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Queen Margrethe and Crown Princess Mary host military dinner

21 days ago   |   By Royal Central

Queen Margrethe has hosted the Royal Danish Army's dinner of honour at Fredensborg Castle. Crown Princess Mary also attended the event. The arrival of the Queen and the Crown Princess was announced with royal fanfare. The Queen's dog was also present at the dinner to the great delight of the guests.
During the dinner, on September 26th 2021, 52 guests were invited. The dinner consisted of three dishes and classical music was performed by the army orchestra in honour of the guests and the royals. The guests gathered in the grand hall at Fredensborg Castle, in Zealand.
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