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« Reply #15 on: January 09, 2023, 09:48:11 PM »

I don't think it's a reflection of how much work there is for the Royals in Denmark.

It's a reflection of how much Yrma/Fred actually works. If they would take care of their patronages 1 x per year, they would have already a minimum of ~ 50 events per year. Add to that number that certain patronages have multiple subfunctions, which would at least be ~60 events per year. Plus their overseas visits and extra engagements....

They both are just lazy as can be. And that disproves Danish Media claims that she is working her behind off for the country:Smiley



If this is the case then it is strange that missed patronages have not complained or it may be that a visit will not help them whereas funding or a letter will. For many charities everywhere it can cost more to ready a place for a visit than they gain from the event itself.

I am surprised to see Margrethe on +/- the same number as Sophie/Harold/Silvia when she is not often visible.

And where is King Charles?

It is strange this way - better to group the monarchs and the consorts first I think.



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« Reply #16 on: January 09, 2023, 10:11:26 PM »

So this really proves it that there is not enough work for Joachim and Marie also. Mary, whether people like her or do not like her, is not afraid to work but still has a lower number compared to others (but of course the population of different countries must be taken to account).


Whether there is enough work or not is debatable, but 'not enough work' is not the reason to force 'exile' them to a foreign country  Wink.

 Grin "exile" makes me laugh every time.

Never heard 'no place is like home' ?  Wink.  Especially for people whose family house is a 'castle'.   Grin
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« Reply #17 on: January 10, 2023, 12:12:17 AM »

I don't think it's a reflection of how much work there is for the Royals in Denmark.

It's a reflection of how much Yrma/Fred actually works. If they would take care of their patronages 1 x per year, they would have already a minimum of ~ 50 events per year. Add to that number that certain patronages have multiple subfunctions, which would at least be ~60 events per year. Plus their overseas visits and extra engagements....

They both are just lazy as can be. And that disproves Danish Media claims that she is working her behind off for the country:Smiley



If this is the case then it is strange that missed patronages have not complained or it may be that a visit will not help them whereas funding or a letter will. For many charities everywhere it can cost more to ready a place for a visit than they gain from the event itself.

I am surprised to see Margrethe on +/- the same number as Sophie/Harold/Silvia when she is not often visible.

And where is King Charles?

It is strange this way - better to group the monarchs and the consorts first I think.




Please check the  agenda of the official royal website, not the royal forums  Grin. I think that's where the report was based on, not who got more media attention or photos.
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« Reply #18 on: January 13, 2023, 03:42:07 PM »

Detailed info pr country here, he was busy in may...
https://ufonomore.com/blo...ays-did-they-work-in-2022

Thank you for the source data! Those bar charts are giving me a headache as they are all on different scales so you canít compare the height of the bars between charts. Margretheís is days out of 20, Derfs out of 15 and Joachimís out of 3. Plus I think this methodology is unfair to the Derfs as it doesnít deal well with the fact that their trips abroad tend to be jam packed with events, like in Vietnam it was ten or so a day. But for only two and a half days. But on the other hand itís true that Frodo doesnít do that many events as a general rule, so being fair to him isnít that key.
The system is somewhat confusing. I, as probably most people do, get paid for a 40hour week, doesn't matter if my days are jam-packed and I hurry from appointment to appointment, if it fits into one day, I get paid one day, my employer has never looked at my schedule and said: "ghee, that was a packed day, I pay you double". On the other hand, if I go home after one or two small events in the morning, or come in late for a single appointment in the afternoon, my emplyer is pretty quick in counting the "free time" as exactly that: "free time".
So all this " she went to X-hospital and greeted 10 people there, went on to the X-nursery to meet 5 people there and then again stopped at ABC" and it is counted as 3 events... Really?
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« Reply #19 on: January 13, 2023, 09:38:31 PM »

Detailed info pr country here, he was busy in may...
https://ufonomore.com/blo...ays-did-they-work-in-2022

Thank you for the source data! Those bar charts are giving me a headache as they are all on different scales so you canít compare the height of the bars between charts. Margretheís is days out of 20, Derfs out of 15 and Joachimís out of 3. Plus I think this methodology is unfair to the Derfs as it doesnít deal well with the fact that their trips abroad tend to be jam packed with events, like in Vietnam it was ten or so a day. But for only two and a half days. But on the other hand itís true that Frodo doesnít do that many events as a general rule, so being fair to him isnít that key.
The system is somewhat confusing. I, as probably most people do, get paid for a 40hour week, doesn't matter if my days are jam-packed and I hurry from appointment to appointment, if it fits into one day, I get paid one day, my employer has never looked at my schedule and said: "ghee, that was a packed day, I pay you double". On the other hand, if I go home after one or two small events in the morning, or come in late for a single appointment in the afternoon, my emplyer is pretty quick in counting the "free time" as exactly that: "free time".
So all this " she went to X-hospital and greeted 10 people there, went on to the X-nursery to meet 5 people there and then again stopped at ABC" and it is counted as 3 events... Really?

 Grin That's nothing. Leti (with and without Felipe) can do 3 audiences in the same location on the same day with a short interval between, all without leaving the palace, and it is usually counted as 3 events.
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« Reply #20 on: January 13, 2023, 09:50:08 PM »

They are all not killed working. Neither of them. Especially given their age, this is why tricks are used to enhance their activity level so people don't ask silly questions.

From a management point of view: You have to be careful that you don't have an over-exposure (no, no risk for Frodo there  ).
In fairness you have to coordinate the events and make sure they are balanced (if I worked for Frodo I would explain him that only doing sport events is very risky).

Usually you have:
- a team doing research and planning the event in detail (is someone giving a speech, who is he meeting, timing, security, ....)
- planning of style and clothes
- briefing of person who goes there
- styling the person who goes there (my boss often stops somewhere and changes into a new shirt and trousers three minutes before he
  arrives to look good in pictures - that needs to be arranged)
- trip to the event and from event
- time spent there doing the actual event

Sometimes we don't get media coverage even though it is a good event. Hard luck.

And things look better from the outside - I had to accompany my boss recently to a very important event with lovely food - but I was working there, so no time to nibble on the sandwiches plus I was so scared I would have something stuck in my teeth. So I had a drink and left a lot of gorgeous food behind. Hard luck Smiley.

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« Reply #21 on: March 11, 2023, 05:38:16 AM »

March 8
Crown Princess Mary's pride
Crown Princess Mary's older sister Jane Stephens, 57, finished her PhD in October and is now back on the job market.
Crown Princess Mary's eldest sister Jane Alison Stephens, 57, finished her PhD studies in October (a PhD is an academic degree that qualifies for a research career, ed.) at the University of Tasmania School of Medicine.

Her study topic was "Accidental Prescription Drug Overdose".

On Jane Stephen's LinkedIn profile, you can see that she now works as a kind of freelance pharmacist who can be attached to different pharmacies or administrations. In addition, she still co-owns the juice bar, Juice Boost, in Hobart.

Jane has always had a strong bond with her royal younger sister and in 2006 was godfather to Mary's first-born, Prince Christian.







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« Reply #22 on: March 12, 2023, 08:03:24 PM »

Well good for her!
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« Reply #23 on: March 12, 2023, 08:42:11 PM »


Anyone else recognize the skirt?

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« Reply #24 on: March 12, 2023, 10:10:56 PM »


Anyone else recognize the skirt?




 Star Star Star for your internet sleuthingm RM, excellent  Thumb up
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« Reply #25 on: March 12, 2023, 11:45:47 PM »


Anyone else recognize the skirt?



You bloodhound you! 😹⭐️
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