NewsDanish royal family: happy appearance at Prince Christian's confirmation

Danish royal family: happy appearance at Prince Christian's confirmation

In the presence of his parents Mary and Frederik, his siblings and his grandmother Queen Margrethe II, Prince Christian was confirmed in the Fredensborg Palace Church.

Fredensborg – The date had to be postponed several times due to the corona pandemic, now it worked in the third attempt: Prince Christian of Denmark (15) was finally confirmed on May 15 *. The royal family around Margrethe II (81) couldn't be more proud.

The Danish royal family arrived at the Fredensborg Palace Church in high spirits and festively dressed. The service under the direction of Bishop Henrik Wigh-Poulsen (61) began punctually at 11:00 a.m. The focus of the event was of course the confirmation person, Prince Christian. The smart teenager cut a particularly good figure in his dark blue suit. Crown Princess Mary (49), Crown Prince Frederik (52) and Christian's younger siblings Isabella (14), Vincent (10) and Josephine (10) accompanied the 15-year-old on his big day in perfectly coordinated outfits.

As so often, the royal splash of color was marked by Queen Margrethe. The confirmand's grandmother added a loud accent and appeared in a pink coat with a matching hat. * 24royal.de is an offer from IPPEN.MEDIA.

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