June 10Royal Couple celebrates 45th wedding anniversary
Queen Margrethe and Prince Henrik is today Sunday 10th June celebrating 45 years anniversary, called Saphire wedding.
Despite the prestigious title of being royalty the wedding anniversary was celebrated in private, quietly and without much spectacle. But the couple who have just completed their summer cruise with the national flag, will certainly celebrate the day with good food and good wine, maybe add a few good friends and a game of bridge, at Fredensborg Castle, where Prince Consort will also celebrate his 78the birthday the day after.
It is evident that this is a couple with deep harmony and with still a lot of respect and deep feelings for each. Not that the Queen and Prince Consort display their emotions often in public view, but their joy in each other can not and will not hide.
Often you can even see the queen looking affectionately at her husband, almost lovingly, and it is also clear that the Prince Consort is more than ordinary happy with his wife, whom he did not hesitate to hug, kiss or hold on in public - or write ardent poems about.
The examples of the couple, despite 45 years together in marriage and nearly as many in their common job for Denmark, still has a good, solid marriage are many. Displayed there have been crises and disagreements, but never worse than the Queen and the Prince in the community has been able to solve them and find the glow and the joy of each other again.
- The horizon was in flames, said the Queen again about meeting and falling in love with the beautiful French nobleman, whom she met at a wedding in Scotland, and it seems that the royal couple will celebrate on Sunday their sapphire wedding and 45 years together in good and bad times, as one still happily married couple.
A married couple who complements each other, inspire each other, spar together, work together, but also provide space for one another and place of marriage, which was concluded in Holmen's Church 10th June 1967 - after eight months of engagement.
In short, a married couple who loves each other and who has managed to continue to love each other, since they said their vows in front of the whole of Denmark 10th June 1967 - after nearly two weeks of festivities before the wedding with several dinners at Fredensborg Castle, dinner parties at Christiansborg Castle, the festival performances at the Royal Theatre and dance at the French Embassy.