The Wedding of Prince Ingolf of Denmark (wearing the Order of the Elephant), eldest son of Hereditary Prince Knud and Hereditary Princess Caroline-Mathilde (in Queen Alexandrine’s Russian Sapphire Tiara), and Inge Terney at the Lyngby Church in Copenhagen on this day in 1968, in the presence of many royal relatives including King Frederik IX and Queen Ingrid (wearing the Danish Ruby Parure Tiara), Crown Princess Margrethe (in the Alexandrine Drop Tiara) and Prince Henrik, Princess Benedikte (wearing her Floral Tiara), Princess Elisabeth (in Princess Thyra’s Sapphire Tiara), Princess Margretha (wearing her Floral Tiara), and other members of the extended Danish Royal Family. Prince Ingolf was once 2nd-in-line to the Danish Throne, after his father, but the 1953 Constitution and Act of Succession put his cousins, the daughters of King Frederik IX, in the line of succession ahead of Hereditary Prince Knud and his sons, which caused a deep rift within the two brothers. At the time of his wedding in 1968, Prince Ingolf didn’t approach his uncle for official permission, and thus lost his Princely style, and is today known as Count Ingolf of Rosenborg. He and Countess Inge remained happily married until her death in 1996, and he remarried in 1998. Count Ingolf and Countess Sussie are regularly seen at major Danish Royal Family events.