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♔ Future Kings and Queens of Europe ♕

Elisabeth ➞ Belgium ♕

Catharina-Amalia ➞ the Netherlands ♕

Ingrid Alexandra ➞ Norway ♕

Christian ➞ Denmark ♔

Leonor ➞ Spain ♕

Estelle ➞ Sweden ♕

George ➞ the United Kingdom ♔

The Future of Royalty

Princess Elisabeth, Duchess of Brabant (born 2001) 1st in line to the Belgian throne

Catharina-Amalia, Princess of Orange (born 2003), 1st in line to the Dutch throne

Ingrid Alexandra, Princess of Norway (born 2004), 2nd in line to the Norwegian throne after her father

Prince Dipangkorn Rasmijoti (born 2005), 1st in line to the Thai throne

Prince Christian, Count of Monpezat (born 2005), 2nd in line to the Danish throne after his father

Leonor, Princess of Asturias (born 2005), 1st in line to the Spanish throne

Princess Estelle, Duchess of Östergötland (born 2012), 2nd in line to the Swedish throne after her mother

Prince George of Cambridge (born 2013), 3rd in line to the British throne after his grandfather and father

Jigme Namgyel Wangchuck, Crown Prince of Bhutan (born 2016), 1st in line to the Bhutan throne

August 24, 2018–Faroe Islands Day 2–Princess Josephine attaches herself to her mother, nearly taking her out. Thankfully, Princess Isabella was there to catch? them.

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The Danish Crown Prince Family has started their official visit to the Faroe Islands today. Everyone is wearing their own traditional costumes.

  • The Crown Prince’s traditional costume was donated by the Faroe Islands Governor and Lagting. The distinctive feature is the west, which is red and with different embroideries in blue shades with leaves in different green tones.
  • The Crown Princess’ national costume was donated by the Faroe Islands National Assembly and Legislation in 2005 when Her Royal Highness was on her first visit to the Faroe Islands. The traditional costume consists of an apron and scarf of dark green wool and with a marguerite pattern. The matching knitted sweater with snowflakes is in red and black. The silver is designed specifically for the Crown Princess.
  • Prince Christian’s national costume is a gift from Tórshavn Municipality and the silver is a gift from the Faroe Islands country council and the Faroe Islands. The vest has an old Faroese pattern and is red and embroidered in purple and yellow flowers with leaves in different green shades.
  • Princess Isabella’s national costume is a gift from the municipality of Sunda and the silver is a gift from the Faroe Islands country council and the Faroe Islands. The national uniform consists of an apron, a scarf and a hat in blue wool. 
  • Prince Vincent’s national costume is a gift from the Municipality of Runavík and the silver is a gift from the Faroe Islands country council and the Faroe Islands. The prince’s national costume is characterized by a red vest with an old Faroese pattern. 
  • Princess Josephine’s national costume is a gift from the municipality of Klaksvík and the silver is a gift from the Faroe Islands country council and the Faroe Islands. The national uniform consists of an apron, a scarf and a hat of blue wool. 

Photo: Kongehuset ©

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The Danish Royal Family arriving to celebrate Prince Nikolai’s 18th birthday aboard the Dannebrog on August 28, 2017. Crown Prince Frederik is not in attendance because he is in South Korea for IOC Coordination Commission meetings.

Photo by Ole Jensen - Corbis via Getty Images

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Crown Princess Mary of Denmark wasn’t wildly interested in a hug from her eldest son, Prince Christian, after he and his brother, Prince Vincent, had just held a massive salmon during the family’s visit to the Faroe Islands on 25 August 2018 🤣

The Crown Prince Family of Denmark, including Crown Prince Frederik, Crown Princess Mary and their 4 children Princes Christian and Vincent and Princesses Isabella and Josephine post their support for the Invictus Games. Oct. 11, 2018


Crown Prince family flags for Invictus Games Sydney 2018.

From October 20th to 27th 

Sunday afternoon at Fredensborg Palace!  

The Danish Royal Family posted this adorable photo of Queen Margrethe II and Prince Consort Henrik with the Crown Princely Children and Henrik’s dog Tillia and her puppies on the grounds of Fredensborg. || August 27, 2017

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Today Queen Margrethe II of Denmark celebrates her 78th birthday.
Amalienborg, Copenhagen, 16/03/2018.

Photos: Kongehuset ©, Mads Claus Rasmussen, Ritzau Scanpix ©, Patrick van Katwijk/Getty Images.