Polfoto 08-12-2003 8-12-2003 Københavns Rådhus Cathy Freeman blev i dag udnævnt til H C Andersen Ambassadør ved en ceremoni på Københavns Rådhus. Cathy Freeman og kronprins Frederik på vej ud fra pressemødet - yderst th. Jens Kramer Mikkelsen - Overborgmester København
I found a newpaper article in the age newpaper which is dated the 15 january
and it just tells how fred isn't missing denmark at all and he in the right place with mary at the right time. It also points out and this cames from fred him self about mary's sister's wedding the prince of denmark expressed some jealousy about the low key build up to mary's sister's wedding. And he says that when he and mary get married it not going to be a low key thing .
I think fred is just strating to realize that aussie wedding are not what they seem to be. And also he was a bite shocked that nobody knew who he was when he was walking around with mary in tazmania
No I'm pretty sure that's not right (ooops sorry, not the post immediately above, but the post about Fred being disappointed about the Aussie wedding being small).
The newspaper report (and probably upcoming report on Channel 9) was that Fred was "jealous" that his wedding won't be low-key, like how Patricia's is. Fred's always been a "i want to my privacy/ i want to be treated like normal" person... even though he's not really normal because he can just get a hold of a sportscar just like that *click fingers*.
It's funny how things gets twisted..... journalistic license? :P :P
Denmark to triple Crown Prince Frederik's allowance
Tue Jan 20, 1:35 PM ET
COPENHAGEN (AFP) - The Danish government plans to triple the annual allowance paid to Crown Prince Frederik to almost two million euros after his marriage this year, Prime Minister Anders Fogh Rasmussen announced.
Frederik, the eldest son of Queen Margrethe II, would receive an annual allowance of 14.4 million Kroner (1.9 million euros/2.4 million dollars) from the government after his marriage to Australian-born Mary Donaldson on May 14.
The 35-year-old prince currently receives 4.2 million Kroner per year.
Rasmussen told a press conference that the hike was intended to cover the royal couple's extra expenses and "significantly higher level of activities".
The proposal, which would also guarantee the future princess a home and an income in the event of the prince's death, is expected to win easy approval from parliament.
Originally posted by Jasl@Jan 16th, 2004 - 3:06 am The newspaper report (and probably upcoming report on Channel 9) was that Fred was "jealous" that his wedding won't be low-key, like how Patricia's is. Fred's always been a "i want to my privacy/ i want to be treated like normal" person... even though he's not really normal because he can just get a hold of a sportscar just like that *click fingers*.
Fred wants to be a normal person and private. And millions of stipens and sports cars and vocations and cake and eat it too. Can we play exchange-your-places?
I wonder what the secretary general really thinks about these "visitors"?
The official pictures of Frederick are really nice...the Danish Royal Family always has such nice, artistic official pictures. Some of the other royal families' official portraits just don't look as nice as the Danish ones (they are too casual maybe)...I would love to borrow the Danish photographers for just a few days!
HRH Crown Prince Frederik again rises in grades in the military. After being recommended by the Defence Ministry, he was appointed Captain in the navy, Lieutenant-Colonel in the army, and Lieutenant-Colonel in the air force on April 14th, the Defence Ministry informs. Presently, Crown Prince Frederik is attached to the Royal Danish Defence College.
Originally posted by Alexandria@Apr 18th, 2004 - 9:51 am Apparently Frederik had a very important matter to tend to yesterday, April 17. Much more important than attending the baptismal ceremony of his goddaughter Ingrid Alexandra in Norway: His own stag party.
Source: Ekstra Bladet
Can one be a godfather without attending the ceremony? I really think Fred should have gone. I'm very very surprised that none of the Danes went.... I think they should have gone.
the decision not to come might have had good reasons, however, it has automatically stimulated wild rumours in the press about the inferior position of the norwegian royals and the absence as a sign of contempt from other royal houses about marriages etc...