Alexandra welcomes Joachim documentary: 'It's exciting'

Prince Joachim is praised to the skies for his appearance in his new documentary about the history of denmark. And now he can also add his ex-wife to fanskare

Alexandra welcomes Joachim documentary: 'It's exciting'

Prince Joachim is praised to the skies for his appearance in his new documentary about the history of denmark.

And now he can also add his ex-wife to fanskaren.

the Countess is not slow to praise on her ex-husband for the big project, as he threw himself into, when he chose to make the documentary.

"Well, (it is) great. It must have required so much time," said a happy countess Alexandra as B. T. met her on Wednesday evening in the Bremen Theatre in Copenhagen.

Here she has even held its preliminary final lecture about his book 'My happy land'.

the Lecture took place at the same time that the first subparagraph of prince Joachim documentary "Prince Joachim says' rolled across the screen.

the Countess had therefore not been achieved to see the program, she told.

"No, I'm here – I'm not all sorts of other places," it said grinning from Alexandra, who had both taken his youngest son, prince Felix, and some friends, who were to attend the lecture.

But she is still not in doubt that the programme with the prince Joachim of denmark will be good.

"He is very knowledgeable, so I think it will be an exciting program," she says and tells that prince Joachim has told her about the documentary.

Both prince Joachim and countess Alexandra has traveled around in Denmark in connection with their book and documentary projects.

But although it may seem as if prince Joachim little has copied its ekskones idea, then it is not the case.

It is assured the director of the documentary, Anna von Lowzow, en B. T. spoke with her prior to the documentary. According to Anna von Lowzow was the idea for the documentary born for more than seven years ago.

Prince Joachim of denmark will be especially praised for showing a new and less rigid side of himself in the documentary, which is in six sections.

"I think he does it exceptionally well. He is ready and comfortable. He is himself. He is a bit proper and old-fashioned, but he is not such a rigid and insistent. He is not forced in any way. I'm surprised how good he is," has kongehusekspert and historian Sebastian Olden-Jørgensen previously stated to the B. T.

the First section of the 'Prince Joachim tells' were posted in DRK Wednesday at 20.45.

Updated Date: 23 November 2019, 08:00

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