Moves for the second time in six months

At the end of April, the Danish royal family announced that Crown Prince Frederik (52), Crown Princess Mary (48) and their four children, Prince Christian (15), Princess Isabella (13), Prince Vincent and Princess Josephine (9), had moved from Amalienborg castle.

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– From Friday 24 April 2020, the Crown Prince and Crown Princess together with their four children will have a residence in the Chancellery at Fredensborg Castle, where their royal heights will reside in the coming months, the royal house’s announcement stated.

Furthermore, the press release stated that the Crown Prince’s family had long had a desire to stay in the Chancellery for extended periods.

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On the move – again

The Crown Prince and Crown Princess took over the Chancellery after they got married in 2004, and had the place as the main residence until the house at Amalienborg was completed after extensive renovation in 2010.

The Crown Prince Couple’s two eldest children, Prince Christian and Princess Isabella, thus spent their first years of life here.

Now, however, the Crown Prince’s family is on the move again.

MOVING AROUND: Here you see the whole family of six, consisting of Crown Prince Frederik, Crown Princess Mary and their four children, Princess Isabella, Princess Josephine, Prince Vincent and Prince Christian. Photo: Franne Voigt
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According to Billed Bladet, the Crown Prince’s family will move back to Frederik VIII’s mansion at Amalienborg Castle in Copenhagen.

This has not happened in eight years

– The Crown Prince and Crown Princess are moving with their children back to Amalienborg this week. The family has had a home in the Chancellery since April 24, the Danish royal house’s communications manager Lene Balleby informs Billed Bladet.

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The news comes a few months after the Crown Princess did her first official assignment after the summer holidays. Together with the World Wide Fund for Nature (WWF), she was to release 50 stingrays for the first time in Danish waters.

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The handshake attracted attention

During the visit, she also did something that made more people close their eyes. The future queen shook hands with WWF’s general secretary, Bo Øksnebjerg.

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In the video of the incident, the 48-year-old is seen stepping out of a car, before she walks straight away and shakes hands with the general secretary. She then takes care of her hair. Then she reaches out to a woman, who responds by saying no.

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Shortly afterwards, Mary admitted the miss on Instagram. In a longer post, she shared two photos of herself with a face mask.

THE ROYAL HOUSE: In August, Crown Princess Mary (48) did her first official assignment after the summer holidays, which ended very thinly after she shook hands with WWF Secretary General Bo Øksnebjerg.
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“Yesterday I was in Grenaa on my first official visit after the summer holidays. On water and in the air it went well, but on land it slipped for me, and I unfortunately came to shake hands. It reminded me how important it is that we help each other live up to the recommendations. Take care of yourself, and take care of each other “, was among what she wrote.

However, it is not just the Crown Princess who has made headlines in recent months. In mid-October, it was his son Prince Christian (15), who received massive attention.

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Charmed the royal fans

On the occasion of the prince’s birthday on 15 October, new pictures of the birthday child were published. It was clear that the prince had styled himself for the photo shoot, which consisted of a total of four photos.

They were taken by photographer Franne Voigt, and showed the prince in everything from suit jackets to more casual outfits. He posed amusingly in three of the pictures, but stepped in with a wide smile on one.

NEW PICTURES: Prince Christian turned 15 in mid-October. On that occasion, new pictures of the prince were published. Photo: Franne Voigt / The Danish Royal Family
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It was perhaps not so strange that he smiled broadly: When he turned 14 last year, he had regulation. He has now taken it off, and he therefore undoubtedly needed to show the result. Several pointed out that he is like cheated out of the nose of his mother, Crown Princess Mary.

SMILE: Prince Christian has had regulation, but this has now been removed. He has every reason to smile. Photo: Franne Voigt / The Danish Royal Family
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The pictures obviously fell in love with many, because the comment field was overflowing with compliments.

‘What a great guy. He has the friendly eyes of his parents. We can be very proud of him “, commented one.

‘Wow, what a handsome, handsome young man. With a great smile “, had another commented.

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