order of the Seraphim, Sweden.
The Grand Cross with Chain of the Order of Good Hope, South Africa.
The First Class with Chain of the Order of Maha Chakrkri, Thailand.
The Grand Cross First Class of the Order of Merit of the Federal Republik of Germany.


Patronages

The Royal Danish Society of the Sciences.
The Danish Bible Society.
The Royal Orphanage.
Crown Prince Frederik's Foundation (founded 1865).
Det Classenske Fideicommis (The Classen Trust).
The Preparedness Association.
The Asylum Society of Queen Louise.
The Multiple Sclerosis Society.
The Cancer Society.
The Danish Lung Association, The National Society for the Prevention of Pulmonary Diseases.
Det Kongelige Danske Landhusholdningsselskab.
The Patriotic Society of the Diocese of Funen.
Det Danske Hedeselskab
The Society for the Promotion of Breeding of Noble Horses (the Danish Jockey Club)
The Danish Animal Welfare Society.
Selskabet for Naturlærens Udbredelse. (The Society for the Promotion of Natural Science).
The Royal Danish Geographic Society.
The Danish Institute of Technology.
The Danish Society for Domestic Crafts.
Danes World Wide - Dansk Samvirke.
The Society of Martial Science.
The Union of Danish Associations of Ex-Servicemen.
The Royal Danish Guards' Associations.
The National Olympic Committee and Sports Confederation of Denmark.
The Danish Gymnastics and Sports Associations.
The Volunteer Boys' and Girls' Associations (FDF/FPF).
The Royal Danish Yacht Club.
The Society of 1888 for the Support of the Surviving Relatives of Knights of the Order of Dannebrog.
The Rescue Medal Society.
The Hans Christian Andersen Ballet Award.
The Danish Immigrant Museum, Iowa, USA.
The Queen's Association of The Princess of Wales' Royal Regiment.
The Danish Shooting Organisation.
The Danish UNICEF Committee.


Honorary

Honorary Doctor (Doctor of Law (honoris causa)), at Cambridge University 1975.
Honorary Doctor at the University of London 1980.
Honorary Doctor at the University of Iceland 1986, awarded La Medalje de la Chancellerie des Universités de Paris 1987.
Honorary Member of Kungliga Vitterhets Historie och Antikvitets Akademien 1988.
Invited Member of Foreningen til Skiidrettens Fremme (The Association for the Promotion of Ski Sports) Oslo.
Honorary Doctor at Oxford University 1992.
Honorary Doctor (doctor honoris causa) at the University of Edinburgh, 2000.
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DRAWINGS AND GRAPHICS

1970: The Annual Christmas Seal.
1983: The Greenland Christmas Seal.
1984: The Annual Christmas Spoon.
1985: The special issue stamp "5 May 1945 to 1985".
1986: Lithography for the Danish Pleasure Sailing Safety Board.
1988: Lithography for the Danish Red Cross.
1988: Seal for the LEV (National Association for the Welfare of the Mentally Handicapped).
1992: Postcard for the Danish Seamen's Churches in Foreign Ports.
1994: Playing cards for the Danish Refugee Aid.
1994: Lithography for Save the Children Denmark.
1996: Card for UNICEF.
1997: Christmas Heart for Save the Children Denmark.


SACRED TEXTILES

1976: Fredensborg Castle Church (chasuble).
1985: Kronborg Castle Church (chasuble).
1985: Ammassalik Church (chasuble).
1987-88: Haderslev Cathedral (chasubles and antependia).
1993-95: Aarhus Cathedral (chasubles).

1986: The Diocese of Elsinore (episcopal vestments).
1989: The Diocese of Viborg (episcopal vestments).
1999: The Diocese of Aarhus (episcopal vestments).
2000: The Diocese of Haderslev (episcopal vestments).

1999: Frederiksborg Castle Church (bridal tapestry).


ILLUSTRATIONS

1977: J.R.R. Tolkien's "Lord of the Rings".
1979: "The Tales of Regnar Lodbrog".
1982: "Bjarkemaal".
1990: Poul Orum's "Comedy at Florence".
2000: The Danish Bible Society, National and Family Bible in Danish, Faeroese and Greenlandish (vignettes).
2000: HRH Prince Henrik's "Cantabile" (decoupages).


TRANSLATIONS

1981: Simone de Beauvoir's "All mankind are mortal" (with HRH the Prince), using the pseudonym HM Vejerbjerg.
1988-89: Stig Stromholm's "The Valley", "The Fields" and "The Forest".
1991: Eric Linklater's "The Wind on the Moon".


ILLUSTRATIONS/ DESIGN/ STAGE SETTINGS

Calendar for:
1978-84: Selskabet til Haandarbejdets Fremme (The Arts and Crafts Society).
1990. The Multiple Sclerosis Society.
1991: FDB (The Danish Consumers' Co-operative).
1993: DanChurch Aid.
2000: The Queen Margrethe and Prince Henrik Foundation ("The Snow Queen", decoupages).

1987: Design of costumes for the TV theatre performance of "The Shepherdess and the Chimneysweep".
1991: Stage settings and costumes for the ballet "Et Folkesagn" (A Legend).
1999-2000: Decoupages for a TV film on "The Snow Queen" by Hans Christian Andersen.


EXHIBITIONS:

1988: The Art Museum of Koge. Collection of sketches (sketches and complete works).
1988: The Glass Museum at Ebeltoft. (sketches and complete works).
1989: Millesgaarden in Stockholm. (sketches and complete works).
1991: Blaafarvevaerket, Norway. (sketches and complete works).
1991: Baron Bolten's Gaard, Copenhagen. (sketches and complete works).
1993: Gl. Holtegaard (paintings, watercolours, sacred textiles).
1994: Château de Bourglinster, Luxembourg. (paintings and sacred textiles).
1998: Aarhus Art Building (paintings and sacred textiles).
1998: Marienlyst Castle. (paintings and sacred textiles).
1998: The Danish Central Library of Southern Schleswig. Flensburg. (paintings and sacred textiles).
1998: The National Museum in Reykjavik. (sacred textiles).
1999: Gallery J.M.S. in Oslo. (paintings and lithographies).
2000: Amalienborg Museum. Copenhagen.(various creative works).
2000: The Hans Christian Andersen House, Odense (decoupages, costumes for "The Snow Queen").
2000: The National Art Museum of Romania. Bucharest. (decoupages, costumes and sketches for "The Snow Queen").
2000: The Museum of Religious Art at Lemvig. (vignettes for the new national and family Bible in Danish, Faeroese and Greenlandish).
2001: The Art Museum Listasavn Foeroya at Thorshavn, Faeroe Islands. (vignettes for the new national and family Bible in Danish, Faeroese and Greenlandish.
2001: The Cultural Centre Katuaq, at Nuuk, Greenland. (vignettes for the new national and family Bible in Danish, Faeroese and Greenlandish/. (Planned to take place in May).
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Polfoto 03-11-2003 I 1942 udgjorde dronningen, som lille prinsesse, motivet i en dyster tid, og i 1970 debuterede dronningen - dengang tronfølger - som julemærkekunstner med engle i fuld aktivitet under temaet 'Juleforberedelser i Himmelborgen'. Og i 1983 stod dronningen for årets grønlandske julemærke - der iøvrigt også har 100 års jubilæum. Temaet for årets julemærker er "Hjerternes fest".
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Imagien scandinavia -- Queen Margrethe of Denmarks Archeological Funds medal being delivered tonight at the National Museum in Copenhagen, Denmark tonight by the Queen.
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Lovely photos! It's so interesting to see the patterns and cut of Her Majesty's outfits. They have an old time elgance to them (if done correctly) or a jarring effect! (if done not so well).
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QM is really fashionable. She pairs her clothes with the correct ones.
Still glowing in her 60's.
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Polfoto 19-11-2003 19-11-2003 København , Livgardens kaserne , Rosenborg Dronning Margrethe uddelte i dag Årets Garder ur til Garder : Mads Nedergaard Pedersen fra Ølgod ved Horsens. Uret gives til en garder, der har vist sig at være noget specielt både socialt og fagligt. Foto : POLFOTO / Jens Dige
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