"You doin' anything tonight? I'm in London alone."
What is not known is Freddums' whereabouts over the prior weekend. Nothin on the calendar. Maybe he went ahead to London a few days in advance. You know, hang out with Cousin Pavlos, take in the sights, or, you know, check in on that old friend of his and Mary's Emilie Jerichau. Don't know if they have even been able to catch up much since that fun night in a disco before the Miracle Twins were christened. They would have had loads to catch up on.
Derfie: "Come on, one more hug for the road. Suite 508, Claridge's."
Girl in red jacket: "Boy is Princess Mary going to be mad when she finds out!"
Article: Sjællands Nyheder
Paraathletes' Spirit Impresses The Crown Prince
Crown Prince Frederik is fascinated by the Danish Paralympic athletes' fighting spirit. It is inspiring, he said. Crown Prince Frederik visited the Paralympics in London and is fascinated by the participants' efforts. "My respect for the athletes is very high", says the Crown Prince.
"Perhaps particularly those who have suffered a disability later in life, and remember what it was like to be able-bodied. They have actually fought two battles. The one to recover as best they could after an accident. And then to make a great achievement in training for the Paralympics."
"Then there are even those who medal, and we're up by three huge performances. Their spirit fascinates and inspires me", he says. It was in connection with his work in the International Olympic Committee (IOC) that Crown Prince Frederik visited the Paralympics. He emphasises that disability sports are a priority of the IOC.
"The Paralympic Games means much the same thing for the IOC, which has taken them under their wing. A host city for the Olympics must also be able to deliver and execute some excellent Paralympics", he says.
Despite a tight schedule, the Crown Prince followed several of the Danish athletes' competitions. "I am impressed with the athletes and the five medals that have provisionally been given", he says. The Paralympics in London end on Sunday.
"Then I pull on the reins like this."
"Girl, you are fascinating. Tell me more. Tonight. Claridge's. Suite 508."
"I hear you like blondes, big boy. Ever ride a silver fox?"
"Er, uh, ok, leave me your number in case the dressage chick doesn't show."
"You meet good lookun sheilas like this?"
"You know, mine's thicker. Just sayun."
"Gonna give me a ride later?"
"Hey, even disabled honeys need love."
"Psst, you busy later?"
Photos: Lars Møller