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Greetings from Danes living and working in Denmark, Greenland, The Faroe Islands, New Zealand, Boltenhagen/Mecklenburg, at Amalienborg, Spain,

Rheindürkheim Germany, London, Berlin, Denver Colorado, Nigeria, Switzerland watching the New Year's Speech

 

https://kongehuset.dk/foto-video/danskerne-ser-hm-dronningens-nytaarstale-1

 

 

 

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https://www.billedbladet.dk/kongelige/danmark/dronningens-nytaarstale-saa-du-det-soede-billede-i-baggrunden

 

In Queen Margrethe's New Year's speech in 2021, the regent included emphasis on the corona pandemic and omikrons intake with more restrictions, climate challenges and identity issues

 

On a more personal level, she said thank you for the warmth the entire royal family has encountered throughout the year. 

The special image in the background

In addition to the speech itself, there was also a very special photograph in the frame that made itself particularly noticeable.

On the queen's left side behind her was a picture of her eldest son, Crown Prince Frederik. 

 

The Crown Prince was mentioned warmly several times in the New Year's speech. Among them when the queen spoke about the Reunification Celebration, which she, together with the Crown Prince and Prince Christian, participated in. 

 

You can click here and replay the speech, where you can see the cute photograph on the left in the picture. 

 

The New Year's speech was given by the Queen from her reception room in Christian IX's Palace at Amalienborg in Copenhagen. 

 

After the speech, the Life Guards played the traditional belief "King Christian stood by the high mast".

 

 

 

 

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