Frederik and Mary close their visit to the Netherlands with a garden party

The Danish Crown Prince Frederik and his wife Crown Princess Mary concluded their two-day visit to the Netherlands on Tuesday afternoon with a garden party at the Danish embassy in The Hague. Because the National Day of Greenland, part of the Kingdom of Denmark, is celebrated on June 21, they also took that celebration.

The Danish ambassador to the Netherlands, Jarl Frijs-Madsen, welcomed the Crown Prince couple to his garden. He thanked Mary and Frederik for their work for Denmark and told those present about what the royal couple has been doing in the Netherlands over the past few days. Finally, he invited the couple to enjoy the Danish specialties brought home for the party, hot dogs and Karlsberg beer.

The garden party brought an end to the two-day trip in which Mary and Fredrik visited The Hague, Delft, Leiden and Rotterdam. In these cities they visited various initiatives in the field of sustainable energy and smart healthcare as part of a trade mission. More than thirty companies from Denmark were involved in the mission. On Monday evening they met Willem-Alexander and Máxima during a gala dinner in The Hague.

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