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Queen Margrethe II: she follows in the footsteps of her ancestors

Queen Margrethe II has been on the Danish throne for almost 50 years. Many ancestors have already taken their places there in front of her.

Copenhagen – As regent of Denmark, Queen Margrethe II (81) has an impressive family tree that goes back centuries and is not exactly easy to remember. An entertaining history lesson of a different kind is just what you need.

In one of her most recent appearances, Queen Margrethe II took a look into the past and got to know a special ancestor of the Danish royal family better. The monarch came out as a film fan and was seen in the Imperial Cinema in Copenhagen. The program there was the premiere of the film “Margrete den Første” (Eng: “Margarethe the First”), which captures the life of Margaret I (59, † 1412) on canvas. * gives an insight into the turbulent life of Queen Margaret II’s predecessor.

As the pictures on the royal family’s Instagram account show, leading actress Trine Dyrholm (49) and director Charlotte Sieling (61) received the high-profile visitor on the royal blue carpet, followed by the screening in the cinema. The historical film team was supported by the Dronning Margrethes og Prins Henriks Fond founded by Prince Henrik (83, † 2018) and Queen Margrethe II, which among other things supports cultural projects. * is an offer from IPPEN.MEDIA.

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