Denmark will soon have a new king: the current one will take over on Sunday Crown Prince Frederick in the name of Frederick X. His mother's sceptre Queen Margrethe II In his New Year's address, the monarch surprisingly announced his intention to abdicate on his 52nd birthday. The handover is done by the Prime Minister of Denmark Mette Frederiksen Frederick was proclaimed king. There are no coronations in Denmark. The change of throne marks a major historical event in Denmark.
This royal family is expected at Frederick's coronation
However, Frederick's coronation would be far less extravagant than that König Charles III. And Camila Last May. King Frederick X and Queen Mary They are to receive “specially invited guests” at Christiansborg Palace at 2:30 p.m. However, noble guests are not expected.
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For example, the Swedish royal family declared Margrethe's cousin King Charles XVI. Gustaf, Queen Silvia, Crown Princess Victoria And Prince Daniel Will not travel to Denmark. The Swedish royal couple also did not receive an invitation to the coronation ceremony, a court spokesman explained. Margaret Thorgren Opposite Express: “As it is a national matter, the focus is on Denmark and the Danish accession to the throne and the Danish people.”
Also of Norway Crown Prince Haakon And Crown Princess Mette-MaritDutch royal couple Willem Alexander And Maximum, King Philip And Queen Matilda Belgium and King Charles, Queen Camilla, Prince William And Princess Kate It got louder Look and listen Not invited to the coronation.
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A change at the top of the state is certainly a big step for the people of Denmark. The popular, art- and literature-loving King Margrethe II sat on the country's throne for more than half a century. Her stubborn, extravagant and unconventional nature made her popular among Danes for decades. Like her distant cousin Queen Elizabeth II of Britain, who will die in September 2022 after 70 years in office, she has long refused to abdicate. With the queen's death, Margrethe became the world's longest-reigning monarch. However, a back surgery last February and subsequent rehab may have contributed to a change in thinking.