henrik prince consort of denmark

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

Prince Vincent (6 years old) of Denmark , Prince Christian (11 years old) of Denmark , Prince Consort Henrik of Denmark , Queen Margrethe II , Princess Isabella (10 years old) of Denmark and Princess Josephine (6 years old) of Denmark pose for a picture with Prince Henrik’s dachshund Tilla and her eight puppies at Fredensborg Palace in Fredensborg , Denmark 🐕 -August 27th 2017.
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Puppies 🐶🐕💚.

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The Current Monarchs + their weddings:

  • Queen Elizabeth + Prince Philip (Duke of Edinburgh)- November 20th, 1947
  • King Juan Carlos + Queen Sofia of Spain- May 14th, 1962
  • Queen Margrethe + Prince Consort Henrik of Denmark- June 10th, 1967
  • King Harlod + Queen Sonja of Norway- August 29th, 1968
  • King Carl XVI Gustaf + Queen Silvia of Sweden- June 19th, 1976
  • Grand Duke Henri + Grand Duchess Marie Teresa of Luxembourg- February 14th, 1981
  • King Abdullah II + Queen Rania of Jordan- June 10th, 1993
  • King Philippe + Queen Mathilde of Belgium- December 4th, 1999
  • King Willem- Alexander + Queen Maxima of the Netherlands- February 2nd, 2002
  • Prince Albert II + Princess Charlene of Monaco- July 1st, 2011

The 1st in line to the thrones + their weddings

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April 7th, 2017 || Yesterday, HRH Princess Marie was awarded the highest French honor at the French Embassy in Copenhagen by French Ambassador to Denmark, Francois Zimeray. Marie was made a Grand Officer of the Order of the Legion of Honour, the second highest rank of the order. She joins the ranks of her mother and father-in-law, Queen Margrethe II and Prince Consort Henrik, who are the Grand Cross of the Order of the Legion of Honour, the highest rank of the Legion. Marie was joined by her husband, parents, brothers, and father-in-law for her big day. 

Marie, like her father-in-law, is a French native and was awarded the order as a foreigner. In 2008, when she married Prince Joachim, Marie renounced her French citizenship in order to become a Princess of Denmark. The Princess said this was a huge honor for her and wanted to share it with her patronages, family, and staff.

In connection with his 50th birthday next year, a new book on Crown Prince Frederik titled “Under bjælken - Et portræt af Kronprins Frederik” by Jens Andersen has been released.

The book includes exclusive interviews and trips from the Crown Prince. As well as exclusive interviews from his innercircle including interviews from Crown Princess Mary, Crown Princess Victoria of Sweden, Crown Prince Haakon of Norway, Prince Joachim, Queen Margrethe II and Prince Consort Henrik.