THANK YOU JAZZY!!!
I finally got to see part 2. Marselisborg is lovely, it looks like a home. She seems to love it a great deal. I love how the house is many styles and patterns put together. The old videos and photos that were showcased were lovely to see. (I have never seen her with short hair before...) I love that she does flower arrangements. It appears she designs and does needle point as well. I am assuming some of those painting were her own art and I though they were well done.
I have to state categorically though, there is no way I would have that statue of the couple in the middle of having intercourse in my house or garden.... No way... The documentary kept coming back to the little version in the house and the large version in the garden like it was the centerpiece of the whole place... No way....
I think she really loves that man (Henrik)... I hope he gets over what has come over him and comes back home to her to stay...
You are welcome Louise and marie louise.I too enjoyed the documentaries-
From the Marselisborg doc:
Yes she did needlepoint for those cushions and was explaining that she took an aerial perspective of the area. She has also painted their Chateau in Cayx and one of those paintings was on the wall.She is very specific about how things should be and re-arranges them to suit herself. Henrik also llikes re-arranging the living room. That castle is open to the public when the royals are not in residence and as you could see people scratch notes to her in the rose garden. I don't know how that works, i.e does the gardener /landscapper supervise that
. Frederik lived in one of the houses(coach house? on the grounds when he was at ?rhus uni. Margrethe lived in the dorms. Both mother and son feel connected to ?rhus.
To me she looks frail and lonely. I could see that she misses Henri and was feeling pretty nostalgic and reflective. Maybe thats why they kept showing that erotic sculpter that Henri made and presented to her?