By Zhong Min Peng and Henning Sandberg Okholm
Queen Margrethe II of Denmark held a memorable concert party for Prince Henrik. This is a grieving and very moving event. Before the celebration started, the Queen kept a speech to say thank you.
The closed event takes place on February 20, 2019 at Fredensborg Palace Church, Denmark.
On February 20, 2019, the Queen of Denmark held a memorial service at Fredensborg Castle Church in Fredensborg, Denmark, about 40 km north of the Danish capital.
The celebration of the anniversary meeting was held on the occasion of Prince Henry’s funeral one year earlier.
A year ago, Prince Henry died and was buried in the Castle Church in Fredensborg. Queen Margrethe II of Denmark would have remembered that, and show her need for Prince Henrik by holding a memorial with a concert party.
His Royal Highness Prince Henrik was buried in Christianborg Castle Church. Her Majesty the Queen held a memorial meeting for Prince Henrik at Fredensborg Palace. Therefore, Her Majesty invited the Queen, the Royal Family members, Crown Prince Frederik, Crown Princess Mary, Prince Joachim and Princess Marie, and the close friends of Prince Henrik and other representatives to attend the memorial concert in Fredensborg Castle Church.
Here, the Royal Danish Academy of Music is responsible for performing the concert’s music program. The show reflects Prince Henry’s lifelong interest in the music he loved so much. After the concert, the Queen ended with a party at Fredensborg Castle.
Prince Henrik, compared to the French descent of Queen Margrethe II of Denmark, was 83 years old. one died shortly before Valentine’s Day 2018.
The Crown Prince met up happily even though it was his father, His Royal Highness Prince Henrik who remembered.
His Royal Highness Crown Prince Frederik of Denmark is the throne heritage after Her Majesty Queen Margrethe II of Denmark.
Her Majesty Queen Margaret II of Denmark expressed her condolence, and offered a wreath to the Royal Palace.
According to Prince Henry’s wish, his body was cremated, and one part of ash was placed in Danish waters, after which the other half was laid in Fredensborg Castle’s gardens.
His Royal Highness Prince Henrik served with his Majesty the Queen of Denmark in 1979 and 2014 for a state visit to China. His Royal Highness Prince Henrik has a great interest in Asian culture and art and spoke Chinese.
When Prince Henrik of Denmark died, the boy and their two sons, Crown Prince Frederik and Prince Joachim followed him. For the past fifty years, His Royal Highness Prince Henrik has contributed to Denmark’s and Denmark’s interests.
Photographer: RoyalPress Zhong Min Peng