October 1Alex & family attend a reception on the eve of her book publishing
Countess Alexandra's new book, "My Happy Country", will be released tomorrow, October 2.
Monday afternoon there was a reception for the Countess family and friends at Designmuseum Denmark in Copenhagen, where more than 100 good friends joined the author. But those who meant most to her, the two sons of Count Alexandra, Prince Felix and Prince Nikolai, as well as her 85-year-old mother, Christa Manley, who lives in Austria, joined the reception before the book is released.Countess Alexandra excited
- "No, I'm not nervous, but I'm very excited"
, said Countess Alexandra, who arrived in on time with her co-author, Rikke Hyldgaard.
- "And I'm very happy. There have not been any reviews yet, but from those who have read the book, I have received a very good response, and I'm excited"
, the Countess, who shone in the plaid dress in front of a couple of big posters of herself.Love Declaration
Countess Alexandra's book is a declaration of love to Denmark and the Danes and a very personal narrative based on her question: ~ Why do the Danes once again be considered one of the happiest people in the world? ~
Alexandra set herself to investigate because, despite her birth and upbringing in the city of million, Hong Kong, she feels more Danish than anything else.