At 18 sets queen Margrethe out true to form at the right front of the camera and makes ready to hold his new year speech number 47 and wish the danes a happy new year.
just as she usually does.
But this year, there are individual deviations from the 'usually'.
first, it keeps the minister speech at Fredensborg Castle, and not the Amalienborg palace, as it is otherwise the norm. This is due to there is transformation at Amalienborg castle in copenhagen, and that the 78-year-old majesty, therefore, has a residence at Fredensborg.
in Addition, it is the first time that it is the first time that the minister keeps the traditional speech as a widow. She lost, as you know, her husband for over 50 years 13. February of this year, when prince Henry passed away at the age of 83.
the royal Family took leave of prince Henrik from the Christiansborg palace Chapel. Photo: Jan Sommer
But Henry is in the spirit.
It reveals the royal family on his Instagram profile on Monday night. Here it appears that prince Henry's sculpture 'La Main du Createur' (the Creator's hand), is set forth on the table, where the queen will hold his speech.
Prince Henry the made sculptures for many years, but only began to show them off to the public late in life. Several of them are in the castle gardens at Marselisborg and on the French Château de Cayx. On the occasion of the royal couple's golden wedding was the sculpture Miss Fredensborg set up in the private part of the garden at Fredensborg Slot.
however, There are also many other of Henry's sculptures located in public places in Denmark - among other things, in Aalborg Congress and Culture Center as well as at the Tønder town Hall.
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In 1996, created Prince Henrik of the sculpture “La Main du Createur” (the Creator's hand), that this evening is set forth on the table, where Her Majesty the Queen at 18: 00 will hold its 47. in the new year. The royal family
On Instagram, the image of the sculpture in a matter of minutes garnered many 'likes' and positive comments from the royal family 268.000 followers.
'What a fine gesture!', write a woman.
'Beautifully to commemorate prince Henry on the way', writes another.
Queen Margrethe and prince Henrik along to the opening of their joint exhibition Pas De Deux Royal at Aros aarhus kunstmuseum in 2013. Photo: Henning Bagger/Ritzau Scanpix
the Royal family has on the whole had a good time in his Instagram profile, in the course of christmas, where each day up to christmas was 'released' a new little story about the fun items found around in the royal chambers.
One of the doors was to create a part the frankincense, as it contained a indianerdragt.
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