Queen Margrethe presented the Queen Ingrid Research Prize 2020

Queen Margrethe II of Denmark. Chief physician Ellen-Margrethe Hauge and Aalborg University Hospital clinical assistant  Rasmus Westermann
On October 9, 2020, Queen Margrethe II of Denmark presented the Queen Ingrid Researcher Prize 2020 and the Queen's special research scholarship. The Queen Ingrid Researcher Prize is awarded annually in connection with the International Rheumatism Day to a person working in Danish rheumatology research.
Queen Margrethe II of Denmark. Chief physician Ellen-Margrethe Hauge and Aalborg University Hospital clinical assistant  Rasmus Westermann
The award was presented at Amalienborg Palace to professor and chief physician Ellen-Margrethe Hauge for her extraordinary contribution to research relating to rheumatoid arthritis. The prize was established in 1978 to mark Queen Ingrid's 25-year career as a patron of the Arthritis Association. Queen Margrethe has since then taken over her mother's patronage.
Queen Margrethe II of Denmark. Chief physician Ellen-Margrethe Hauge and Aalborg University Hospital clinical assistant  Rasmus Westermann
As patron of the Arthritis Association, Queen Margrethe also presented Her Majesty the Queen's special research scholarship to Rasmus Westermann, clinical assistant at the Department of Rheumatology at Aalborg University Hospital. The research scholarship is given to a young research talent and is a gift from the Arthritis Association on the occasion of the Queen's 80th birthday.
Queen Margrethe II of Denmark. Chief physician Ellen-Margrethe Hauge and Aalborg University Hospital clinical assistant  Rasmus Westermann

9 Comments

  1. She wears a beautiful jacket.

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  2. I love the fall color and texture of the Queen’s outfit. She looks lovely.

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  3. I love the cut of the jacket and the mix of prints with the checked blouse, but I don’t think this colour is all that good against her pale skin. (V.M.)

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  4. Queen Margrethe's checked blouse coordinates very well with the jacket and skirt. Her turquoise earrings and brooch add brightness to her outfit. I have noticed that lately the Queen is seated more often during her audiences/presentations. I hope she is well.

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  5. Maria from Italy10/10/20, 5:56 PM

    I really like this Queen!
    Such and elegant and smiling lady!

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  6. She always looks so genuine and happy for those revering an award, great regal qualities as well as appropriate choice of outfit.

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  7. the two check pieces do not fit together. They look like one was the afterthought. The Queen is lovely, but the color is rather drab, and the two check parts dont work well together, however he smile overcomes the clothing.

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  8. I just love HM's check combination. So elegant

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