Queen Margarethe II and the Crown Prince Family wish everyone a Happy Easter on Thursday, 31 March 2021, from Marselisborg Palace.
The Danish Royal Family traditionally celebrates Easter at Marselisborg Palace in Aarhus during Queen Margarethe’s reign.
During the early 1970s, Queen Margrethe and Prince Henrik began a tradition of painting Easter eggs with Crown Prince Frederik and Prince Joachim – both hard-boiled and ‘puffed’ (hollowed out) eggs which were eaten or hung on branches as decorations.
Queen Margrethe continues this tradition as she paints eggs every year during the days leading up to Easter.
This year, Crown Prince Frederik, Crown Princess Mary and their four children join in this annual tradition.
Please support Right Royal Roundup by subscribing for only A$10 per month or A$100 per year (with a $20 saving) by clicking on one of the buttons below.