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  1. 14 de ene. de 2022 · Queen Margrethe and Prince Henrik stayed married for over 50 years, until his death in 2018. Her Golden Jubilee on January 14 will mark the first such event without Prince Henrik by her side.

    • 30 s
    • Margrethe’s Early Life
    • Henri’s Early Life
    • “He Came, He Saw, You conquered.”
    • The Engagement
    • Wedding Preparations
    • Festivities in Copenhagen and The Bornholm Deer
    • The Wedding Ceremony
    • The Wedding Attire
    • After The Ceremony
    • Wedding Guests and Attendants

    Margrethe Alexandrine Thorhildur Ingrid was born at Copenhagen’s Amalienborg Palace on April 16, 1940, the eldest of three daughters of King Frederik IX of Denmark and his Swedish wife, Ingrid. Named for her deceased maternal grandmother, Crown Princess Margaret of Sweden, Margrethe was also the name of the first queen regnant of Denmark and engine...

    Margrethe, Henrik, Mary, and Frederik in front of Henrik’s childhood home in Hanoi, Vietnam Henri was born on June 11, 1934, in Talence, France. His parents, Count André de Laborde de Monpezat and Renee Doursenot, were members of the French nobility. Renee had previously been civilly married to another man before her marriage to Andre; her first ma...

    When asked once by a journalist as a young woman when she would find her husband, the amused Margrethe replied, “Wouldn’t it be fairer to ask when will he be finding me?” Margrethe had no way of knowing that her husband would indeed find her rather than the other way around. Before her engagement, Margrethe also confirmed during an interview with t...

    Margrethe received from Henri a Van Cleef and Arpels engagement ring featuring two large square-cut diamonds set at a diagonal. Set on a yellow gold band, the diamonds were said to be six karats each. On October 4, 1966, the Danish Parliament gave their approval of the marriage. It was noted that even the socialist candidates consented to the marri...

    When the engagement was initially announced, it was speculated the wedding would take place on May 24, the wedding anniversary of Margrethe’s parents. The ceremony was originally scheduled to take place on May 25, 1967, but was later postponed to June 10, 1967, due to Margrethe’s sister Anne Marie’s pregnancy. Anne Marie gave birth to Crown Prince ...

    In the weeks of early wedding planning, the residents of the Danish island of Bornholm contacted Frederik with a unique proposal to feed the guests at the upcoming wedding. At the time, the island had a considerable overpopulation of deer. In hopes of reducing the herd, the islanders proposed that the wedding menu include venison and invited Freder...

    The wedding was held in the late afternoon of June 10, 1967, with the majority of wedding guests leaving Amalienborg between 3:30 and 4:30. The wedding procession started at Amalienborg Palace and stretched all the way to Holmens Kirke. Two thousand police officers were assigned to watch the streets along the procession out of concern of anti-royal...

    Margrethe’s dress was designed by Danish dressmaker Jørgen Bender, who was well-known in the Danish royal court. The close-fitting, long-sleeved white silk gown featured a square neckline and deep pleats at the hips, which created a flared skirt. On the front of the dress was a piece of heirloom lace that had originally belonged to Margrethe’s gran...

    Margrethe and Henri rode in the carriage through Copenhagen, accompanied by 44 mounted hussars. The new couple waved to the crowds flanking the streets along the route, just as the bride and her father had done during the processional. During the recessional, a hussar accompanying the couple was thrown to the ground after his horse bolted, but he w...

    The wedding was attended by 900 guests, a number of whom were royal and prestigious, including three kings, two queens, fourteen princesses, and thirteen princes from around Europe. One of the most notable absences was King Constantine II and Queen Anne-Marie (Margrethe’s youngest sister) of Greece. 1967 was the year of a coup d’etat in Greece, lea...

  2. 10 de jun. de 2021 · Crown Princess Margrethe and Henri de Laborde de Montpezat married on 10 June 1967 in the Holmen Church in Copenhagen. The wedding ceremony lasted 20 minutes as Margrethe wished her wedding...

  3. 10 de jun. de 2017 · Happy 50th Wedding Anniversary to Queen Margrethe II and Prince Henrik of Denmark, who got married on this day in 1967. Take a look at scenes from their wedding below-Embed from Getty Images. Then Crown Princess Margrethe rode in a State Coach with her father through the crowd-lined streets of Copenhagen.

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  5. Royal Wedding of Queen Margrethe II and Prince Consort Henrik 1967 Part 1 RoyalLife CZ 71.8K subscribers 846K views 7 years ago Her Majesty The Queen and His Royal Highness The Prince Consort...

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