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dazzling 09-08-2012 06:48 AM

Crown Prince Frederik and Crown Princess Mary, Current Events Part 9: Sept 2012 -
 
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dazzling 09-08-2012 06:51 AM

Crown Princely Couple visit Hinnerup & Hadsten: September 8, 2012
 
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September 8
The Crown Prince Couple participate in byjubilæer in Favrskov Municipality at 11:00.
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PROGRAM FOR THE ROYAL COUPLE VISITED HINNERUP AND HADSTEN ON 8TH SEPTEMBER 2012


Frijsenborg Estate
Kl. 11.00
Crown Prince arrives in Frijsenborg Estate, which Mayor Nils Borring and Count Bendt Wedell is hosting a lunch.

Kl. 12.30
Royal Couple running in vintage cars from Frijsenborg Goods by Linen Hinnerup.


HINNERUP
Kl. 13.00
Crown Prince arrives in vintage cars to Hinnerup where Hinnerup Garden accept.

Kl. 13.07
Crown Prince attends Hinnerup Choir and Kreaktiv-choir singing "September's skies are so blue" on an outdoor stage at Store Street 12th

Kl. 13.15
Tour at the square, which included will be gymnastic and zumbaworkshop, boxing with sumo suits and Panna football (one-on-one football).

Kl. 13.40
Crown Prince visiting an art workshop where children and adults make art. Six local artists stands for the workshop, which is housed in a farm area and in a former shop local.


Kl. 13.55
Crown Prince visits Hinnerup Library and Cultural Centre, where activities for children, including games from the old days and singing games for children in cooperation with kindergartens and music school in Favrskov Municipality.


Kl. 14.25
HRH Crown Prince reveals the first part of a memorial made by children from Hinnerup Billedskole in collaboration with artist Line Frøslev.


Kl. 14.46
Royal Couple running with veteran from Hinnerup Station to Hadsten Station. In connection with the departure marks the train's whistle marking the beginning of "150-year course", a run from Hinnerup to Hadsten.

HADSTEN
Kl. 14.55
Crown Prince arrives with vintage train to Hadsten Station, where Randers Railway Orchestra plays on arrival.

Kl. 15.05
Crown Prince visits Modelbane Europe, one of the largest computer-controlled model railways.

Kl. 15.30
On Søndergade is a series of pictures a historical timeline, as Crown Prince inspect. After the trip through Søndergade continued by Evald Tang All, as the various "modern play activities" with segways, beachminton, street and stomp.


Kl. 16.00
Crown Prince continues into the Ernst B. Sunds Square, where activities with music, theater and old-fashioned craftsmanship.

Kl. 16.15
HRH Crown Princess reveals the second part of the memorial made by children from The Crooked Billedskole in Hadsten in collaboration with artist Line Frøslev the same idea, model and shape of the memorial in Hinnerup.

Mayor Nils Borring thank you for your visit in Hinnerup and Hadsten and hands over a gift to Crown Princess.

Kl. 16.30
Royal Couple say goodbye to Favrskov Municipality, while Hinnerup Garden plays.
Source: Kongehuset - Forside

First picture from today
http://www.imagebam.com/image/625ea4209772377

Roskilde 09-08-2012 10:33 AM

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Originally Posted by dazzling (Post 1458899)
Source: Kongehuset - Forside

First picture from today
ImageBam

And three more pictures :smile:

http://a1.sphotos.ak.fbcdn.net/hphot...65531393_n.jpg
http://a5.sphotos.ak.fbcdn.net/hphot...60822198_n.jpg
http://a7.sphotos.ak.fbcdn.net/hphot...46060638_n.jpg

dazzling 09-08-2012 10:49 AM

Here is one more picture
http://www.billedbladet.dk/~/media/B...?as=true&w=445

Muhler 09-08-2012 11:58 AM

Calgary??

Is it the town of Hadsten that has been Google translated to Calgary? :lol:

Hadsten and Hinnerup are two towns located between Aarhus and Randers in Eastern Jutland.
In fact in a few years Hinnerup will be swallowed up by Aarhus.

They started out by visiting Frijsenborg Manor (*), owned by the Wedell family, with which the DRF are very familiar. In fact they use to go hunting at Frijsenborg in the days after Christmas, when they stay at Marselisborg.
You may remember how Frederik took Christian hunting, a year or two ago at Frijsenborg Manor.

(*) Google again! The name of the estate is indeed Frijsenborg Gods, which in this context = Frijsenborg Manor.
Gods can indeed mean (large) goods, but it can also mean a small to medium sized manor.
Slot, as in Marselisborg Slot and Schackenborg Slot, means a larger manor up to a palace. A palatial building.
Who said Danish is easy? ;)

Here is the local newspaper: Frederik og Mary kiggede lige forbi - Favrskovposten

And the coverage of Mary and Frederik's visit is of course massive.
Sorry, I haven't got time to dig out individual galleries and articles.

I'll leave that to someone else. :smile:

dazzling 09-08-2012 12:42 PM

Thanks Muhler for the correction. You can never know with these translations. Titled changed.

Roskilde 09-08-2012 01:07 PM

:smile:

http://a4.sphotos.ak.fbcdn.net/hphot...32915810_n.jpg

http://plimg.no.publicus.com/gallery...w=596&Maxh=397

Frederik and Marys visit in Hinnerup and Hadsten was on the news tonight. Mary played basketball and seemed to have a lot of fun with it. I hope the clip and some images of the episode will be online soon :flowers:


I found a video from Tv2Øst:
http://www.tv2oj.dk/artikel/130704:F...rret-paa-visit

And PPE agancy has added a great gallery

http://www.ppe-agency.com/500px/Sep2012/PPE12090828.jpg
http://www.ppe-agency.com/500px/Sep2012/PPE12090802.jpg
http://www.ppe-agency.com/500px/Sep2012/PPE12090819.jpg
http://www.ppe-agency.com/500px/Sep2012/PPE12090818.jpg
http://www.ppe-agency.com/500px/Sep2012/PPE12090804.jpg (What are they doing here :biggrin:)

Gallery: PPE Agency

And a large and very nice gallery from bt.dk

Se billederne: Hvad laver du der, Mary? | www.bt.dk

Frelinghighness 09-08-2012 06:50 PM

Thanks for posting all the pictures and video. Mary definately had a disadvantage wearing heels and a coat during the basketball segment!

Daria_S 09-09-2012 01:16 AM

Great pictures! As to what they were doing in one of the pictures, my guess would be that Frederik got something stuck in his eye, and Mary was being helpful in getting it out :biggrin:. Or, she just wanted to touch his face.

iceflower 09-09-2012 04:25 AM

Here are two more galleries of the visit to Hadsten and Hinnerup



** sn.dk gallery: Kronprinsparret fejrede byjubilæum med basket **


** b.dk gallery : Mary gav bolden op for Oestjylland **

Northern Princess 09-09-2012 05:15 AM

Thanks for many wonderful photos :)

Muhler 09-09-2012 02:09 PM

A video of the visit covered by a reporter from the local newspaper.
Favrskovposten: Web-tv - Politikens Lokalaviser: Indslag fra de lokale Nyhedspatruljer - favrskov.lokalavisen.dk

It's about 6 minutes long and it provides a great look at the near chaos when a royal visit takes place.
Living in a very small town myself such a celebration is very amateurish and as such a lot of fun.
Actually I find it so much more charming and natural, than if people were lined up behind cords dressed in their finest and everything had to be formal and stiff and strictly according to schedule

One of the most charming details of this visit, was when Mary stood behind a small boy, who was painting a small figure in a green color, there was more paint on his hand, than on the figure. :lol:

After having said goodbye, M&F left for a field, where a fast helicopter (Fennec) took them to Copenhagen.

The only thing I lament is that we didn't see enough of that beautiful, beautiful steamtrain M&F drove in from town to town.

A little detail: Notice at the beginning when M&F are being recieved at Frijsenborg Manor, there are two men dressed in green uniforms, who open the doors of the limousine. They are official Jägers of the estate. Equivalent to ghillies on large Scottish estates. Beforehand that uniform was their official workclothes and they even went to war in those uniforms, with their own rifles, where they were attached to infantry regiments as snipers.
The short sword is a hunting-sword, a Hirschfänger.

Hannelore 09-09-2012 04:03 PM

Indeed a very interesting video, Muhler.

The crowds present were really huge, but I guess this was also because of the festivities and not just because the cp couple turned up.

Do you have any idea how long the helicopter flight 'back home' took?

Muhler 09-09-2012 04:27 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Hannelore (Post 1459323)
Indeed a very interesting video, Muhler.

The crowds present were really huge, but I guess this was also because of the festivities and not just because the cp couple turned up.

Do you have any idea how long the helicopter flight 'back home' took?

M&F turning up meant a lot! Believe me, a royal visit to a small town, and on top of that when they are celebrating a jubilee. Oh yes!
That means a massive turn-out. Not to mention that there would have been quite a lot of visitors from Aarhus and Randers and the surrounding area.
A mix of local patriotism and curiosity.

It was a nice touch that they invited Christian for the next jubilee in 25 or 50 years from now.

The Fennec is a fast helicopter, so I'd estimate they were back in Copenhagen in 45-60 minutes.

ADDED: Galleries from Faverskov Post: http://favrskov.lokalavisen.dk/apps/...rams=Itemnr=17

http://favrskov.lokalavisen.dk/apps/...2&Profile=1492

The baloons Mary launched, contained gift certificates.

In Picture number six in the second gallery, Mary is offered homemade pastry from an admirer. Well, the admirer's mother in fact, because in the last minute, the girl who made them (pic 5) lost courage.
Anita in pic #7, had made at nice drawing to Mary, and she managed to present it. (See pic #8).

Notice how Frederik, very prudently, put his hands in his pockets so that he wouldn't present a cold hand, when he shook hand with someone.

Roskilde 09-09-2012 06:06 PM

A really great and funny video of Mary and Frederik that plays basketball. Or should we say that Mary is trying to play basketball :biggrin:

TV 2 | ØSTJYLLAND | Video: Kan Mary ramme? | Nyheder | Favrskov

American Dane 09-09-2012 07:49 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Roskilde (Post 1459380)
A really great and funny video of Mary and Frederik that plays basketball. Or should we say that Mary is trying to play basketball :biggrin:

TV 2 | ØSTJYLLAND | Video: Kan Mary ramme? | Nyheder | Favrskov


:previous:
Pretty good effort with heels and that coat!

gerry 09-09-2012 08:51 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Muhler (Post 1459276)
A video of the visit covered by a reporter from the local newspaper.
Favrskovposten: Web-tv - Politikens Lokalaviser: Indslag fra de lokale Nyhedspatruljer - favrskov.lokalavisen.dk

It's about 6 minutes long and it provides a great look at the near chaos when a royal visit takes place.
Living in a very small town myself such a celebration is very amateurish and as such a lot of fun.
Actually I find it so much more charming and natural, than if people were lined up behind cords dressed in their finest and everything had to be formal and stiff and strictly according to schedule

One of the most charming details of this visit, was when Mary stood behind a small boy, who was painting a small figure in a green color, there was more paint on his hand, than on the figure. :lol:

After having said goodbye, M&F left for a field, where a fast helicopter (Fennec) took them to Copenhagen.

The only thing I lament is that we didn't see enough of that beautiful, beautiful steamtrain M&F drove in from town to town.

A little detail: Notice at the beginning when M&F are being recieved at Frijsenborg Manor, there are two men dressed in green uniforms, who open the doors of the limousine. They are official Jägers of the estate. Equivalent to ghillies on large Scottish estates. Beforehand that uniform was their official workclothes and they even went to war in those uniforms, with their own rifles, where they were attached to infantry regiments as snipers.
The short sword is a hunting-sword, a Hirschfänger.

Thank you so much, as always Muhler. A small question: why the dance with the broomsticks? I much enjoyed this video, indeed a good overview of a short but sweet Royal visit. :flowers:

polyesco 09-09-2012 09:01 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Muhler (Post 1459331)
M&F turning up meant a lot! Believe me, a royal visit to a small town, and on top of that when they are celebrating a jubilee. Oh yes!
That means a massive turn-out. Not to mention that there would have been quite a lot of visitors from Aarhus and Randers and the surrounding area.
A mix of local patriotism and curiosity.

It was a nice touch that they invited Christian for the next jubilee in 25 or 50 years from now.
Notice how Frederik, very prudently, put his hands in his pockets so that he wouldn't present a cold hand, when he shook hand with someone.

thank you Muhler :flowers:. Frederik is very considerate to keep his hands warm for others. ;)

Nice to see these type of events. Mary and Frederik are great IMO at these type of events where they are close to the people.

Very sweet for the towns to invite Christian for the next jubilee.

Muhler 09-10-2012 01:19 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by gerry (Post 1459427)
Thank you so much, as always Muhler. A small question: why the dance with the broomsticks? I much enjoyed this video, indeed a good overview of a short but sweet Royal visit. :flowers:

I think they were inspired by the group Stomp that uses all kinds of everyday items as music instruments.
Good for the children's creativity, - even better for the budget....:tongue:

You are welcome Polyesco & Gerry. :smile:

Marika86 09-11-2012 04:39 AM

Another photogallery from the visit in Hinnerup & Hadsten:

Prinsessa Mary testaa koristaitojaan | Lehtikuva | lehtikuva.fi

"Hola": Federico y Mary de Dinamarca ponen a prueba su puntería jugando al baloncesto ** Google Translate


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