Hamlet (The Tragedy of Hamlet, Prince of Denmark), William Shakespeare
Often regarded as Shakespeare’s greatest play and the world’s most iconic tragedy, Hamlet has been intriguing audiences, actors, directors, and scholars across the world since its 1599-1602 completion date.
The Danish Royal Family and the Greek Royal Family celebrating Christmas Eve together at Fredensborg Palace. Picture courtesy of Prince Achileas-Andreas of Greece and Denmark.
(L-R, left side of the table:) Princess Tatiana of Greece and Denmark; ~*~some man~*~ who didn’t bother to show his face; Princess Alexandra of Berleburg; Crown Princess Mary of Denmark; someone with blonde or grey hair; Princess Alexia of Greece and Denmark; possibly Princess Benedikte of Denmark leaning over to talk to… Crown Prince Pavlos of Greece?; lots of people I can’t see; and a boy at the end, possibly either Prince Christian of Denmark or Prince Odysseas-Kimon of Greece and Denmark. (R-L, right side of the table:) Prince Joachim of Denmark; Queen Anne-Marie of Greece; some man who decided to hide behind a candle; Queen Margrethe II of Denmark; AGAIN some lad hiding from the camera; Princess Marie of Denmark; lots of people hidden by candles; Princess Maria-Olympia of Greece and Denmark; and royal kids.