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Old 08-25-2018, 02:13 AM
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Here's a second ppe gallery from yesterday.

And the following gettyimages gallery has been updated and will be probably updated again.

I'm looking forward to today's pics!
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Old 08-25-2018, 05:05 AM
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Galleries from today day 3. The CP Family visit today many villages.

https://www.rexfeatures.com/livefeed...islands,_day_3

https://www.ppe-agency.com/show.php?...-2018%20Faroer

Pictures taken by CP Frederik

https://www.instagram.com/p/Bm6GZK_g...danskekongehus


A Beautiful picture of CP Mary

https://scontent-iad3-1.cdninstagram...61482240_n.jpg

https://www.instagram.com/p/Bm6MKhJA...danskekongehus


And the traditional DM article about the third day

Danish royal family don traditional costume for the third day of their visit to the Faroe Islands | Daily Mail Online


Picture from the reception tonight in Dannebrog

https://www.instagram.com/p/Bm6XJckA...danskekongehus

The Palace shares two more pictures from the reception tonight in Dannebrog

https://scontent.fath4-2.fna.fbcdn.n...e0&oe=5BF5AA6F
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Old 08-25-2018, 05:11 AM
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Josephine is wearing a down jacket underneath the cape. She must felt really cold from the previous 2 days. Maybe she didn't participate in some activities yesterday because she was sick?
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Old 08-25-2018, 05:22 AM
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Looks like the children are beginning to tire, mentally I mean, and probably form being on so much.

However M&F need to address the yawning. Fortunately they have already done that in regards to the older children - even though there is the odd slip as we can see from Christian today.
Prior to age 10 it's forgivable and sometimes charming. But past 10 it's IMO a no go, except for the odd slip, which we all make from time to time. And that applies to all children, not just royal children.

Josephine does yawn quite a bit and I wonder if it's a (i'm not sure what the English expression is) defensive thing. Akin to animals yawning when people look at them. I.e. a sign of being uncomfortable.
I think it's a little too much for the poor Josephine to be so much on. Which may also explain why she cling so much to her siblings and mother.
We know she's a showgirl who likes to be on - for shorter periods at least and I imagine, on her terms. But here she is on a lot - and also has to behave.
And it's funny Vincent obviously don't mind at all that people are looking at him. Especially as he is usually the most reserved of the twins.

I imagine it's a hard process for a young child to learn to be in the public glare. But it's a process they have to go through, so IMO better now than later when they are more self conscious - and more aware of what people think of them...

Do I make sense?
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Old 08-25-2018, 05:50 AM
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So many hugs and kissing in this family

Lovely pictures from yesterday's last event:
https://bt.bmcdn.dk/media/cache/reso...gruppefoto.jpg
https://scontent-arn2-1.xx.fbcdn.net...c8&oe=5BF78775 (Vincent with mum)

Entire gallery from yesterday:
https://www.facebook.com/pg/News-abo...I&__tn__=-UC-R

Isabella and Josephine is so prety with their braids. Looks very Faroese style.
https://media.gettyimages.com/photos...e-id1022765756

First pictures from today

The Crown Prince Couple visit Bakkafrost, which is the Faroes’ largest salmon farming company and visit the sports hall Bylgjan and meet the local sports organizations.

https://umsit.knassar.fo/media/2018/...resized/21.jpg
https://umsit.knassar.fo/media/2018/...resized/22.jpg
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https://umsit.knassar.fo/media/2018/...resized/31.jpg
https://scontent-iad3-1.cdninstagram...26071296_n.jpg

Have you seen this video of F&M dancing the traditional faroese dance?
https://www.facebook.com/detdanskeko...0555693351753/

Well Frederik & Mary are cute and lovely togehter, but not very good dancers Maybe thats exactly why they are so charming.

And no, I can't dance myself either.
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Old 08-25-2018, 08:07 AM
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The yawning does not bother me as much as the not covering the mouth when yawning.


Yeah I've noticed that Vincent, who is usually the most reserved of the four, is showing the most personality on this trip. Maybe he will be the royal who takes a special interest in the Faroe Islands.
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Old 08-25-2018, 09:56 AM
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Looks like the children are beginning to tire, mentally I mean, and probably form being on so much.

However M&F need to address the yawning. Fortunately they have already done that in regards to the older children - even though there is the odd slip as we can see from Christian today.
Prior to age 10 it's forgivable and sometimes charming. But past 10 it's IMO a no go, except for the odd slip, which we all make from time to time. And that applies to all children, not just royal children.

Josephine does yawn quite a bit and I wonder if it's a (i'm not sure what the English expression is) defensive thing. Akin to animals yawning when people look at them. I.e. a sign of being uncomfortable.
I think it's a little too much for the poor Josephine to be so much on. Which may also explain why she cling so much to her siblings and mother.
We know she's a showgirl who likes to be on - for shorter periods at least and I imagine, on her terms. But here she is on a lot - and also has to behave.
And it's funny Vincent obviously don't mind at all that people are looking at him. Especially as he is usually the most reserved of the twins.

I imagine it's a hard process for a young child to learn to be in the public glare. But it's a process they have to go through, so IMO better now than later when they are more self conscious - and more aware of what people think of them...

Do I make sense?
I actually haven’t noticed the yawning but I haven’t been looking at videos. Josephine looks tired and clings for sure. Maybe she isn’t sleeping well on the trip. Or, she could be yawning from the cold, something my husband does. It does seem to be cold, not very low temperatures but that damp, drizzling, windy weather which somehow gets into your bones. I was thinking they should all be wearing long underwear.
If the twins are out all day long and have to pay attention to speeches, etc, and adult oriented activities, they could be yawning from boredom. They are only seven.
They seem to be a lovely,loving family and quite genuine. I adore the hugs and affection that Christian shows his mother. IMO, for a boy of that age to act like that shows tremendous self confidence.
I had fun imagining what I would do if I was Mary returning to the ship yesterday, what would be first, a hot bath or a stiff drink, or both!
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Old 08-25-2018, 01:49 PM
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F&M today visiting Streymin, Haldórsvík and Tjørnuvík (:

https://umsit.knassar.fo/media/2018/...ized/krun2.jpg
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https://umsit.knassar.fo/media/2018/...ized/krun5.jpg
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Picture from the reception tonight in Dannebrog

https://www.instagram.com/p/Bm6XJckA...danskekongehus
Lovely picture.

F&M and children hold a reception on Dannebrog this evening

“This evening, the Crown Prince couple hosts a reception at Dannebrog. Here TRH have invited the official Faroe Islands as well as hosts from the various visits visited by the Crown Prince family over the past few days. Dannebrog is on this evening located in the Faroe Islands capital Tórshavn.”

Mary taking pictures of Frederik
https://bt.bmcdn.dk/media/cache/reso.../21913964-.jpg

More pictures of the children from today’s first visits:
https://bt.bmcdn.dk/media/cache/reso.../21913971-.jpg
https://bt.bmcdn.dk/media/cache/reso.../21913970-.jpg
https://bt.bmcdn.dk/media/cache/reso.../21913968-.jpg
https://bt.bmcdn.dk/media/cache/reso.../21913972-.jpg
https://bt.bmcdn.dk/media/cache/reso.../21913967-.jpg

BT article
https://www.bt.dk/royale/2-aarige-el...kke-han-vidste
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Old 08-25-2018, 02:56 PM
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Thank you to all those who shared the photos and videos of the family in the Faeroe Islands! It looks as if they are having a wonderful time and it seems like they aren't short of activities on offer. The traditional dress is beautiful; and I don't mind the family wearing it either - as since others have said, wearing the traditional dress is seen as a sign of respect and there were some other locals wearing it meaning that Mary, Frederik and the children weren't totally left out.
I've always wanted to visit the Faeroe Islands but I've heard they're quite difficult and expensive for us ordinary folk to get to. The nature looks beautiful though.

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A heartwarming story about Christian, Mary and a slightly retarded woman:
https://www.bt.dk/royale/20-aarige-s...flere-maaneder

20 year old Sunnrið Johnsen also has problems seeing, so she and her helper had taken up position along the route the family was going through Thorshavn. She has been reading about the CP-Couple for weeks!
Christian went over and shook her hand, to her great delight, followed by Mary who gave Sunnrið Johnsen a hug - and now there is one seriously happy woman in Thorshavn today!
Just an FYI, and I’m sure you didn’t mean any harm by it, but “retarded” is quite an offensive and outdated term for those with disabilities here in England. As someone with an invisible disability I was quite uncomfortable by its usage here but I’m sure that wasn’t your intention, as it’s probably a cultural difference in language and terminology. I’m not trying to make you feel bad or anything, since, as I said, I have an invisible disability myself; I just thought I’d enlighten you on how the word is perceived in other countries and cultures.
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Old 08-25-2018, 03:15 PM
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The Crown Princely Family visit to the Faeroe Islands has been one of my favourites this year,the photos were wonderful and the scenery was simply breathtaking!
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Old 08-25-2018, 04:02 PM
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What a great third day! The kids are learning wonderfully under the loving care of their parents. Its such a joy seeing them interact. Christian, at almost 13, still hugging his dad and mom is beautiful to see. And always attentive to his siblings.

They are still kids but you can see they are learning. Vincent has really opened up in this trip!

The kids really lit up with the fishes!
https://data.whicdn.com/images/318293380/large.jpg
https://www.ppe-agency.com/500px/Aug...PE18082501.jpg

articles with great galleries
https://dagur.fo/myndir-um-brunna-vi...og-i-tjornuvik
https://dagur.fo/myndir-krunprinsafamiljan-i-runavik

the waterfall is just stunning
https://editorial01.shutterstock.com...-9807700cn.jpg
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https://editorial01.shutterstock.com...-9807700dw.jpg


this picture, with the Danish flag is great
https://0.t.cdn.belga.be/belgaimage:...8d3&m=laimpjgk

I think the Queen can be very happy and proud! This picture of the family, with the portrait of King Frederik IX is great
https://scontent-dfw5-2.xx.fbcdn.net...26&oe=5BF72B03
https://scontent-dfw5-2.xx.fbcdn.net...e0&oe=5BF5AA6F


Later today, Frederik and the prime minister participate together in the award presentation at Tórshavn’s stadium, Tórsvøllur, where the Faroese cup final in football takes place. After the match, The Crown Prince will present medals to the players.
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Old 08-25-2018, 06:23 PM
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Just an FYI, and I’m sure you didn’t mean any harm by it, but “retarded” is quite an offensive and outdated term for those with disabilities here in England. As someone with an invisible disability I was quite uncomfortable by its usage here but I’m sure that wasn’t your intention, as it’s probably a cultural difference in language and terminology. I’m not trying to make you feel bad or anything, since, as I said, I have an invisible disability myself; I just thought I’d enlighten you on how the word is perceived in other countries and cultures.
Thanks.
No, I never intended to be offensive.
However, as you know English is not my first language and I'm often not up to date as to what terms are used currently. - It makes it even more complicated that there are so many English speaking countries!
What word in English should I have used instead?

The talk of the town on the Faeroe Islands (literally!) is that Frederik jacket sacked on him on the first day. The islanders, being proud of their traditional suits, would normally frown on someone who showed himself in public in an ill-fitting suit. But obviously hadn't tried it on until at was too late to have the jacket fitted. And he did indeed comment on the sagging jacket, saying: "I must have lost weight." - But the problem was soon solved. Somewhere Frederik borrowed another jacket and now he looks appropriately.
- I think trying out an item, only to learn too late, that it doesn't fit anymore is familiar to every male in Christendom! It sure is to me, but that's because the atmospheric composition in our closet tend to shrink my clothes.
https://www.bt.dk/royale/kronprins-f...-have-tabt-mig

While M&F visited the hamlet of Tjørnuvik (population: 64) they were for once on this trip dethroned. Instead two year old Elias stole the show.
While the mayor delivered his welcoming speech, Elias, equipped with a flag, took up position in front of M&F and... - Well enjoy the video for yourselves.
https://www.bt.dk/royale/2-aarige-el...kke-han-vidste

ADDED: More from Daily Mail:
http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/arti...e-Islands.html
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No, I never intended to be offensive.
However, as you know English is not my first language and I'm often not up to date as to what terms are used currently. - It makes it even more complicated that there are so many English speaking countries!
What word in English should I have used instead?

I figured it must have been a translation issue - your English is impeccable especially since it’s not your first language, and I really admire those on here who have English as a second language (or even third) but sound like they are native speakers. Sometimes Google and other translator services pick up some problematic words or use outdated translations so it’s not your fault. But for future reference, we would normally use the terms “disabled” or “visually impaired” / “blind” here in England.
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Video of Frederik and Christian at the football game
https://www.instagram.com/p/Bm6430tD...y=billedbladet

and a video of the events throughout the day
https://www.instagram.com/p/Bm623V0H...y=billedbladet

And now the cutest video, the kids joining Frederik and Mary in the traditional Faeroe Island dance at the reception on the Dannebrog!
https://www.facebook.com/detdanskeko...2798133444206/


more from the football game
https://www.instagram.com/p/Bm7tXbjA...danskekongehus
https://scontent-arn2-1.xx.fbcdn.net...d9&oe=5BFD1AE8
https://scontent-arn2-1.xx.fbcdn.net...ae&oe=5BFF3199


Frederik and Mary

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I am glad to see that the children are being trained on the job because for some of them this is how the future will look, visiting, greeting people, being interested or at least learning pretending to be.
And I am also glad that they are allowed to make mistakes that will probably corrected in the future, Christian is almost 13, yawning without hand before mouth etc, needs to work on concentration but it will come. Josie & Vincent are very young to pull through such a visit.
Also the brothers wrestling, its a good thing to see that they behave naturally in front of the cameras, its the usual boy stuff that's done at home but they need to learn that you need to differentiate what to do in public and what not.
At least they are not running around like robots going through the motions.
For me the one royal kid who has already quite mastered the art of public events at a very young age is Estelle of Sweden.


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Here's a second ppe gallery from yesterday, August 25.
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https://www.billedbladet.dk/kongelig...en-i-thorshavn

And here is a delightful video of Frederik and Christian presenting the trophy last night in Faeroese Championship finals.
It was two clubs from Thorshavn who had made it to the finals. - I watched the match live on Eurosport last night BTW. (*)
Observe how Frederik very considerately kept his hands in his pockets most of the time, so that his hands would be warm when shaking hands with the players...



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A large gallry from yesterday, Day 3:
https://www.facebook.com/pg/News-abo...g&__tn__=-UC-R

The Crown Prince family has visited the municipality of Runavík where they visited the Faroe Islands largest salmon farming business. Then the children held pause from the official visit while the Crown Prince couple visited the Faroese village Hvalvík and took a sail trip out to the highest waterfalls on the Faroe Islands and visiting two other villages.

In the evening, the children attended the evening reception at Dannebrog.
Yesterday's last visit participated the Crown Prince and Prince Christian in when they handed over trophies at the football tournament.

Today is the last day of the Crown Prince family in the Faroe Islands.

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Josephine is indeed very happy for mothers flowers:
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The Crown Princely Family visit to the Faeroe Islands has been one of my favourites this year,the photos were wonderful and the scenery was simply breathtaking!
It has been a very beautiful trip and the Crown Prince family receives well-deserved very positive and proud comments from all.
I will also give a hand to the 4 super cool, curious, well-behaved, natural and very loving children. They have also made this official visit to the Faroe Islands with bravour. Well done, Frederik & Mary. They must be proud of their children. Frederik told the DR News that the children had to get off a few days from school, but this trip was "school of life."

Today is the last day, and with only two events. So it is goodbye to the Faeroe Islands
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Do the children start school tomorrow?
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