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  1. Dagmar is described as lively and intelligent, sweet but less beautiful than Alexandra, and better at painting and drawing than her sisters, who, on the other hand, were more talented in music. Upon the death of King Frederick VII in 1863, Dagmar's father became King of Denmark, as she turned 16 years old.

  2. Margarida II (em dinamarquês: Margrethe II: Copenhague, 16 de abril de 1940), é a rainha da Dinamarca desde 1972. A filha mais velha do rei Frederico IX e sua esposa, a princesa Ingrid da Suécia, ascendendo ao trono após a morte de seu pai e se tornando a primeira mulher soberana da Dinamarca desde Margarida I no século XV.

  3. Princess Louise of Sweden and Norway was born on 31 October 1851 at the Royal Palace in Stockholm. She was the first child born to the then Crown Prince Charles of Sweden and Norway and his wife, Princess Louise of the Netherlands.

  4. Princess Dagmar, Mrs. Castenskiold: Christian X; Children Frederick IX Hereditary Prince Knud Grandchildren Princess Elisabeth Prince Ingolf, Count of Rosenborg Prince Christian, Count of Rosenborg: Frederick IX; Children Margrethe II Benedikte, Princess of Sayn-Wittgenstein-Berleburg Anne-Marie, Queen of the Hellenes: Margrethe II

  5. Connie Nielsen nació en Dinamarca, pero se trasladó a los diez años de edad con su familia a la pequeña ciudad de Elling en Vendsyssel. Con tan solo 15 años debutó en Dinamarca en el teatro. A los 18 años se trasladó a París para continuar su carrera como actriz. Allí apareció en una serie de televisión en 1988.

  6. Princess Athena of Denmark, Countess of Monpezat (Athena Marguerite Françoise Marie; born 24 January 2012) is a member of the Danish royal family.She is the younger child and only daughter of Prince Joachim and Princess Marie of Denmark.

  7. The wedding of Albert Edward, Prince of Wales, and Princess Alexandra of Denmark took place on 10 March 1863 at St. George's Chapel, Windsor Castle.It was the first royal wedding to take place at St. George's, and the last wedding of a prince of Wales until Prince Charles and Lady Diana Spencer's 1981 wedding.