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mgrant 09-28-2004 09:27 AM

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These are a few photos of the Danish Family attending the wedding of Count Bendt Tido Hanibal Wedell to Pernille Rosalia Korsbak Poulsen, courtesey of Colourpress :) The photographer took quite a few pictures of Crown Princess Mary. It's easy to see why, she looks fantastic!

The wedding took place September 11, 2004 at the Husby Church. In the first picture Count Wedell arrives for his wedding and in the second photo the bride arrives with her father. The third photo gives you a closer look at Pernille's tiara...........

Princess Alexandra, Prince Joachim, Queen Margrethe and Prince Henrik arrive at the wedding site.

Pictures of some the guests. The young ladies in the second photo are friends of the bride.

Husby Church, the wedding site and Priest Erik Fonsboel, who I suspect was the officiant of the wedding.

Of course, here are photos of the newlyweds:)

paulette 09-29-2004 01:51 AM

nice pics.

DKgirls 10-04-2004 05:38 PM

They all looked great in those pictures!!! We have them all in really good quality from magazines, they're so great!

bigheadshirmp 10-14-2004 04:03 PM

Pressemøde vedrørende Regentparrets statsbesøg i Japan

AMALIENBORG, den 8. oktober 2004

Der indkaldes til pressemøde vedrørende Regentparrets statsbesøg i Japan fra 15. - 19. november 2004.

Tirsdag den 2. november 2004, kl. 10.00 - 11.30
i Det Gule Palæ, Amaliegade 18, 1256 København K

Ved mødet vil der blive givet en orientering om statsbesøget.

Ove Ullerup



can anyone translate that? i guess it's about state visit to Japan?!!

DKgirls 10-14-2004 05:30 PM

Here's the translation:

Press-meeting regarding the Royal couple's statevisit to Japan
Amalienborg, 8th of October 2004

There will be a press-meeting regarding the Royal couple's statevisit to Japan 15th-19th of November 2004.

Tuesday the 2nd of November 2004, at 10:00-11:30 AM
The Yellow Palace, Amaliegade 18, 1256 Copenhagen K

At the meeting there will be an orientation about the statevisit.

Ove Ullerup

hrhcp 10-21-2004 01:08 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by DKgirls
Here's the translation:

Press-meeting [on] 8th of October 2004 .... regarding the Royal couple's statevisit to Japan 15th-19th of November 2004.

At the meeting there will be an orientation about the statevisit.

I read there is intense desire from Danish companies to accompany the Royal Couple to Japan, and hope for opened doors.

Glad to hear that the Danes have finally caught on the "Team Canada" junket concept practiced a few years ago when Jean Chretien was Prime Minister. ;)

Dennism 10-28-2004 08:18 PM

Copenhagen Post


A famous meat and sausage producer in Denmark has made a recent proposal to introduce a new range of sausages based on a Royal Family theme. Currently, the company is surveying consumers to see which sausage will be launched first and to gauge reaction from the public to the somewhat controversial product line. The consumer questionnaire asks people to choose the sausage they would most like to purchase from between:

The Alex pølse - 'spicy chicken sausage with Eastern herbs, travels well, keeps well'

The Frederik pølse - 'low fat, lean, perfectly proportioned and no messing around'

The Mary pølse - 'elegant and expectant'

The Margrethe pølse - 'heavily-smoked and heavily-dressed' :)


The Henrik pølse - 'garlic sausage' (which did not even make the third choice of most customers)

The Joakim pølse - 'flambéed in brandy and cured in the early hours of the morning on the spare bed on the outdoor porch of the Royal Palace':)

Early predictions are that two of the sausages will be dropped. No prizes for guessing which ones.

MoonlightRhapsody 10-31-2004 12:06 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Dennism
Copenhagen Post


A famous meat and sausage producer in Denmark has made a recent proposal to introduce a new range of sausages based on a Royal Family theme. Currently, the company is surveying consumers to see which sausage will be launched first and to gauge reaction from the public to the somewhat controversial product line. The consumer questionnaire asks people to choose the sausage they would most like to purchase from between:

The Alex pølse - 'spicy chicken sausage with Eastern herbs, travels well, keeps well'

The Frederik pølse - 'low fat, lean, perfectly proportioned and no messing around'

The Mary pølse - 'elegant and expectant'

The Margrethe pølse - 'heavily-smoked and heavily-dressed' :)


The Henrik pølse - 'garlic sausage' (which did not even make the third choice of most customers)

The Joakim pølse - 'flambéed in brandy and cured in the early hours of the morning on the spare bed on the outdoor porch of the Royal Palace':)

Early predictions are that two of the sausages will be dropped. No prizes for guessing which ones.

WOW, that is hilarious!! I can't wait to see which sausage wins! ;)

MarieLouise 11-01-2004 08:56 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Dennism
Copenhagen Post


A famous meat and sausage producer in Denmark has made a recent proposal to introduce a new range of sausages based on a Royal Family theme. Currently, the company is surveying consumers to see which sausage will be launched first and to gauge reaction from the public to the somewhat controversial product line. The consumer questionnaire asks people to choose the sausage they would most like to purchase from between:

The Alex pølse - 'spicy chicken sausage with Eastern herbs, travels well, keeps well'

The Frederik pølse - 'low fat, lean, perfectly proportioned and no messing around'

The Mary pølse - 'elegant and expectant'

The Margrethe pølse - 'heavily-smoked and heavily-dressed' :)


The Henrik pølse - 'garlic sausage' (which did not even make the third choice of most customers)

The Joakim pølse - 'flambéed in brandy and cured in the early hours of the morning on the spare bed on the outdoor porch of the Royal Palace':)

Early predictions are that two of the sausages will be dropped. No prizes for guessing which ones.

Ah, ha, ha, ha. This is to funny.

Well my guees is that the Joachim pølse won't be a big winner, personally I think the Frederic one sounds more delicate, but hey that is also my oppinion on the two real life brothers...

(Heavily smoked and heavily dressed - eeeww! :eek: )

Dennism 11-01-2004 03:48 PM

Ha ha ha. Maybe that´s why Vega likes to lick him! :)

MarieLouise 11-04-2004 03:08 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Dennism
Ha ha ha. Maybe that´s why Vega likes to lick him! :)

Yeah she (or he??!!:confused: ) wants to find out which pølse (sausage) to vote for, the dog looks as though it has her doubts about the Henrik one... :D

Dennism 11-04-2004 08:10 PM

ha ha ha. Very good.

hrhcp 11-13-2004 01:02 AM

What in the world does "rigsforstander" mean ?
 
http://kongehuset.dk/aktuelt/kalender/

makes reference to "regent" and the above term.

Seems to me, before Frederik got married, everybody could be "regent" in Margrethe's absence.

Can anybody provide an exact meaning (and translation) as to what differentiates "regent" from "rigsforstander" ?

Dianedk 11-13-2004 07:37 AM

In the danish dictionary rigsforstander means: A person who leads a government in the regent's absence.
And regent means: The head of state in a monarci or the person who stands in the regent's place, when the regent is abroad or ill ect.

Didn't really help did it? :/

Josefine 11-17-2004 12:11 PM

what royals are
Honorary Hans Christian Andersen Ambassador
can someone post a list

pdas1201 11-17-2004 12:27 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Josefine
what royals are
Honorary Hans Christian Andersen Ambassador
can someone post a list

For 2005, so far I know of the following:

1) Grand Duchess Maria Teresa of Luxemburg

2) Princess Laurentein of the Netherlands

Anybody has anything to add to the list..

Alexandria 11-17-2004 02:25 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by pdas1201
For 2005, so far I know of the following:

1) Grand Duchess Maria Teresa of Luxemburg

2) Princess Laurentein of the Netherlands

Anybody has anything to add to the list..

What are the ambassadors responsible for? (Promoting the author's books is the obvious answer, I would think.) And only within their respective countries -- i.e. Luxembourg and the Netherlands in the above mentioned cases. And will there be some sort of gathering in Denmark in the near future?

hrhcp 12-04-2004 04:37 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Alisa
12-11-04

Who will be representing the Danish Royals at Prince Bernhard of the Netherlands funeral?

H.M. Margrethe 12-04-2004 05:50 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by hrhcp
Who will be representing the Danish Royals at Prince Bernhard of the Netherlands funeral?

I think it migth be Queen Margrethé and Prince Henrik or CrownPrince Frederik and CrownPrincesse Mary but i don´t know becaus ther is nothing in ther calender for the sad funeral of Prince Bernhard of Holland.

Alisa 12-04-2004 05:56 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by hrhcp
Who will be representing the Danish Royals at Prince Bernhard of the Netherlands funeral?

I am adjustments will be made in order for someone to attend the funeral. The schedule was posted before the Prince's death.


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