Crown Prince Frederik’s 50th Birthday Gala Dinner at Christiansborg Palace

Crown Prince Frederik has been celebrating his 50th Birthday in a series of events, including a Jubilee Dinner, Royal Run, and Portrait unveiling culminating to the celebrations on May 26th, his birthday. Click HERE to take a look at the other events.

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In the early evening, Crown Prince Frederik and Crown Princess Mary traveled in a Carriage through the streets of Copenhagen to the Gala Dinner at Christiansborg Castle, with an escort of the Gardehusarregimentets Hesteskadron.

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Queen Margrethe hosted a glittering Gala Dinner at Christiansborg Castle to celebrate the Crown Prince’s 50th Birthday. In attendance were guests from home and abroad, including Royal guests from Greece, Sweden, Norway, The Netherlands, Belgium, and Luxembourg. The Queen, Crown Princess Mary, and the Prince Minister gave a warm and touching speeches.

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Queen Margrethe wore a pink gown gown with the Nassut Tiara, the Sash and Star of the Order of the Elephant and the Badge of the Order of the Dannebrog. Crown Prince Frederik of Denmark wore Uniform with his medals, the Sash and Star of the Order of the Elephant and Neck Badge of the Order of the Dannebrog. Crown Princess Mary wore a Lasse Spangenberg gown with her Necklace Tiara, diamond floral earrings, Diamond Flower Brooch in her hair, the Sash and Star of the Order of the Elephant and Queen Margrethe’s Royal Family Order.

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Prince Joachim wore Uniform with his medals, the Sash and Star of the Order of the Elephant and Neck Badge of the Order of the Dannebrog. Princess Marie wore a blue Elie Saab gown with the Dagmar Floral Tiara, sapphire earrings, the Sash and Star of the Order of the Elephant and Queen Margrethe’s Royal Family Order. Prince Nikolai wore White Tie. The Countess of Frederiksborg wore a pink gown with the Alexandrine Drop Tiara, the Sash and Star of the Order of the Elephant and Queen Margrethe’s Royal Family Order.

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 King Constantine wore White Tie with his medals, the Sash and Star of the Order of the Elephant, the Neck Badge of the Order of the Dannebrog, and his Greek Orders. Queen Anne Marie wore a pale gown with the Khedive of Egypt Tiara, diamond earrings, Queen Alexandrine’s sautoir necklace, aquamarine pendant/brooch, the Sash and Star of the Order of the Elephant, and the Star of the Greek Order of the Redeemer. Princess Benedikte wore a blue gown with the Sayn-Wittgenstein-Berleburg Fringe Tiara, diamond earrings, Queen Alexandrine’s sautoir necklace, a sapphire and diamond brooch, the Sash and Star of the Order of the Elephant. King Carl XVI Gustaf wore Uniform with his medals, the Sash and Star of the Order of the Elephant. Queen Silvia wore her magenta Georg et Arend gown with the King Edward VII Ruby Tiara, diamond earrings, diamond riviere, the Sash and Star of the Order of the Elephant, and King Carl Gustaf’s Portrait Brooch.

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Crown Prince Pavlos wore White Tie with his medals, the Sash and Star of the Order of the Elephant and his Greek Orders. Crown Princess Marie-Chantal wore a pale pink gown with a diamond bracelet tiara and the Sash and Star of the Order of St Olga and St Sophia. Princess Maria-Olympia wore a pale gown with the Miller Fringe Tiara and the Sash and Star of the Order of St Olga and St Sophia. Prince Constantine-Alexios wore White Tie with the Order of the Redeemer.

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Prince Philipos wore White Tie with the Order of the Redeemer. Princess Theodora wore a purple gown with the Antique Corsage Tiara, matching earrings, amethyst pendant, diamond brooch. and the Sash and Star of the Order of St Olga and St Sophia. Princess Alexandra zu Sayn-Wittgenstein-Berleburg wore a teal gown with Princess Benedikte’s Floral Tiara.

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Crown Princess Victoria wore a floral Camilla Thulin gown with the Baden Fringe Tiara, diamond floral earrings, diamond riviere, the Sash and Star of the Order of the Elephant, and King Carl Gustaf’s Portrait Brooch. and Prince Daniel wore White Tie with the Sash and Star of the Order of the Seraphim. Crown Prince Haakon wore Uniform with his medals, the Sash and Star of the Order of the Elephant. Crown Princess Mette Marit of Norway wore a white and floral gown with the Diamond Daisy Bandeau, pearl earrings, the Sash and Star of the Order of the Elephant.

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King Willem-Alexander wore White Tie with his medals, the Sash and Star of the Order of the Elephant. Queen Máxima of the Netherlands wore a Jan Taminiau gown with the Rose Cut Diamond Bandeau, diamond earrings, diamond riviere, the Sash and Star of the Order of the Elephant. King Philippe wore Uniform with his medals, the Sash and Star of the Order of the Elephant. and Queen Mathilde of Belgium wore a red gown with the Laurel Wreath Tiara, diamond chandelier earrings, Queen Fabiola’s waterfall brooch, the Sash and Star of the Order of the Elephant.

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Grand Duke Henri wore Uniform with his medals, the Sash and Star of the Order of the Elephant. and Grand Duchess Maria Theresa of Luxembourg wore a red gown with the Chaumet Pearl and Diamond Choker Tiara, pearl and diamond earrings, Princess Ingeborg’s Pearl and Diamond Brooch, the Sash and Star of the Order of the Elephant. Hereditary Prince Alois wore White Tie with the Grand Star of the Order of Merit of the Principality of Liechtenstein. Hereditary Princess Sophie on Liechtenstein wore a repeated green gown with the Hapsburg Fringe Tiara, diamond earrings, a large diamond bow brooch, and the Grand Star of the Order of Merit of the Principality of Liechtenstein.

The Duke of Castro wore White Tie with the Sash and Star of the Sacred Military Constantinian Order of Saint George. and Duchess of Castro a blue gown with the Ancona Tiara, and the Sacred Military Constantinian Order of Saint George. Baroness Helle Reedtz-Thott wore a Pearl and Diamond Tiara that was sold at Sotheby’s in March.

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