The coronavirus does not hurt in Europe. The number of cases is increasing and the royals are not spared. The Royal House of Denmark has confirmed that Princess Mary, wife of Crown Prince Frederick, has tested positive for coronavirus this Wednesday. The Princess is isolated in Amalienborg Palace in Copenhagen. Neither her husband nor her children nor any other royals have been infected. At the moment, and following the recommendations of the Danish Agency for Patient Safety, lPrincess Mary will remain confined to solitary until it is certain that he can live with more people. Denmark is one of the countries most affected by the sixth wave with more than 1,100 cases per 100,000 inhabitants. Some days ago, Margaret of Denmark was forced to suspend her grand New Year’s gala, for the second year in a row, due to the pandemic.
Mary isn’t the first royal to be infected in recent weeks. Princess Beatrice of the Netherlands, has just passed the quarantine after being infected of Covid-19. In the first wave there were many the royals who got infected as Albert of Monaco, Prince Charles of England, Prince William and Christian of Denmark, eldest son of the Danish Princess, to cite just a few examples. Given the avalanche of cases in the Scandinavian country, the Royal House has already suspended several events such as a trip to London that the sovereign had planned to carry out a few days ago, a public hearing and the aforementioned New Year’s events.
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One of the last times the Princess was seen in public was at the beginning of the month when she came with three of her children – her first-born son studies at boarding school- to witness the ballet The queen of the snow, a work in which Queen Margarita was in charge of designing the costumes and scenography. Very stylish and chic, the Princess boasted of family. It is planned that the Danish sovereign spends Christmas Eve with the family of her eldest son, plans that Princess Mary can join depending on how her infection evolves. Since she ascended to the throne in 1972, it has become a tradition for the monarch to spend the festivities with the Royal Family at Marselisborg Castle. Princes Joaquín and Marie will spend the most endearing parties of the year in France, the country where they live with their two children. The eldest sons of Joaquín of Denmark, princes Nicolás and Félix, will be with their mother, Countess Alexandra, these days.
Mary from Denmark is looking forward to a most intense and exciting 2022. He will turn 50 on February 5 and to commemorate such a round figure, the Royal House has announced the festivities that have been organized in his honor. The starting gun will be the January 27th with an event at the Princess Foundation, of which she is president. Four days later he will open the exhibition Mary the Crown Princesses at Koldinghus Castle, an exhibition featuring a portrait of Mary and the heiress consorts who preceded her. On Thursday, February 3, the National Museum of Frederiksborg Castle will be the scene of the exhibition Her Royal Highness Crown Princess Mary 1972-2022, which reviews her life, career and her importance to Danish royalty by displaying photos, costumes and personal items. Coinciding with this inauguration, the new portrait of the Princess will be unveiled. One day later will host a gala dinner at the Rosenborg Square in Copenhagen, where the full members of the Royal House and the country’s authorities are expected.
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Mary from Denmark tests positive for coronavirus