Prince Felix of Denmark, younger son of Prince Joachim of Denmark and his ex-wife, Alexandra, Countess of Frederiksborg, was confirmed at the Fredensborg Palace Church on April 1st. Queen Margrethe was also confirmed at the Palace Church on the same day in 1955.
Prince Felix of Denmark, grandson of Queen Margrethe, was confirmed into the Evangelical Lutheran Church in Denmark at the Fredensborg Palace Church. Afterwards, Queen Margrethe and Prince Henrik hosted a lunch at Amalienborg Palace. Among the guests present were Prince Felix’s godparents; Martina Bent, Count Christian Ahlefeldt-Laurvig, Oscar Davidsen Siesbye, Damian Sibley and Annick Boel.
Prince Felix wore a navy suit with a red tie. Prince Joachim wore a navy suit with a red tie. Alexandra, Countess of Frederiksborg wore a mauve lace dress with a floral fascinator. Prince Nikolai wore a blue checked suit suit with a olive tie.
Princess Marie wore wore a pale pink floral with a Rikke Gudnitz hat and Queen Alexandrine sapphire and diamond brooch. Queen Margrethe repeated a blue coat and hat with her diamond daisy brooch. Prince Henrik wore a grey suit with a purple tie.
Crown Prince Frederik wore a navy suit with a red tie. Crown Princess Mary wore a floral dress and white coat with a grey fascinator. Prince Christian wore a dark suit with a light blue patterned tie. Princess Isabella wore a grey blouse and cardigan over a blue skirt.