When the crown prince and the Queen lets himself photographed in front of the prey from the kongejagten, so it's not just an age-old tradition. It is actually also at the same time quite modern.
It takes one of Denmark's most brandingeksperter, Henrik Byager, which do not see any problem in that the royal family go hunting and then lets himself photographed in front of the spoils.
on the Contrary, fits the over one hundred year old royal tradition just fine with today's hottest trends, he stresses.
"The hunting has become very trendy, and something that many people do. If only it is done in a sound way, so is kongejagten no problem at all," he says.
In Germany aroused the photos from Wednesday's kongejagt in Gribskov indignation.
Sladdermagasinet Promiflash took note of the fact that the Queen, crown prince Frederik and crown princess Mary along with their hunting party posed in front of a number of dead animals, which were hunted on the hunt.
'Shocking' and 'a terrible sight for all animal lovers,' said among other things in the article.
Henrik Byager calls for sobriety, and he is convinced that the vast majority of danes find it quite in order, to Frederick go hunting with his friends.
It is, in his opinion, at least not anything that harm the royal family.
although kongejagterne is an over 170 year old tradition, then hits the straight down in a trend, where hunting is becoming more and more popular.
"On the one hand, hunting has become very trendy. It is no longer only reserved for the Maksibet people on the land, or the nobles. There are still more that will get the hunting license and the members of the hunting associations increases. Today, we see it just as much as a physical and mental exercise to go on the hunt, and it becomes a part of it to get out in nature with the other," he explains and adds that the vast majority of danes consider it to make a healthy regulation of the stock as something positive.
On the other hand, there is the green, vegan wave, where hunting does not fit as well into, he explains.
"There is also another trend in which there are several, who are opposed to shoot and eat animals, and it is a completely legitimate point of view, if you don't think our navy should shoot the animals," he says, and adds, that it is not all that the majority of danes find themselves.
not B. T. s readers can get worked up over the hunt. On Facebook commenting on the users diligently, whether it is in order to go hunting or not.
this sounds pretty much unanimous in that it is a natural thing to do, and the royal family's chasing even a part of a historic tradition.
However, many furious that the germans call the game of 'reindeer.' There is, as we know, no reindeers in Denmark, so no need to fear for julefreden and Santa's the best way. It is namely red deer, you can see in the picture.Date Of Update: 22 November 2019, 22:01