Royal Events 2015

Royal Family on New Year’s reception

Christiansborg Palace’s of Denmark the Royal reception

At 12.00 PM of January 6th, 2015 , HM Queen Margrethe II of Denmark hold a New Year’s reception for the Defense ,Emergency Management Agency, representatives of majornational organizations.patronages those are escorted by the regiments Horse Squadron in the golden carriage from Amalienborg to Christiansborg Palace (At 9.00 AM of Jan.6) and then return in the golden carriage from Christiansborg Palace (At 13.30 PM of Jan.6)  to Amalienborg escorted by the regiments Horse Squadron.
(Photo: Zhong Min Peng)

Mary attends the Maternity Foundation ceremony

At kl 4 00 pm of On 22 April , 2015. and a passionate champion of women’s health rights, will attend the event.

On 22 April, The Safe Delivery App ‒ a ground-breaking mobile training tool that can save the lives of mothers and newborn babies during pregnancy and childbirth in Africa ‒ will be launched at an event in Copenhagen attended by HRH The Crown Princess Mary of Denmark. The app has been developed by Maternity Foundation in collaboration with researchers from the University of Copenhagen and the University of Southern Denmark. New research results show that The Safe Delivery App can significantly increase the ability of birth attendants to save lives.

The Safe Delivery App builds on the rapid proliferation of mobile telephony in Africa, where there are already more than 600 million mobile phone users. Mobile technology is paving the way for innovative solutions to global health problems that can be difficult to address due to geographical distance and lack of training.

The Safe Delivery App features animated videos that provide instruction for health workers in developing countries in handling childbirth complications, for example if the mother begins to bleed after giving birth or the newborn is not breathing. The videos, available both in English and local languages, can be used irrespective of poor literacy skills and language barriers. The Safe Delivery App therefore has significant and scalable potential to reach health workers in rural districts, where it is normally costly and difficult to provide conventional training programs.

Clinical Trial

The Safe Delivery App has recently undergone a clinical trial in Ethiopia. The final results will be published at the end of 2015, but data show that the app can significantly increase the ability of a health worker to prevent life-threatening childbirth complications. The ability of health workers to handle postnatal bleeding and to resuscitate a newborn more than doubled after 12 months of using the app. The biggest improvement in skills occurred among health workers on the periphery of the healthcare system, i.e. at remote outposts where the starting point was lowest and the need for training consequently highest. It is also noteworthy that the skills continued to improve throughout the 12-month period, indicating that the app is able to continuously maintain and improve the level of skills.

Final Stages

The final version of The Safe Delivery App will be made available for free to the health sector and NGOs in developing countries. In partnership with these major players, the app will be thoroughly tested and evaluated when it is rolled out across sub-Saharan Africa in order to continuously gather data and best practice on the results and usability of the app. So far, partnerships have been entered into with the Danish Red Cross and Marie Stopes International, which will use the app in their health programs in Guinea and Tanzania respectively. In both countries, The Safe Delivery App will initially be implemented in a single region, with a subsequent nationwide rollout in the coming years.

The Safe Delivery App will be launched on 22 April in Copenhagen as part of the celebration of Maternity Foundation’s 10-year anniversary. HRH The Crown Princess Mary of Denmark, a patron of Maternity Foundation and a passionate champion of women’s health rights, will attend the event.

Financed App

The development and testing of the app have been financed by MSD for Mothers, The Obel Family Foundation and an international crowdfunding campaign on Indiegogo. The company Visikon has produced The Safe Delivery App.

(Text: maternity Foundation: Photo: Zhong Min Peng)

Copenhagen to Commemorate Anzac Day

Anzac Day is one of Australia’s most important national commemorative occasions. It marks the anniversary of the first major military action fought by Australian and New Zealand forces during the First World War. Between 2014 and 2018 Australia will commemorate the Anzac Centenary, marking 100 years since our nation’s involvement in the First World War.

Anzac Day is the principal day of remembrance in Australia and New Zealand for those who lost their lives in the ill-fated Gallipoli campaign of World War I and in subsequent military conflicts. Anzac Day 2015 is of special significance as it marks the 100th anniversary of the landing of the Australian and New Zealand troops (known as ‘ANZACs’) on the Gallipoli peninsula in Turkey. The aim was to capture the Dardanelles, the gateway to the Bosphorus and the Black Sea. At the end of the campaign, Gallipoli was still held by its Turkish defenders. Thousands lost their lives in the Gallipoli campaign: 87,000 Turks, 44,000 men from France and the British Empire, including 8500 Australians and 2779 New Zealanders.

The Anzac Centenary is an important opportunity to build on the Anzac Legacy, and to provide a greater understanding of the freedoms and values Australia and New Zealand fought for, where troops from both countries served and the reasons two countries, seemingly remote from the conflict in Europe, participated in World War I and have since participated in subsequent conflicts across Europe, in the Asia Pacific region and in the Middle East and Africa.

The Anzac centenary is one of many military anniversaries in 2015 as we mark 100 years, 75 years and 70 years from events that happened in 1915, 1940 and 1945 respectively. It is an opportunity for all Australians to reflect upon and learn more about Australia’s history, it’s nation-building and aspects of national identity, as well as to examine the lasting impact of military service on those who have served, on their communities and on the nation as a whole. It is an opportunity to honour our military personnel and to remember those who have made the ultimate sacrifice in the service of our nation and of securing peace and freedom.
Commemoration in Denmark

The Australian Embassy has traditionally held a ceremony in Copenhagen to commemorate Anzac Day.
In addition to acknowledging the origins of Anzac Day in the Gallipoli campaign we also gather on 25 April to mark the deaths of over 100 Australians and New Zealand air force personnel who were killed in action during World War II and are buried in Denmark.
The Embassy has organised a special commemoration for 2015.

This year Her Royal Highness The Crown Princess of Denmark will join Australia’s Ambassador to Denmark, Norway and Iceland, Mr Damien Miller, members of the diplomatic corps and several hundred Australians and New Zealand community members at a memorial service taking place at 1000 hrs at the Copenhagen Citadel.
The Service will be led by the Venerable Frederick Charles Ailwood, Archdeacon Emeritus (retired) of the Diocese of Brisbane in Queensland, Australia.
The service will be followed by a wreath-laying ceremony at the soldier memorial to the Commonwealth Fallen of WWII, erected by the people of Denmark, which stands at the entrance to the Kings Gate of the Citadel.

(Text: Australian Embassy in Copenhagen; Photo: Zhong Min Peng)


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The Queen presents an artistic collaboration

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Prince Joachim award the scholarships

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Danish Royal Couple to Visit University of Copenhagen

Prince Joachim opens CBS Cand.

Royal Couple Atteded Boys Sacred Night number 800

Opening of the Nordic Summit 2015 by H.R.H. Crown Princess Mary of Denmark

Prince Couple present the King Christian IX Fund prizes

The Danish Crown Prince Couple Family Attended the Annual Hubertus Hunt

H.R.H. Crown Prince has attend the events of Tordenskiold’s 325 years birthday

The Christmas Stamp 2015 designed by Queen

Crown Princess participates in conference on welfare

Danish Queen presents the Queen Ingrid Research Prize at Amalienborg

Crown Princess Mary attends the ceremony of the “University Startup World Cup 2015 Prize”

Queen Margrethe Denmark participates in a reception

Crown Princess Participates in Advisoryday

Royal Couple Frederik And Mary Attend A Gala Celebration in Copenhagen

Royal Couple Frederik And Mary Attended A Gala Celebration at the Hotel d’Angleterre in Copenhagen. The occasion of the gala was the hotel’s 260 year anniversary. Even though it was a rainy evening, it didn’t stop fans and tourists to stop by and get a glimpse of the royal couple. On arrival, The Crown Prince and Princess stopped to pose for pictures before entering the hotel.
(Text: The Royal Forums/Dazzling. Photo: Zhong Min Peng)


Crown Princess Mary participates opening of the Festival of Research DTU

Queen Margrethe II of Denmark marks her 75th birthday Official reception at Copenhagen’s City Hall

Her Majesty’s The Queen 75th birthday – The Royal Family at the Balcony, Amalienborg

The Queen Margrethe II awarded gift of the National Museum

The Queen turns 75 years old with Press meeting at Fredensborg Castle

The Royal Couple of Netherlands hold a reciprocal event at The Black Diamond

In the evening ,18 Mar 2015,Their Majesties King Willem-Alexander and Queen Máxima hold a reciprocal event at The Black Diamond in Copenhagen in honour of The Queen and The Prince Consort.
Participants from the Danish royal family include The Queen and The Prince Consort, the Crown Prince Couple, Prince Joachim and Princess Marie, Princess Benedikte, Prince Richard and Princess Elisabeth.
(Text: IPC. Photo: Zhong Min Peng)

Crown Princess: Everyone Has to Learn to Swim

Her Royal Highness Crown Princess Mary of Denmark participates in the Danish Swimming Union’s launch event of the project “Everyone has to learn to swim” on 9th Mar, 2015 at Kildeskovshallen, Gentofte. Denmark.
(Photo: Zhong Min Peng)

Netherlands King Stats visit Denmark

Mar.17-19 2015 Netherlands makes a State Visit to Denmark.
The State Visit from the Dutch Royal Couple King .Willem-Alexander & Queen Maxima of the Netherlands on March 17-19 2015 has been made to focus on innovative green growth, as well as the two countries’ common interests on medico- and the education sector.
Mar. 17 2015 King .Willem-Alexander & Queen .Maxima of the Netherlands make a State Visit to Denmark participate in an official welcome at Vilhelm Laurisden’s Terminal; arrive at Fredensborg Castle; attend a Gala Dinner hosted by Queen .Margrethe II & Prince .Consort Henrik of Denmark at Christiansborg Castle.
At Kl.10 .00 am of Mar.17 2015,the Dutch Royal Couple King .Willem-Alexander & Queen Maxima of the Netherlands Arrival at Copenhagen Airport, Vilhelm
Lauritzens terminal Vilhelm Lauritzens Terminal,Vilhelm Lauritzens allé Kastrup.
HM The Queen, HRH The Prince Consort, members of The Royal
Family, TM The King and The Queen of the Netherlan.
(Text: IPC. Photo: Zhong Min Peng)

Netherlands King Stats visit Denmark Event at Aalborg University

Mar.17-19 2015 Netherlands makes a State Visit to Denmark.
The State Visit from the Dutch Royal Couple King .Willem-Alexander & Queen Maxima of the Netherlands on March 17-19 2015 has been made to focus on innovative green growth, as well as the two countries’ common interests on medico- and the education sector.
Mar. 17 2015 King .Willem-Alexander & Queen .Maxima of the Netherlands make a State Visit to Denmark participate in an official welcome at Vilhelm Lauritzen Terminal; arrive at Fredensborg Castle; attend a Gala Dinner hosted by Queen .Margrethe II & Prince .Consort Henrik of Denmark at Christiansborg Castle.
At Kl.10 .00 am of Mar.17 2015,the Dutch Royal Couple King .Willem-Alexander & Queen Maxima of the Netherlands Arrival at Copenhagen Airport, Vilhelm
Lauritzen terminal Vilhelm Lauritzen Terminal,Vilhelm Lauritzens allé Kastrup.
HM The Queen, HRH The Prince Consort, members of The Royal
Family, TM The King and The Queen of the Netherland.
Event :At kl 14.45 ,Conference on ‘A socially coherent society’, Aalborg University, Copenhagen.
Participants :TM The King and The Queen of the Netherlands and TRH The Crown Prince Couple.
Details :Denmark and the Netherlands have both been successful in establishing a socially coherent society: “Happiness and wellbeing – challenges and solutions”. In the session leading academic scholars will present their research on Denmark and the Netherlands.
(Text: IPC/ Royalhuset. Photo: Zhong Min Peng)

The Royal Couple of The Netherlands visit Bispebjerg Hospital

At Kl 04. 45 pm of Wednesday ,18 March 2015,Their Majesties King Willem-Alexander and Queen Máxima have been then visit Bispebjerg Hospital. The hospital is undergoing a major expansion and, when completed, have takken one of five mega-hospitals in Denmark. The new complex has been characterised by efficiency and the highest level of service. The King and Queen have attend a presentation about the mega-hospital’s organisation and design, and visit the stands of Dutch and Danish companies that hope to contribute to the project.
Bispebjerg Hospital lives up to international standards for quality development and safety. Since 2002 the hospital has been accredited by the American organization Joint Commission – a non-profit organization established to improve the safety and quality in the care and treatment offered by hospitals internationally.
(Text: IPC. Photo: Zhong Min Peng)

Queen Attends The Royal Guard parade

At 2.00 pm of mar, 11,2015, H.M. The Queen Margrethe II of Denmark   attends The Royal Guard parade & presents the “Queen clock” to the Guardsman at the Life Guards Barracks, Gothersgade, Copenhagen. Denmark.
(Photo: Zhong Min Peng)

Crown Princess speaks the World Bank 8 Public Private Dialogue Workshop 2015

Her Royal Highness Crown Princess Mary of Denmark speaks during the opening of the conference held in conjunction with the World Bank 8 Public Private Dialogue Workshop 2015 on the 10th Mar ,2015 at the House of Industry, Copenhagen. Denmark.
(Photo: Zhong Min Peng)

Crown Prince opens the EWEA Offshore Congress

HRH Crown Prince Frederik of Denmark with Denmark’s Minister, Martin Lidegaard for Foreign Affairs . Climate and Energy Minister Rasmus Helveg Petersen and industry representatives open the EWEA (European Wind Energy Association) Offshore Congress 2015 on the 10th Mar ,2015 at the Bella Center, Copenhagen, Denmark. Wind energy Network
EWEA is the voice of the wind industry, actively promoting wind power in Europe and worldwide. It has over 600 members, active in over 50 countries, including wind turbine manufacturers with a leading share of the world wind power market, plus component suppliers, research institutes, national wind and renewables associations, developers, contractors, electricity providers, finance and insurance companies, and consultants.

Ewea Offshore

The world’s largest offshore wind energy conference and exhibition, is a biennial event that unites the whole of the wind energy value chain under one roof. And, what better place to hold the next event than Denmark – home to the world’s first ever commercial offshore wind farm and the second largest offshore wind market.
EWEA OFFSHORE attracts thousands of offshore wind energy professionals from Europe and beyond from manufacturers, developers, operations and maintenance, and logistics and installation – come to EWEA OFFSHORE 2015 to meet your industry.
Networking events at EWEA OFFSHORE 2015.
EWEA is devoted to delivering business intelligence by creating opportunities for knowledge sharing and business networking in the wind industry. So, whether you want to source a new supplier, find a business partner, learn more from industry’s leading CEOs or catch up on new developments, you’ll be able to choose from a range of conference sessions and networking events at EWEA OFFSHORE 2015.
(Text: EWEA, Photo: Zhong Min Peng)

Crown Princess opening of Gronningen’s 100th anniversary exhibition

Her Royal Highness Crown Princess Mary of Denmark has been visited at The Free Oslo Exhibition Building in the opening of Gronningen’s 100th anniversary exhibition on the 7th Mar ,2015, in Copenhagen, Denmark.
This is One of Denmarks biggest artist cooperatives can be this year celebrated their 100 years jubilee. The exhibition opens today and will take place at both Den Frie Centre of Contemporary Art and Museumsbygningen.
(Photo: Zhong Min Peng)

Mary participates in a language conference

At 09 30 am of Mar.2 ,2015, Her Royal Highness Crown Princess Mary of Denmark participates in a language conference with the Mary Foundation at The Black Diamond, Copenhagen. Denmark.
HRH The Crown Princess Mary Who is the Chairman of The Mary Foundation in Denmark..
(Photo: Zhong Min Peng)

Crown Princess Mary happy on the occasion of this year’s Rare-Day

At 09.30 am of February 26, 2015, Her Royal Highness Crown Princess Mary of Denmark participates in the Rare Disorders association’s event on the occasion of this year’s Rare-Day, organized by Disability Organizations House, in Taastrup, Denmark.
(Photo: Peng Zhong Min)

Crown Princess Mary visiting CIFF RAVEN

Crown Princess Mary of Denmark has been visited CIFF RAVEN during the coming edition of the trade show in Forum Copenhagen.
Friday 30th January 2015 at 11.45, Forum Copenhagen, Frederiksberg

ABOUT CIFF RAVEN

As the latest development in its continuing evolution, CIFF is proud to introduce CIFF RAVEN – a brand new, sharply curated menswear and lifestyle platform in the cultural hotspot of Copenhagen, Denmark.
RAVEN is a new menswear community that brings together fashion, cuisine, design, art and culture. In a world that has become increasingly digitized and solitary, RAVEN captures the zeitgeist and inspires street culture in innovative ways, resulting in a community-driven experience and a holistic men’s lifestyle concept.

Located at Forum Copenhagen, this artfully curated trade show offers 4800 sqm of exhibition space and encompasses, under one roof, more than 100 menswear brands showcased in a “village” of sleek, minimalistic bungalows. Complementing the progressive architectural setup of the fashion displays there will be a projection room dedicated to visual art and film, a creative concept space featuring lifestyle products made exclusively for RAVEN, and a selection of Copenhagen’s finest cuisine. Our aim is for RAVEN to act as an eclectic sampling of Danish culture, as well as a microcosm of a city in which various cultural spheres gather, intersect and redefine each other. RAVEN translates this vision into stylish and innovative concepts, drawing on current vibes to create a platform that will leave a lasting mark on the fashion and lifestyle industries.

Over the past two years, CIFF has unveiled a brand new image and approach, and CIFF RAVEN will continue to position Copenhagen as an international menswear destination for brands, buyers, press and other members of the fashion industry.
(Text: CIFF RAVEN ; Photo: HASSE FERROLD)

Crown Princess attendees the 2015 Cancer Society Merit Award

At 06.10 pm of February 4, 2015,   Her Royal Highness Crown Princess Mary of Denmark attendees the 2015 Cancer Society Merit Award in connection with World Cancer Day at the Playhouse, Copenhagen. Denmark.
A committed Princess Mary presented the Cancer Society Merit Award 2015 to two talented prize winners who received high praise in the way of her.

– Getting cancer is an overwhelming experience in every sense. Suddenly you need to find all the mental and physical resources forward. You must go through a demanding treatment, and most people experience anxiety and concern about what will happen if the treatment works and for the future. Fortunately, there is help and support to retrieve it, whose life and today is changed once afflicted by cancer.

Crown Princess Mary got into the many cancer patients’ place when she gave a speech on World Cancer Day, which was marked by the Cancer Society in Playhouse Wednesday evening with the presentation of the Danish Cancer Society Merit Award 2015.
The proud laureates who received plenty of praise for their strenuous efforts of the royal guest of honor this year was Julie Midtgaard, psychologist and senior researcher, and Morten Quist, research physiotherapist and graduate in health sciences.

They were chosen for their hard work to research that exercise has numerous beneficial effects on cancer patients and to provide a framework under which patients can exercise together.
Crown princess Mary presented the Award
(Text: RoyalDish.com. Photo: Zhong Min Peng)

H.R.H. Prince Joachim attends in the presentation of DI’s Initiative

At 12.30 pm of Jan. 21 ,2015 , HRH Prince Joachim of Denmark participates in the award ceremony of the Initiative Prize given by the Confederation of Danish Industry at the House of Industry Copenhagen. Denmark.
(Photo: Zhong Min Peng)

Royal Couple attend the show “The Magic Flute”.

At 19.00 pm of Jan. 15, 2015,HER MAJESTY THE QUEEN Margrethe II & HIS ROYAL HIGHNESS THE PRINCE CONSORT Henrik attend the show “The Magic Flute” on the occasion of the opera’s 10th anniversary at the Opera, Holmen, Copenhagen. Denmark.
(FOTO : HASSE FERROLD)

Princess Marie Attends Prizes of The “Prix litteraire des Ambassadeurs”

At 16.00 pm of Jan. 14, 2015,HRH Princess Marie of Denmark attendees prizes of the “Prix litteraire des Ambassadeurs” at the Canadian Embassy, Copenhagen. Denmark.

(Photo: Zhong Min Peng)

Prince Joachim Attends Danish Motorsport Award

January 14, 2015, H.R.H. Prince Joachim of Denmark attends the Danish Motorsport Award 2015 at the Circus Building, Copenhagen. Denmark. H.K.H. PRINS JOACHIM AF DANMARK OVERVÆRER DANSK MOTORSPORT AWARD 2015 i Cirkusbygningen KL. 18.45 den 14. januar 2015 i København.
(Photo: Zhong Min Peng)

Christiansborg Palace’s of Denmark The Royal Reception 2015

The Royal Reception For The Diplomatic 2015

Danish Royal Family on New Year’s reception 2015

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100th anniversary celebration the Danish national festival

The Royal Family attend the celebration of Grundloven 100th

HRH Prince Joachim participated at the celebration of The International Peacekeepers Day

Prince Consort participated in Export Association’s 50th anniversary

The Royal Couple participates the Life Guards Band

The Queen turns 75 years old with Press meeting at Fredensborg Castle

The Queen Margrethe II awarded gift of the National Museum

Queen Margrethe II of Denmark marks her 75th birthday Official reception at Copenhagen’s City Hall

Her Royal Highness Crown Princess participates in the selection of Maternity Foundation

Copenhagen to Commemorate Anzac Day

Anzac Day is one of Australia’s most important national commemorative occasions. It marks the anniversary of the first major military action fought by Australian and New Zealand forces during the First World War. Between 2014 and 2018 Australia will commemorate the Anzac Centenary, marking 100 years since our nation’s involvement in the First World War.

Anzac Day is the principal day of remembrance in Australia and New Zealand for those who lost their lives in the ill-fated Gallipoli campaign of World War I and in subsequent military conflicts. Anzac Day 2015 is of special significance as it marks the 100th anniversary of the landing of the Australian and New Zealand troops (known as ‘ANZACs’) on the Gallipoli peninsula in Turkey.

The aim was to capture the Dardanelles, the gateway to the Bosphorus and the Black Sea. At the end of the campaign, Gallipoli was still held by its Turkish defenders. Thousands lost their lives in the Gallipoli campaign: 87,000 Turks, 44,000 men from France and the British Empire, including 8500 Australians and 2779 New Zealanders.

The Anzac Centenary is an important opportunity to build on the Anzac Legacy, and to provide a greater understanding of the freedoms and values Australia and New Zealand fought for, where troops from both countries served and the reasons two countries, seemingly remote from the conflict in Europe, participated in World War I and have since participated in subsequent conflicts across Europe, in the Asia Pacific region and in the Middle East and Africa.

The Anzac centenary is one of many military anniversaries in 2015 as we mark 100 years, 75 years and 70 years from events that happened in 1915, 1940 and 1945 respectively. It is an opportunity for all Australians to reflect upon and learn more about Australia’s history, it’s nation-building and aspects of national identity, as well as to examine the lasting impact of military service on those who have served, on their communities and on the nation as a whole. It is an opportunity to honour our military personnel and to remember those who have made the ultimate sacrifice in the service of our nation and of securing peace and freedom.

Commemoration in Denmark.

The Australian Embassy has traditionally held a ceremony in Copenhagen to commemorate Anzac Day.
In addition to acknowledging the origins of Anzac Day in the Gallipoli campaign we also gather on 25 April to mark the deaths of over 100 Australians and New Zealand air force personnel who were killed in action during World War II and are buried in Denmark.
The Embassy has organised a special commemoration for 2015.

This year Her Royal Highness The Crown Princess of Denmark will join Australia’s Ambassador to Denmark, Norway and Iceland, Mr Damien Miller, members of the diplomatic corps and several hundred Australians and New Zealand community members at a memorial service taking place at 1000 hrs at the Copenhagen Citadel.
The Service will be led by the Venerable Frederick Charles Ailwood, Archdeacon Emeritus (retired) of the Diocese of Brisbane in Queensland, Australia.

The service will be followed by a wreath-laying ceremony at the soldier memorial to the Commonwealth Fallen of WWII, erected by the people of Denmark, which stands at the entrance to the Kings Gate of the Citadel.

(Text: Australian Embassy in Copenhagen; Photo: Zhong Min Peng)

Crown Princess Mary participates opening of the Festival of Research DTU

Crown Prince participates in a memorial service

Crown Princess visits EAPC

Princess Benedikte names the new rose

Princess Marie Bakes With School Children

Queen Margrethe visited the exhibition “H”

The Royal Couple participates the Life Guards Band

Prince Consort participated in Export Association’s 50th anniversary

H.R.H. Prince Joachim participated at the celebration of The International Peacekeepers Day

The Royal Family attend the celebration of Grundloven 100th

100th anniversary celebration the Danish national festival

Crown Prince participates in the School Olympics final event

Royal wedding Swedish Prince Carl Philip has married ex-reality star Sofia

Royal Couple Attend A Gala Celebration in Copenhagen

Crown Prince couple attend a special performance

Crown Princess participates rådgiverdag

Queen Margrethe Denmark participates in a reception

Crown Princess Mary attends the ceremony of the University Startup World Cup Prize

Queen presents the Queen Ingrid Research Prize at Amalienborg

Crown Princess Participates in Conference on Welfare

H.R.H. Crown Prince has attend the events of Tordenskiold’s 325 years birthday

The Christmas Stamp 2015 designed by Queen

Crown Prince Couple Family Attended the Annual Hubertus Hunt

Prince Couple Present the King Christian IX Fund prizes

Opening of The Nordic Summit 2015 by H.R.H. Crown Princess Mary

Royal Couple Attended Boys Sacred Night number 800

Prince Joachim opens CBS Cand

Prince Joachim award the scholarships

Danish Royal Couple Visit University of Copenhagen

The Queen Presents an Artistic Collaboration

Crown Princess participates in the Children’s Day + eBoks’ tennis event

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Mary attends the Maternity Foundation ceremony

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Crown Princess of Denmark lightning the Christmas tree

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