DENMARK! Pay attention, this one is for you Now you can see scandal-movie about Mary on Danish television.
Princess Mary is a involuntary protagonist in the Australian television film "Mary: The Making of a Princess."
The film, which tells of Mary's past and how she and Crown Prince Frederik fell in love during the Olympic Games in Sydney in 2000, has been bought by Discovery Networks Denmark and will soon Danish premiere on Channel 4th
, reaffirms the Discovery Networks Denmark to HERE & NOW.
The Royal Couple has previously told how the day after the first meeting in Sydney pub Slipp Inn they went for a walk along Bondi Beach and the exhibition Sculpture by the Sea.
The film claim they later returned to the beach and bathed naked.
- "You do not see me naked. You get to see Ryan's ass, and he has fortunately a good ass"
says Emma Hamilton, who plays Princess Mary, told of his team-mate Ryan O'Kane, who has the role of Crown Prince Frederik.
Hamilton herself was unsure whether she should take the role of Mary, because the Crown Princess is so loved by the Danes and the Australians. She is happy that she said yes, the result is so good that she hopes "Mary: The Making of a Princess" is seen at Amalienborg.
- "I really hope that Frederik and Mary are going to see the movie. And I hope they will like it. It is a unique and beautiful stories"
, says Emma Hamilton.And if they have not already seen it, they now get the opportunity. "Mary: The Making of a Princess" will be broadcast on Channel 4 Thursday, Feb. 4 at 20.00.