Queen Margrethe II attended the Royal Life Guards' Parade 2020

Queen Margrethe attended the Royal Life Guards' Parade at Marselisborg. Marselisborg, is a royal residence of the Danish royal family
Queen Margrethe II attended the Royal Life Guards' Parade 2020 at Marselisborg Slot and presented the "Queen's Clock" to one guard for his exceptional service. Normally, the parade takes place at the Royal Life Guard barracks in Gothersgade, Copenhagen, but this year the parade was held for the first time at the Queen's Queen's Aarhus Castle.
Queen Margrethe attended the Royal Life Guards' Parade at Marselisborg. Marselisborg, is a royal residence of the Danish royal family
Marselisborg Slot, is a royal residence of the Danish Royal Family in Aarhus. It has been the summer residence of Queen Margrethe II since 1967.
Queen Margrethe attended the Royal Life Guards' Parade at Marselisborg. Marselisborg, is a royal residence of the Danish royal family
Queen Margrethe attended the Royal Life Guards' Parade at Marselisborg. Marselisborg, is a royal residence of the Danish royal family
At the parade, the Queen presented a clock to the guard who was honored for having been a good friend and a capable soldier. The handing over of "The Queen's Clock" has been a tradition since 1970. The event was performed with fewer people present than usual due to the coronavirus situation.
Queen Margrethe attended the Royal Life Guards' Parade at Marselisborg. Marselisborg, is a royal residence of the Danish royal family

12 Comments

  1. I love Queen Margrethe, but think this dress does not flatter her. It does look cool and comfortable, though.

    ReplyDelete
    Replies
    1. Totally agree with you. Summery dress but not flattering.

      Delete
  2. La reine porte des robes-chemisiers depuis toujours ,elle les aime et elle a raison.

    ReplyDelete
  3. Les rayures de couleur blanche et lilas conviennent très bien à la Reine ; avec les mocassins d'été blancs confortables, elle a beaucoup d'allure !

    ReplyDelete
  4. The Queen is lovely, however her outfit is not suitable for the occasion. It looks far too casual, though the shoes are good for walking on rough stones.

    ReplyDelete
    Replies
    1. To tell the Queen that what she is wearing is not suitable...... unbelievable.

      Delete
  5. I think she looks great, I love the dress, so summery. A classic shirt dress is always un style.
    Chel

    ReplyDelete
  6. I think that she looks lovely in her breezy dress. AUTHENTIC AND UNPRETENTIOUS.

    ReplyDelete
  7. She looks wonderful, happy, casual. Not dressed to the nines like the english queen. Unpretentious and how good is that. At one with her people who love her. Well done. And I'm from Australia.

    ReplyDelete
  8. I love this dress, it is very becoming on her, and so summery. She looks well and happy.

    ReplyDelete
  9. To see the pictures brings back a lot of great memories from my two tours of duty guarding Marselisborg slot in the summer of 1979.
    From Canada.

    ReplyDelete

Post a Comment

Previous Post Next Post