September 26Daisy, Joachim & Marie participated in the opening of the exhibition "Adventure Queen" at the Amalienborg Museum.
For the exhibition, the Queen has helped to select a number of her own costumes and scenographs for fairy tales such as Tommelise, Fyrtøjet and The Nutcracker.
Ever since childhood years, the adventures of the adventures have been of great importance to the Queen. One of the childhood memories of the Majesty is the adventurous world that opened when it was read high from children's books in the childhood home. The illustrations in the books as well as numerous ballet tours, outfit traditions in the family and the interior of the royal castles have all contributed to inspiring the Queen in the artistic work of scenography and costume design.
Skits and costume parts designed for H.M. The Queen of Bournonville Ballet A Folk Story at the Royal Theater. Hilda's wedding dress is inspired by Queen Sophie Amalie's embroidered 18th-century jersey, which is preserved at Rosenborg Castle. It is decorated with strawberries, carnations and forgetfulness.
In the exhibition "Adventure Queen" at the Amalienborg Museum, Queen has helped select costumes and scenographies for an exhibition highlighting several aspects of the majestic artistic work. In Christian VIII's Pale's many works, the Queen's Scenic Universe unfolds, and the first stop for visitors is Room Inspiration, focusing on the visual sources that inspired Queen's work with scenography throughout life.
Then the walk continues to the room Dress up, which through the photos from the private album highlights the royal family's tradition of dressing out. Here the visitor can experience highlights from the Queen's childhood, with numerous outfits for everyday and festivities.