Prince Joachim and Princess Marie at French embassy in Copenhagen

Prince Joachim of Denmark, Princess Marie of Denmark and their children Prince Henrik, Princess Athena. Prince Nikolai and Prince Felix pay tribute to victims in front of the French embassy in Copenhagen on November 14, 2015 the day after the terrorist attack in Paris. (At least 129 people were killed and 352 injured, 99 of them seriously, in the Paris attacks on the evening of November 13, official sources reported.)
Prince Joachim of Denmark, Princess Marie of Denmark and their children prays tribute to victims in front of the French embassy in Copenhagen

7 comments:

  1. NOUS SOMMES TOUS FRANÇAIS, NOUS SOMMES TOUS PARISIENS.
    VIVE LA FRANCE!
    VIVE LA LIBERTÉ!

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  2. I wonder where are GB monarchs? They don't give a sh..... Charles? Camilla? William? Kate? Anyone???

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    1. Charles and Camilla were in Perth, Australia at that time.

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  3. Jolanta0024, the answer to your question is readily available in the press. Practice browsing royals, so you can keep up to date.
    Our royals across all nations show politeness, respect and good manners to people all over the world.... in sad contrast with the rudeness shown in your comment.

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  4. Well I don't have time to browse through all the internet. That's why I'm subscribing to blogs like this one. Well...I went on Google...not a single word about GB Royals showing up at the embassy of France. Prince Charles asked for a minute of silence during his birthday celebration :) good job :)

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  5. Finally...today....4 days later :)

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