On Tuesday, Princess Marie attended her first meeting as Special Cultural Representative for the Danish Embassy in Paris. Read more below.
Princess Marie met with Culture and Press Council Klaus Ib Jørgensen at the Denmark House and visited the exhibition hall Le Bicolore to discuss future projects and collaborations. This is part of Princess Marie’s role as part of the embassy’s “Team for Partnerships”, which aims to promote Danish interests by strengthening relations between Danish and French cultural actors.
Princess Marie wore her Maje blazer over a black outfit.
The Danish court also announced the schedule for Queen Margrethe’s Golden Jubilee celebrations which will take place in 2022. While events will take place during the entire year to celebrate the Queen, here is the program for the main part of the celebrations in January 2022.
Monday, 10 January
The Queen holds a press conference at Amalienborg.
Thursday, 13 January
The Queen opens the exhibition “A Queen’s Jewel Case” at The Royal Danish Collection – Amalienborg Museum.
Friday, 14 January
The Queen and The Crown Prince begin the day with a Council of State at Christiansborg Palace.
The Queen, together with The Crown Prince Couple and Prince Joachim and Princess Marie, participates in the Danish Parliament’s celebration of the jubilee.
Later the same day, there will be a wreath laying ceremony at Frederik the 9th and Queen Ingrid’s gravesite at Roskilde Cathedral in connection with the 50th anniversary of Frederik the 9th’s death.
Saturday, 15 January
The Queen and the royal family appear on the balcony of Christian IX’s Palace at Amalienborg in connection with the changing of the guard at 12:00.
The Queen rides in a coach to Copenhagen’s City Hall, where there will be a celebration and official luncheon, and where The Queen will appear on the city hall’s balcony.
The jubilee is marked in the evening with a command performance at the Old Stage of the Royal Danish Theatre. The Queen arrives for the festive evening in a coach from Amalienborg, escorted by the Guard Hussar Regiment’s Mounted Squadron. The command performance will be transmitted by DR.
Sunday, 16 January
Celebratory church service at Church of Our Lady – Copenhagen Cathedral.
In the evening, The Queen holds a gala dinner at Christiansborg Palace in which the royal family, foreign guests and representatives of official Denmark will participate. The gala dinner will be transmitted by TV 2.