Queen Margrethe II’s eldest son returns from a trip on his special day. How does he want to spend the rest of the day and what is he planning for Pentecost?
After the coronation of the British King Charles III. He is the oldest heir to the throne in Europe: The Danish Crown Prince Frederik turned 55 on Friday. According to the royal family, the eldest son of Queen Margrethe II (83) should return from a trip to Niger in West Africa on his special day, and then he wanted to spend the rest of the day privately with his family.
Numerous people from Denmark and from all over the world congratulated him via Instagram on Friday, including from Australia, where Frederik met his wife, Crown Princess Mary, during the Olympic Games in Sydney in 2000. The popular couple has four children: Prince Christian (17), Princess Isabella (16) and twins Prince Vincent and Princess Josephine (12).
It will be sporty for the heir to the throne on Whit Monday: Then the Royal Run will take place again in several Danish cities, which the sports enthusiast Frederik launched for his 50th birthday. This time more than 90,000 people have registered for the fun run. Frederik runs as planned in Apenrade, Herning and Copenhagen.
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