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  1. On Saturday, 26 May, it will be 50 years since His Royal Highness The Crown Prince was born as the son of the then-successor to the throne, Princess Margrethe, and Prince Henrik. On his birthday, The Crown Prince will come out on the balcony of Frederik VIII’s Palace at 12.00 noon together with Her Royal Highness The Crown Princess, their four children and Her Majesty The Queen. The Royal Life Guard will carry out the changing of the guard on Amalienborg Palace Square.
  2. H.M The Queen and The Crown Prince Couple - 3:00 pm On 24 May, the Crown Prince Couple and the Queen participate in the unveiling of a new portrait of The Crown Prince at The Museum of National History at Frederiksborg Palace. The new portrait will be the centrepiece of an exhibition with the portraits of the Australian artist Ralph Heimans. The exhibition “Ralph Heimans Portraits” displays a substantial part of the artist’s works, which include a portrait of HRH The Crown Princess, members of the British royal family and international personalities. In connection with The Crown Prince’s 50th birthday, the museum also opens the exhibition “HRH Crown Prince Frederik – Prince of Denmark”, which through clothing and pictures tells about The Crown Prince with a focus on the events and themes that are central in The Crown Prince’s life story.
  3. On 21 May, The Crown Prince participates in the running event Royal Run. Royal Run takes place in the cities Aalborg, Aarhus, Esbjerg, Odense and Copenhagen/Frederiksberg. Those interested can sign up for runs of two different distances, One Mile (1,609 km) and 10 km. The Crown Prince begins the day in Alborg by running in a One Mile race, and afterwards The Crown Prince continues on to Aarhus, Esbjerg and Odense, and will likewise run One Mile races in these places. The Crown Prince ends the day in Copenhagen and Frederiksberg by running 10 km through the city.
  4. On 26 May, The Queen hosts a gala banquet at Christiansborg Palace on the occasion of The Crown Prince’s 50th birthday with the participation of the royal family as well as guests from Denmark and abroad.
  5. "Under bjælken" Under the beam- A portrait of Crown Prince Frederik By Jens Andersen to be published November 1. 2017 "In eight chapters - Boy, Teenager, Academician, Frome, Erobrer, Family Fare, Sports Man and King - Jens Andersen tells about Crown Prince Frederik's life. From the birth at Rigshospitalet in the midst of the youth revolt in 1968 to the modern family community in Frederik 8th Palace to today, where a mature and strong Crown Prince is ready for the great task that for many years was an oath for the Crown Prince. Under the beam - a Portrait of Crown Prince Frederik is an unusual book about an unusual person in an unusual situation in life. It is based on talks and journeys with Denmark's future king during a year and a half, as well as a series of interviews with his wife, brother, parents, private circle, former chief of court, Crown Prince Haakon or Norway and Crown Princess Victoria of Sweden. The book goes close to Crown Prince Frederik's strong-willed struggle to reconcile to his destiny and role, portrays his many manifestations with himself and his surroundings and follows the personal journey from rebel boy and shy young man to a frogman and happy father to four."
  6. Robin Utrecht always has good photos
  7. When the Crown Prince Couple arrive at the gala banquet on 26 May 2018 at Christiansborg Palace, it will be in a coach from the Royal Mews, escorted by the Guard Hussar Regiment’s Mounted Squadron.
  9. A gallery
  10. Danish cyclist association (or something like that) sending their greetings
  11. Quoting Stig at SRMB (thanks): " the publication has been a secret until today, because it's Mary's surprise to her husband. The book contains some of her private photos, but mostly professional photos by four photographers often used by the royal family (Franne Voigt, Marc Høm, Steen Evald and Steen Brogaard)"
  12. New book out today. You can see it in the short video. It's a book with photos of Frederik from the past 25 years. The Crown Princess has contributed with private photos.
  13. "Pro Rege Et Grege" The motto of The Royal Life Guards - "For the King and the people" 18 years ago in Eritrea. The poster has some nice things to say (in English)