Here is a gallery from Billed Bladet about the Russian state visit. In this case the entire DRF went to Tivoli with the Russian President.
#1: Apparantly they didn't chase every other visitor in Tivoli out but I wonder how they even managed to see anything! All the gentlemen with the unbottened suits are security.
#2: Princess Benedikte is easy to spot wearing bright red. An adjutant from the navy walks behind her.
#3: Mary and Frederik. Mary is recycling her dress. Even I remember having seen that dress before.
#4: This must be right outside the main entrance.
#5: Joachim and la Marie shaking her earrings.
#6: The Minister of Foreign Affairs, Lene Espersen, with a Russian counterpart I presume. - She has incidentally goofed again!
#7: A wawing Medvedev. I understand that Medvedev is considered more of an "intellectual" type whereas Putin is more "rough", appealing to different segments of the Russian population.
#8: Prince Henrik with the sympathetic looking Russian first lady.
#9: La Marie and her Joachim with the Tivoli Guard playing in the background.
#10: The Prime Minister Lars Løkke with his wife Solrun. She's Faroese.
#11: I wonder who the blooming lady walking next to QMII is.
#12: Entering the gala table at Fredensborg.
#13: Mary has the Prime Minster as her table partner. He is wearing a Greek order I understand.
#14: A delighted Princess Marie is wearing a necklace handed down from the late Queen Ingrid. It consists of diamonds. Lots of them!
#15: Cheers. PH has a peculiar way to wear the Order of the Elephant.
#16: La petite Marie appears to have a great time. So does her table partner, who I am certain is a Russian.
#17: Tanja Doky, Mary's LiW, with her husband.
#18: I have no idea who this couple is. - Has she put her head through a piece of their lawn?!?
#19: Don't know who this couple is either, but judging from the decorations worn by the lady, I guess they are Danish.
#20: The Foreign Minster, Lene Espersen, with husband. - For once not on vacation....
#21: The PM, Lars Løkke, with his Solrun and his Greek order.
#22: Don't know who this lady is. Presumably Danish.
#23: Minister of Industry and Economy, Brian Mikkelsen and wife. Popularly known as Brian Kludremikkelsen (Screw-up), he almost died of a heart failure a few years ago.
#34: A colorful couple, whose identity eludes me.
#35: Another colorful couple. Groovy... Minster for Interior and Health, Bertel Haarder, with wife. A pretty competent minister.
#36: Not sure who this couple is, but at least his wife is blooming.
#37: Minister for Employment, Inger Støjberg, with husband. - One can hope that she at some point gets into contact with Planet Earth.
#38: Minister for Climate end Energy, Lykke Friis, with husband. The combined IQ of the government doubled, when she became a minister.
#39: Lars Barfoed, Minister of Justice and wife.
#40: Minister for Integration, Birthe Rønn Hornbech. If I told you about her you simply wouldn't believe me!
#41: Don't know who this couple is, but judging from his order, they are Danish.
#42: Another unknown couple, both are highly decorated and Danish.
#43: At the airport. Princess Marie looking chic with what resembles a deflated hot water bottle on her head. What a novel and refreshing idea.
#44: Milling out to greet the Russian President at the plane.
#45: QMII and Medvedev and their adjutants. QMII's if from the army, one of the guards regiments. Medvedev's is from the navy.
#46: Presenting arms - and toeing the line. QMII is presumably recieving a report from the detachment commander.
#47: The Russian first lady, Medvedeva, chatting with Prince Henrik.
#48: Inspecting the guard. The formidable looking detachment commander is walking next to QMII, wearing red gala.
#49: An observant Mary in the background.
#50: Don't know what Joachim and his Marie are talking about, but they appear to have a great time.
#51: A somewhat mischivious looking Medvedev.
#52: Back row are still chatting away. What is that object on Marie's head?
#53: Is it paper clippings Mary has adorned her head with?!? Yees, I know, Frederik. Greyish stints in his hair, dashing and all that. Don't faint ladies...
#54: Mary caught in a pensive moment.
#55: A somewhat astounded looking Marie, wearing leather or skin or something. Well, well...
#56: Entering the terminal and out of the wind. No hats flying this time.