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Queen Margaret's Christmas plans revealed: This is how she spends the holidays

Queen Margrethe will have to do without her eldest grandchildren at Christmas this year, but she will not let that spoil the holiday mood.

Aarhus – Queen Margrethe II's (81) royal Christmas table is much thinner this time than in the past. Nevertheless, the Danish regent does not let this take away the joy of the festival of love. In the meantime, the palace has officially announced where and with whom the head of state will celebrate Christmas. * reveals who is keeping Queen Margrethe company on the Christmas holidays.

The Danish monarch has to do without a few beloved faces this Christmas. Her eldest two grandsons Prince Nikolai (22) and Prince Felix (19) will not be with the royal family on the holidays, but instead spend time with their mother Countess Alexandra von Frederiksborg (57). According to media reports, if the corona pandemic allows, they plan to celebrate together in London. Margaret's son, Prince Joachim (52), will probably not come to Denmark either. According to information from "Se og Hør", he wants to stay in France, his adopted home country, with his wife Princess Marie (45) and the children Henrik (12) and Athena (9) over Christmas. But of course the regent is not all alone on the days around December 24th. * is an offer from IPPEN.MEDIA.

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