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Prince Joachim and Princess Mary drop his nephew's confirmation

Prince Joachim and Princess Mary drop his nephew’s confirmation

Prince Joachim (51) and Princess Mary (45) He will not attend Prince Christian (15) confirmation on Saturday May 15th.

This was reported by the Danish royal family, according to BT.

Prince Christian is the eldest son of Crown Prince Frederick (52) and Crown Princess Mary (49), and he will one day inherit the Danish throne. Prince Joachim was the patron of his nephew in 2006, so it suffices with a sad heart not to allow them to participate when the baptism is confirmed next Saturday.

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The prince and princess usually live in Paris, France with their children Athena (9 years old) and Henrik (12 years old). The Corona pandemic is what makes the family miss Prince Christian’s big day.

And John Donaldson, father of Crown Princess Mary, will not appear in the confirmation either. He is currently in the UK.

Also, Crown Princess Mary’s Australian sisters Jane and Patricia, as well as her brother John, are also not permitted to attend. Hence, no foreign guests will attend Prince The Grand Day.

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Earlier this week it also became known Neither the Norwegian nor the Swedish royal family will be represented in the assertion.

“Due to the Coronavirus case, no outside guests participate in Prince Christian’s confirmation. Unfortunately, this means that no one from the immediate family from France, Great Britain and Australia will be present on that day,” said Communications Director Lenny Palippi in a press release.

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And earlier this week, it was also announced that Crown Prince Princess Mitt Mariet (47) and Crown Prince Haakon (47) would not be allowed to participate in the confirmation either.

Usually, guests from a number of royal homes abroad could participate in the celebration, but this is not the case.

Shepherds: Both the Norwegian and Swedish royals participated in Prince Christian's baptism, but it will not be seen when it will be confirmed next week.  Photo: Sven Nackstrand / AFP / NTB
Sponsors: Both the Norwegian and Swedish royals participated in Prince Christian’s baptism, but it will not be seen when it will be confirmed next week. Photo: Sven Nackstrand / AFP / NTB
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The Norwegian heir and heir heir were the patrons of Prince Christian’s baptism in January 2006, thus they described themselves as guests on the big day. However, they will not be seen in Denmark, as confirmed by Assistant Director of Communications at the castle Sven G. See and listen Tuesday.

“I can inform you that no one from the Norwegian royal family will attend the confirmation of His Royal Highness Prince Christian,” he told the magazine.

Swedish Crown Prince Victoria (43) will not attend the confirmation of the Danish Prince. She is also an heir to the throne, but is missed today due to travel restrictions.

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Crown Princess Victoria would have liked to have participated in Prince Christian’s affirmation. Johan Tegel stated in the Swedish court that due to the pandemic, Her Royal Highness unfortunately does not have the opportunity to be present at Godson’s assertion.

The prince was due to confirm himself last year, but that put an end to the epidemic.

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