NewsAfter Queen's funeral: Danish Queen has Corona

After Queen's funeral: Danish Queen has Corona

Created: 09/21/2022 Updated: 09/21/2022, 6:12 p.m

Königin Margrethe II.
Queen Margrethe has been Denmark’s head of state since 1972. After the Queen, she is the longest reigning monarch in the world. © Mads Claus Rasmussen/Ritzau Scanpix Photo/AP/dpa

After the Queen’s funeral service with around 2,000 invited guests from all over the world, Queen Margrethe contracted the corona virus. Your activities for this week have been cancelled.

Copenhagen – The Danish Queen Margrethe II (82) tested positive for the corona virus after attending the funeral service for Britain’s Queen Elizabeth II. The Danish royal family announced on Wednesday that she is now staying at Fredensborg Palace, a good 30 kilometers north of Copenhagen.

Their activities this week have been canceled accordingly. An event planned for Friday evening with government, parliament and European Parliament representatives at Christiansborg Palace – seat of the Danish Parliament – will now be held with Crown Prince Frederik and Crown Princess Mary as hosts.

Since the death of the British Queen, Margrethe has been considered the longest reigning monarch on earth. She had sat in the first row of the foreign royals at a funeral service for the Queen in Westminster Abbey in London alongside her son Frederik and the royal couple from Sweden. Sitting directly across from her on the other side of the coffin was the new British King Charles III. dpa

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