No wedding ring when he goes down! He's learning!
Our Widdle Fweddie was recently filmed with the divers and archaeologists involved with an 18th century shipwreck off the coast of Falster in the southern Zealand area of Denmark. This time he remembered that deep sea diving and wedding rings don't go well together and took his off. Dang that time in Florida when he went diving (hanging out) with the manatees (hookers) on an official sailing holiday (a secret Miami getaway) and his Greenlandic gold wedding ring fell off his finger (was left on a hotel nightstand and later pawned in the Little Havana neighbourhood). Those of you in Denmark will be able to watch the tv programme with Derfie next Monday on "Mit Danmark" (TV2). Always striking how much more relaxed and happy and semi-normal he appears when no where in the vicinity of Madam!
Crown Prince in Deep Water in a TV ProgrammeOn Monday there will be a distinguished visitor on the TV series "My Denmark": Crown Prince Frederik comes for a visit.
Crown Prince Frederik is a tanned sailor who among other things has made a name for himself in racing with holdings in DM and VM in dragon boating. On Monday, 2 December, he will be a guest on Troels Kløvedal's legendary ship Nordkaperen in the TV series "My Denmark".
But the voyage with Kløvedal also offers more than just a ride on the blue waves. The Crown Prince also gets the chance to play wreck diver to find interesting objects on a sunken ship from about 1707, located in Falster between Lolland and Falster.
In the clip above you can see the Crown Prince diving down to the wreck and finding himself a virgin in deep waters (the Crown Prince is referred to as "Diver 1" while he is underwater ).
To view the entire programme with the Crown Prince, link to TV2 Play: watch My Denmark on the website.