Thank you, Camilla! You're a peach! Have a lovely flight home and a nice glass of sherry tonight with your feet up!
Charles and Camilla have done more than a goodwill tour on behalf of mummy Queen Elizabeth II's Diamond Jubilee, they have shown the Danes not only a large dose of British grace and warmth, they have inadvertantly demonstrated that Danish royals do not have one ounce of dignity, nobility and nobless oblige. Pigs are coming in as the next monarchs of Denmark and the Danes got a big, ugly view of their future. Just look at the photo of Charles so easily and happily greeting people who came out to see him at the Gyldenrispark housing development. Charles does in one second what the Danish royals cannot bring themselves to do: extend a hand to a Muslim immigrant to greet her as if she were a human being with something to offer her new country. Wake up, Denmark! The Brits just handed you a big gift!
Video: DR Push the video to the white mark at about 24:00 to see the preparations and the visit footage for some of this week's events. See a disengaged and beta Prince Freddles see his worth as his kingdom's royal slip away, too!
Their Royal Highnesses The Prince of Wales and The Duchess of Cornwall arrive on Monday 26 March 2012 to Elsinore, where they get a guided tour through the old town and see frescoes in St. Assumption Church.
The Prince of Wales and The Duchess of Cornwall at Kronborg Castle, where they attended a Hamlet workshop with young people from the theater group Ragnarock.
The Prince of Wales visits the Rud Rassmussen furniture workshop.
Her Royal Highness The Duchess of Cornwall arrives on the set of the tv-series The Killing in Lynge, north of Copenhagen on 27 March.
Sorry about that, Milla! You deserve better. At least you got to see Sarah Lund in action!
The Crown Princess and Duchess of Cornwall greet the welcome committee at the entrance to the Center for Clinical and Basic Research in Ballerup, where the royals were briefed on site treatment of osteoporosis.
His Royal Highness The Prince of Wales greets some of the attendees during the visit to housing development Gyldenrispark on Amager on Tuesday 27 March 2012.
After visiting Gyldenrisparken, The Crown Prince and The Prince of Wales went on to Avedøreværket where they were presented with sustainable energy projects along with Daisy's bestie, Chairman Fritz Schur.
Their Royal Highnesses The Prince of Wales and The Duchess of Cornwall visit the VIA University College in Horsens, where they presented a 3D lab and developed innovative technology. They were greeted by school pupils.
After the visit to VIA University College in Horsens, The Prince of Wales and The Duchess of Cornwall went on to the organic farm Barritskov that producies vegetables and packs boxes of organic produce. They were toured around by the Danish son of Daisy's British nanny who owns the Barritskov estate.