The royal family keeps the tradition by just: How to get christmas this year

Marselisborg Palace in Aarhus, has traditionally formed the frame, when the Danish royal family celebrates the holidays. And it will be the also in years. T

The royal family keeps the tradition by just: How to get christmas this year

Marselisborg Palace in Aarhus, has traditionally formed the frame, when the Danish royal family celebrates the holidays.

And it will be the also in years.

Thus, the royal christmas dinner again this year taken on just Looks, and even though prince Joachim and princess Marie currently has a permanent residence in Paris, then comes queen Margrethe of denmark to celebrate christmas with both his sons.

'the Queen takes the 20. december stay at the castle and celebrate the feast together with kronprinsfamilien as well as prince Joachim and princess Marie with children,' reads a press release from the royal family.

Earlier this month met B. T. princess Marie, when she, as patron of the danchurchaid attended the organization's christmas event.

Here hinted to the princess that christmas would be celebrated in Denmark.

"I think that we keep christmas in Denmark," it sounded from the from the busy princess at the time.

on Tuesday told the Queen likewise, about the common royale juleplaner, when she participated in a press conference in occasion of the upcoming ballet 'the snow queen', which Her Majesty has designed the scenography and costumes for.

Like the Looks in many years has formed the framework for julefejringen, so has the menu at the royale on christmas eve, as a rule also been the same.

however, There is talk about a dinner that probably differs somewhat from many Danish traditional christmas dinner. The past year has there been julegås on the menu instead of the juleand, many danes eat.

instead of "risalamande" has the royal family also tradition to eat rice pudding with the almond in.

While the Queen and the family lives on the Looks, there will be a changing of the guard at the royal life guards every day over christmas at 12 o'clock, informs the royal family.

Updated Date: 23 November 2019, 09:00

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