Queen Margrethe II DenmarkThe celebration of half a century on Friday is cut short by restrictions placed upon Danish authorities by the coronavirus epidemic.
Margarita, 81 years of ageShe was second only to Christian IV (1588-1648), to the Danish throne. She also visited Roskilde Cathedral west of Copenhagen where she laid a wreath upon his grave Parents, King Frederick IX, and Ingrid.
The Danish monarch, Frederick, was in Roskilde with her sons Joachim and Joachim. She was accompanied by their wives and one of her sisters, Princess Benedict.
Most scheduled eventsThis includes a gala dinner with European royalty guests and a carriage ride through Copenhagen. It was moved to September.
The pandemic has marred the 80th birthday of Margrethe Alexandrine Þórhildur Ingrid, whose full name is April 2020, due to the then shutdown of economic and social activities and public Restricted by gatherings, she opted for another popular way of bathing.
There are thousands of Danes But they sang to him in parks and balconies. European royals also sent video messages of congratulations, thanks to a popular initiative, which was spread via social networks or directly from their homes.
Birthdays and other tributesHis people often gathered thousands of fellow citizens to reflect his high status among the population that valued him. His ability to modernize and his judgment are testament to his abilities.A solid institution.
According to a poll released this week by the conservative Jyllands–Posten 72% of Danes favour maintaining the monarchyThe incident occurred at a Danish institution that is far from scandalous.
Her late husband caused the most recent incident almost five years ago.Prince HenryHe made his well-known complaints about being slighted as a consort into an accusation of the Queen. She was accused of taking him for a fool and disrespecting him while he reaffirmed his love for her.
The Danish royal family discovered that Henry had Alzheimer’s and was withdrawing his public engagements. Henry died a few months later after a tumor was found. His wish to not be buried in the Royal Pantheon is honored.
His half-century reign was not marked by any noteworthy outbursts. Some minor controversy arose from his Christmas speech.