Prince Joachim sent christmas greetings to my Nikolai and Felix' in the radio

On christmas eve bar the radio channel P4 the stamp of a quite special voice in the course of the seven-hour-long feature 'While we wait'. Prince Joachim wa

Prince Joachim sent christmas greetings to my Nikolai and Felix' in the radio

On christmas eve bar the radio channel P4 the stamp of a quite special voice in the course of the seven-hour-long feature 'While we wait'.

Prince Joachim was among the danes, who sent christmas greetings in the radio, and he did it under very specific conditions.

It is usually preposterous to charge a royal 'you', but it did the hosts, Anders Bisgaard and Dennis Johanneson.

"In the year that we have a special guest here in the 'While we wait'. A gentleman that we here in the autumn got to know from a new angle as historievært on a number of applications on the DRK."

Then tinted the Prince's voice over the airwaves. The hosts played a small part of the program 'Prince Joachim tells'. But before he came in direct from our studio in Aarhus, enough time to pick out Dennis Johanneson.

"We may need to say. We had the voice of a tiltaleform of. Normally one would say 'the' to a prince of Denmark. But he would like to be familiar with both the danes and you and me, Anders."

First they talked with the Prince on the tv program, as several people have praised. The prince gave the impression that he was part of a 'dream team'. He also praised our behind the program.

Prince Joachim, who held christmas at Marselisborg, admit also, that it 'tastes like more', when he asked if he would like to do more tv.

After a small musical break ask the hosts to the royal family's traditions on christmas eve. And christmas day starts off in the year in the Aarhus Cathedral.

It is, according to the Prince a very 'sensual' experience. Then go christmas really started, and like so many other danes, the royal family also have full bellies.

"When we go to the table, we start with the rice pudding. It hangs firmly. It is not someone who will fail," he says.

He can lift the veil that they do not dance around the christmas tree. But there will be both sung christmas carols and julesalmer at Marselisborg in Aarhus.

And christmas is always also a little kept after the pace, which the small children can stick to. The program ends with, he sends a small greeting.

"I would like to be allowed to send two. A 'bredsendt' to all P4-listeners today with a wish of a merry christmas," he says, and concludes:

"And then a very special one for the two in the family, not in the evening my Nikolai and Felix. Merry christmas.

You can listen to the whole program here.

Updated Date: 25 December 2019, 07:00

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