Prince Henrik reveals a new sculpture at Royal Theatre

Danish Prince Prince Consort Henrik revealed a new sculpture on 'Staerekassen' at the Royal Theatre in Copenhagen. Queen Margrethe, Crown Prince Frederik with his children Prince Christian and Princess Isabella, Prince Joachim, his son Prince Felix and Princess Marie attended the unveiling of sculpture at Royal Theatre.
Queen Margrethe, Crown Prince Frederik with his children Prince Christian and Princess Isabella, Prince Joachim, his son Prince Felix and Princess Marie at unveiling of sculpture at Royal Theatre
Queen Margrethe, Crown Prince Frederik with his children Prince Christian and Princess Isabella, Prince Joachim, his son Prince Felix and Princess Marie at unveiling of sculpture at Royal Theatre
Queen Margrethe, Crown Prince Frederik with his children Prince Christian and Princess Isabella, Prince Joachim, his son Prince Felix and Princess Marie at unveiling of sculpture at Royal Theatre
Queen Margrethe, Crown Prince Frederik with his children Prince Christian and Princess Isabella, Prince Joachim, his son Prince Felix and Princess Marie at unveiling of sculpture at Royal Theatre
Queen Margrethe, Crown Prince Frederik with his children Prince Christian and Princess Isabella, Prince Joachim, his son Prince Felix and Princess Marie at unveiling of sculpture at Royal Theatre
Queen Margrethe, Crown Prince Frederik with his children Prince Christian and Princess Isabella, Prince Joachim, his son Prince Felix and Princess Marie at unveiling of sculpture at Royal Theatre
Queen Margrethe, Crown Prince Frederik with his children Prince Christian and Princess Isabella, Prince Joachim, his son Prince Felix and Princess Marie at unveiling of sculpture at Royal Theatre
Queen Margrethe, Crown Prince Frederik with his children Prince Christian and Princess Isabella, Prince Joachim, his son Prince Felix and Princess Marie at unveiling of sculpture at Royal Theatre
Queen Margrethe, Crown Prince Frederik with his children Prince Christian and Princess Isabella, Prince Joachim, his son Prince Felix and Princess Marie at unveiling of sculpture at Royal Theatre
Queen Margrethe, Crown Prince Frederik with his children Prince Christian and Princess Isabella, Prince Joachim, his son Prince Felix and Princess Marie at unveiling of sculpture at Royal Theatre
Queen Margrethe, Crown Prince Frederik with his children Prince Christian and Princess Isabella, Prince Joachim, his son Prince Felix and Princess Marie at unveiling of sculpture at Royal Theatre
Queen Margrethe, Crown Prince Frederik with his children Prince Christian and Princess Isabella, Prince Joachim, his son Prince Felix and Princess Marie at unveiling of sculpture at Royal Theatre, Princess Marie wore Valentino dress, wedding dreses, jewelery
Queen Margrethe, Crown Prince Frederik with his children Prince Christian and Princess Isabella, Prince Joachim, his son Prince Felix and Princess Marie at unveiling of sculpture at Royal Theatre
Queen Margrethe, Crown Prince Frederik with his children Prince Christian and Princess Isabella, Prince Joachim, his son Prince Felix and Princess Marie at unveiling of sculpture at Royal Theatre
Queen Margrethe, Crown Prince Frederik with his children Prince Christian and Princess Isabella, Prince Joachim, his son Prince Felix and Princess Marie at unveiling of sculpture at Royal Theatre

4 comments:

  1. And it's supposed to mean?????

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    1. Okay, now I want to know also. Anyone able to enlighten us?

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  2. Henrik is only a prince, changed his title over a month ago as we have told before. And Lizzie it's called Main Avec Lyre(the hand with the lyre), as we all can see. Fitting since this is where The Band of the Royal Life Guards have their rehearsals.

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  3. Prince Christian and Princess Isabella are lovely children. It is a dreadful phrase, however appropriate, they are the "spitting image" of their Father.

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