"I just realised I have to spend the rest of my life with it!"
Lord have mercy. What is wrong with him? The cat is out of the bag, the emperor is butt nekkid and Denmark's foreseeable monarchal future is swirling down the drain of history along with the undrunk remnants of Henrik's swill de Cahors left untouched at the bottom of the dinner guests' crystal. Under the guise of entertaining Denmark's entrepeneurial elite at Fredensborg Palace, Daisy has (inadvertently or quite deliberately?) let down the side on her eldest son's, er, "condition". This bloke is a parady of a man, a shell of a human being, a carcass whose meat and offal has been completely eaten off the bone by its narcissistic bride thinking that is is made of beauty-enhancing gold, then left to bleach and wither in the sun.
Escorted by his wife-thinggie in skin-tight, stripper-preferred gold lamé (she is too arrogant to notice that with her genetics and bone structure she will not forever be able to maintain sample size), the Derf man was medically propped up enough to "enjoy" an evening with his family and peers for dinner and musical entertainment. Note that it is the lovely, glowing Princess Marie who is strategically placed at Daisy's right hand, with her capable husband at her own right hand. It is Yrma La Douche who is at the far end of the row, giving the stink eye to the help in the back row and incapable of seeing her husband-thinggie sitting between her and his rotund père. In fact, La Daisy looks rather relaxed and jubilant this evening in her red tunic and palazzo pants. Perhaps Daisy is employing her own method of "dropping her drops" as her mother Ingrid was skilled at doing, making it very clear through strongly symbolic gestures where her true feelings lie. Perhaps it had a little sumpin' to do with this yummy anecdote? Mwoah. Pas på, Yrma!
Photo Gallery: Sjællands Nyheder
Fredensborg Palace was the backdrop, as the royal family on Tuesday evening invited a large number of leading entrepreneurs to a concert and dinner afterwards. Among those invited were Christian Stadil, owner of sports company Hummel, Morten Strunge, founder of the telecommunications company Onfone and architect Bjarke Ingels.
The royal couple wanted with the invitation to recognise entrepreneurship and to celebrate those who work to promote innovation and entrepreneurship in Denmark. In addition to the royal couple, the royal family was represented by Crown Prince Frederik and Crown Princess Mary and Prince Joachim and Princess Marie.
Business Minister Annette Vilhelmsen (SF) and Research Minister Morten Østergaard (R) also attended the concert. Another of the invited was the founder of the IT firm Podio, Tommy Ahlers, who had been looking forward to meeting the Queen.
"I have already met Crown Prince Frederik, but not Queen Margrethe, so I am looking forward to that. It will be great to meet her." Tommy Ahlers is also pleased that the royal family is throwing a little attention to the Danish entrepreneur. "It's great to have some royal glamour with the entrepreneurs. It shows the trend that focuses on entrepreneurs, as those who must help to change Denmark."
The royal couple has over the years initiated a series of concerts at Fredensborg Palace. Different groups in society have been invited to these concerts, and have included representatives from business, education, research and science, as well as from the world of sports. The music at the concert was performed by young musicians and singers from the Royal Academy of Music.
Photos: Keld Navntoft, Scanpix