http://herognu.dk/kongeli...fra-hjemmet-det-gor-ondt/Princess Elisabeth forced from home: It hurts
The princess has to leave his beloved home
Princess Elizabeth was glad she could be allowed to stay in his magnificent villa on Gl. Queen Langgaards All in Holte, for she had celebrated his 80th birthday early this month. But since then, she has had more than enough to do to pack his home through 33 years into the boxes.
- The house is sold. I could not sit in it anymore, so I'm going out, even if it hurts. Fortunately, the Queen has asked Dame Building in Sorgenfri available to me. I come back to the area where I grew up, but not to my childhood home, which of course was the castle itself. It is hard to move, and I can not exactly say that I cheer recognize a sad princess Elisabeth.
Princess's house was put up for sale for less than two years ago at a cost of 13.9 million kroner. Since it was put down several times and ended up at almost 10 million. Princess Elisabeth does not want to say whether it is the price she has received for the villa.
The beautiful old villa from 1916 and look to Vejlesø, and the 80-year-old princess does not hide that it is hard for her to say goodbye to his beloved house.
- But there's nothing to do about it, says the princess, daughter of Crown Prince Knud and hereditary princess Caroline Mathilde and thus cousin to Queen Margrethe. On June 1, she put her name tag with 11 names on the door of the Ladies' Building, located at Sorgenfri. For many years the house became the setting for Count Christian and Countess Anne Dorte home. They died with only seven months apart in 2013 and 2014 and has since Dame building stood empty. It is now set beautifully in a position inside and out.
- So it comes perhaps enough to go. It may be that I come to cheer again, says Princess Elisabeth dry for HER&NU.Source: HER&NU