#USA Princess Mary of Denmark steps out in New York #USNews

#USA Princess Mary of Denmark steps out in New York #USNews

#USA Princess Mary of Denmark steps out in New York #USNews

Princess Mary of Denmark has stepped out in New York after the Foreign Office supplied its ‘profound apologies’ to the Danish Royal household for mistakenly inviting the royal to Queen Elizabeth II’s funeral.

The mother-of-four, 50, lower a trendy determine in an orange print gown, teamed with a sensible black blazer as she attended the WWF and Ellen MacArthur Foundation assembly ‘Global Plastics Treaty Business Coalition’.

Concentrating on mobilising the enterprise world in the elimination of plastic air pollution, the gathering got here throughout Princess Mary and her husband Crown Prince Frederik of Denmark’s go to to America for the UN General Assembly.

Frederik and his mom Queen Margrethe II, who has since examined constructive for Covid-19, attended the Queen’s funeral and mourning occasions in London on Sunday and Monday.

However, the Foreign Office confirmed on Tuesday that it had despatched an invitation to Princess Mary in ‘error’. 

Princess Mary of Denmark (pictured) has stepped out in New York after the Foreign Office offered its 'profound apologies' to the Danish Royal family for mistakenly inviting the royal to Queen Elizabeth II's funeral

Princess Mary of Denmark (pictured) has stepped out in New York after the Foreign Office supplied its ‘profound apologies’ to the Danish Royal household for mistakenly inviting the royal to Queen Elizabeth II’s funeral

The mother-of-four (pictured), 50, cut a stylish figure in an orange print dress, teamed with a smart black blazer as she attended the WWF and Ellen MacArthur Foundation meeting 'Global Plastics Treaty Business Coalition'

The mother-of-four (pictured), 50, lower a trendy determine in an orange print gown, teamed with a sensible black blazer as she attended the WWF and Ellen MacArthur Foundation assembly ‘Global Plastics Treaty Business Coalition’

Princess Mary accepts a card and some flowers from a young girl when attending the meeting

Princess Mary accepts a card and a few flowers from a younger lady when attending the assembly 

The Danish Royals had confirmed Princess Mary’s attendance on September 13, writing: ‘HM The Queen and the Crown Prince Couple [will be] current on the State Funeral of Queen Elizabeth II’.

But on September 19, the household issued one other assertion studying: ‘Her Majesty the Queen and His Royal Highness The Crown Prince’ would ‘take part from Denmark’ – making no point out of Princess Mary’s absence. 

Official invitations despatched to present heads of state allowed them to deliver one visitor to the funeral.

But Princess Mary’s unique invitation was despatched out in ‘error’ after it was prompt that the visitor of Queen Margrethe, her son Crown Prince Frederik, was additionally invited to deliver a visitor.

The British Foreign Office confirmed it despatched an apology to the Danish Royal Household by way of the Danish Embassy, a spokesperson instructed MailOnline on Tuesday. 

Concentrating on mobilising the business world in the elimination of plastic pollution, the gathering came during Princess Mary and her husband Crown Prince Frederik of Denmark's visit to America for the UN General Assembly

Concentrating on mobilising the enterprise world in the elimination of plastic air pollution, the gathering got here throughout Princess Mary and her husband Crown Prince Frederik of Denmark’s go to to America for the UN General Assembly

Princess Mary's original invitation to Elizabeth II's funeral was sent out in 'error' after it was suggested that the guest of Queen Margrethe, her son Crown Prince Frederik, was also invited to bring a guest

The British Foreign Office confirmed it sent an apology to the Danish Royal Household via the Danish Embassy, a spokesperson told MailOnline on Tuesday

Princess Mary’s unique invitation to Elizabeth II’s funeral was despatched out in ‘error’ after it was prompt that the visitor of Queen Margrethe, her son Crown Prince Frederik, was additionally invited to deliver a visitor

Queen Margrethe II and her son, Crown Prince Frederik of Denmark pictured at Queen Elizabeth II's funeral at Westminster Abbey on Monday

Queen Margrethe II and her son, Crown Prince Frederik of Denmark pictured at Queen Elizabeth II’s funeral at Westminster Abbey on Monday 

The ‘regrettable error’ was made because of the Foreign Office having to ship out many invites inside a brief area of time.

Questions had been raised over why Spain and the Netherlands had been allowed greater than two royal friends every, however it’s understood that invites had been prolonged to former monarchs from each international locations.

Which European Royals attended the Queen’s funeral on Monday?

King Willem-Alexander, Queen Maxima and Princess Beatrix of the Netherlands

King Felipe VI and Queen Letizia of Spain

Juan Carlos, former king of Spain, his spouse Queen Sofia

King Philip and Queen Mathilde of Belgium

Queen Margrethe II and Crown Prince Frederik of Denmark

King Carl XVI Gustaf and Queen Silvia of Sweden

King Harald V and Queen Sonja of Norway

Hereditary Prince Alois and Hereditary Princess Sophie of Liechtenstein

Grand Duke Henri and Grand Duchess Maria Teresa of Luxembourg

Prince Albert II and Princess Charlene of Monaco

Tsar Simeon of Bulgaria 

Prince Radu and his spouse Margareta of Romania 

Crown Prince Pavlos and Crown Princess Marie-Chantal of Greece 

King Willem-Alexander and Queen Maxima of the Netherlands, had been accompanied by his mom Princess Beatrix to Westminster Abbey .

Meanwhile, Spain’s King Felipe VI and Queen Letizia attended the late monarch’s funeral, with the previous King Juan Carlos I and his spouse Sofia additionally current. 

The Royal House instructed Danish information outlet BT: ‘There has been a regrettable error in the invitation from the British Foreign Office’s protocol. 

‘It is thus solely the Queen and the Crown Prince who, from the Danish facet, will take part in Queen Elizabeth II’s state funeral on Monday.’  

A Foreign workplace spokesperson mentioned: ‘The FCDO has handed on their profound apologies to the Danish Royal Household by means of the Danish Embassy.’

Monday noticed Westminster Abbey refill with 2,000 folks together with world leaders, overseas royals and a number of other hundred abnormal Britons chosen by the Queen for her funeral.

But Australian-born Princess Mary was noticeably lacking from the service, whereas her husband Prince Frederik and mother-in-law Queen Margrethe, had been in attendance.

BT’s royal correspondent Jacob Heinel Jensen mentioned the Danish royal home would have been ‘upset’ by the eleventh hour change.

‘It’s actually clumsy and unlucky… It has meant that the Royal House should now say {that a} mistake had been made, and that’s embarrassing,’ he mentioned.

‘I feel the Royal House simply understands {that a} mistake has been made. I puzzled myself after I was in London and the British media wrote that there have been solely two invitees per nation. 

‘After all, you bought the sensation that there actually should be further shut ties between Denmark and Britain’s royal home if we obtained three invites.’

Representatives of greater than 20 Royal Families had been current at Monday’s service together with the reigning monarchs of the Netherlands, Denmark and Norway.

Japan’s Emperor Naruhito, who hardly ever makes abroad visits, was among the many friends together with King Jigme & Queen Jetsun of Bhutan and the Sultan of Brunei. 

Kings and Queens from around the worlds sat side-by-side in Westminster Abbey as they mourned the death of Queen Elizabeth II during her state funeral (pictured: 1. Princess Beatrix of the Netherlands 2. Queen Maxima of the Netherlands 3. King Willem-Alexander 4. Queen Silvia of Sweden 5. King Carl Gustaf of Sweden 6. Crown Prince Frederick of Denmark 7. Queen Margrethe II of Denmark 8. King Harald of Norway 9. Queen Sonja of Norway 10. Queen Sofía of Spain 11. King Juan Carlos of Spain 12. Queen Letizia of Spain 13. King Felipe of Spain 14. Tsar Simeon of Bulgaria 15. Princess Charlene of Monaco 16. Prince Albert of Monaco 17. Grand Duchess Maria Teresa of Luxembourg 18. Grand Duke Henri of Luxembourg 19. Queen Mathilde of Belgium 20. King Philippe of Belgium 21. Prince Radu of Romania 22. Margareta of Romania 23. Marie-Chantal, Crown Princess of Greece 24. Crown Prince Pavlos of Greece 25. Hereditary Princess Sophie of Liechtenstein 26. Hereditary Prince Alois)

Kings and Queens from across the worlds sat side-by-side in Westminster Abbey as they mourned the dying of Queen Elizabeth II throughout her state funeral (pictured: 1. Princess Beatrix of the Netherlands 2. Queen Maxima of the Netherlands 3. King Willem-Alexander 4. Queen Silvia of Sweden 5. King Carl Gustaf of Sweden 6. Crown Prince Frederick of Denmark 7. Queen Margrethe II of Denmark 8. King Harald of Norway 9. Queen Sonja of Norway 10. Queen Sofía of Spain 11. King Juan Carlos of Spain 12. Queen Letizia of Spain 13. King Felipe of Spain 14. Tsar Simeon of Bulgaria 15. Princess Charlene of Monaco 16. Prince Albert of Monaco 17. Grand Duchess Maria Teresa of Luxembourg 18. Grand Duke Henri of Luxembourg 19. Queen Mathilde of Belgium 20. King Philippe of Belgium 21. Prince Radu of Romania 22. Margareta of Romania 23. Marie-Chantal, Crown Princess of Greece 24. Crown Prince Pavlos of Greece 25. Hereditary Princess Sophie of Liechtenstein 26. Hereditary Prince Alois)

The Danish royal family were said to be attending in full force when they made an official announcement on September 13 but six days later the 50-year-old mother-of-four was nowhere to be seen

The Danish royal household had been mentioned to be attending in full drive after they made an official announcement on September 13 however six days later the 50-year-old mother-of-four was nowhere to be seen

Photos and video footage shot at the funeral showed Prince Frederik and Queen Margrethe - now the only reigning Queen left in the world - sitting opposite King Charles III and his family on Monday

Photos and video footage shot on the funeral confirmed Prince Frederik and Queen Margrethe – now the one reigning Queen left in the world – sitting reverse King Charles III and his household on Monday

King Felipe and Queen Letizia of Spain, and King Carl XVI Gustaf and Queen Silvia of Sweden, had been among the many first monarchs to view the monarch lying-in-state at Westminster Hall.

Vaccinated Margrethe, 82, who’s Europe’s longest serving present head of state, and the one present queen regnant, examined constructive for Covid-19 on Tuesday night, the royal family mentioned.

Queen Margrethe’s VERY busy week earlier than she examined constructive for Covid-19

SUNDAY: Pays an emotional go to to Westminster Hall the place she sees the Queen’s coffin

Was pushed by coach to Buckingham Palace reception together with  King Felipe and Queen Letizia of Spain, King Carl XVI Gustaf and Queen Silvia of Sweden.

Attended the ‘reception of the century’ the place she mingled with the 1,000 different friends, and was pictured chatting intently with King Charles 

MONDAY: Attends the Queen’s State Funeral in London alongside 2,000 different attendees

Attends the Queen’s Committal Service in Windsor, the place she sat two rows behind Prince William and Kate Middleton

TUESDAY NIGHT: Tested constructive for Covid-19 

WEDNESDAY: Royal family declares the information  

On Monday, she was in attendance at Westminster Abbey alongside along with her son Crown Prince Frederik, and the 2 went on to the Queen’s Committal Service in Windsor afterward. 

The monarch additionally paid her respects to the Queen by visiting her coffin in Westminster Hall on Sunday night time, and attended the Buckingham Palace ‘reception of the century’ the place she was pictured chatting intently with King Charles.

A press release shared by the palace on Tuesday learn: ‘Her Majesty the Queen examined constructive for COVID-19 final night time and is now staying at Fredensborg Castle. The Queen’s actions this week have thus been cancelled.

‘Friday’s night social gathering at Christiansborg Castle for the Danish members of the federal government, the Folketing and the European Parliament might be held with His Royal Highness the Crown Prince and Her Royal Highness the Crown Princess as hosts.’

Denmark’s Queen, who obtained a 3rd dose of the vaccine in November, has beforehand had Covid-19, having examined constructive for the virus in February. The royal courtroom mentioned the Queen is simply displaying gentle signs.

Queen Margrethe held an in depth relationship with Queen Elizabeth II and was among the many first worldwide monarch to pay tribute to Her Majesty.

She was additionally noticed shedding a tear in entrance of the Queen’s coffin earlier than the funeral on Monday. 

Both Queens are great-great granddaughters of Queen Victoria – making them third cousins – with Margrethe usually wanting as much as Elizabeth like a giant sister.   

In May, Margrethe instructed the UK’s ITV news that Elizabeth, 14 years her senior, was a ‘big inspiration’ to her as the one different dwelling Queen.

‘[Queen Elizabeth] was 26 when she grew to become Queen. When I used to be rising up, I hoped I would not be as younger as that when my father died. It made an infinite impression on me. The undeniable fact that she was dedicating her life. I understood what that meant. This is for all times. That is the entire level of my life. And I do know she sees that too,’ she mentioned. 

With the death of Elizabeth II, Margrethe II of Denmark has become the only living Queen in the world

With the dying of Elizabeth II, Margrethe II of Denmark has turn out to be the one dwelling Queen in the world

Queen Margrethe of Denmark lead the foreign royals paying tributes to Queen Elizabeth II, who died aged 96. They are pictured in 2000 at London's Natural History Museum

Queen Margrethe of Denmark lead the overseas royals paying tributes to Queen Elizabeth II, who died aged 96. They are pictured in 2000 at London’s Natural History Museum

‘When I used to be rising up, my mom and father mentioned to me, ‘have a look at what they do in England’ and I may see that it could possibly be accomplished and it was worthwhile and you would dwell a really full life with it, even with a heavy schedule and demanding job.’

The mother-of-two added that each Queens see their roles as ‘dedication’ and ‘a job’ and the best way that Elizabeth ‘confronted her duties’ ‘impressed her’.

‘The approach she has confronted her duties, the best way she has devoted her life, and she or he does it with a smile. She has been by means of many issues,’ she added. 

‘When you get to my age, you do not have the vacancy, what am I going to do tomorrow? I do know jolly effectively what I’m going to do tomorrow, and the following day, and the next 12 months.’

The pair, additionally had candy nicknames for each other. Margrethe referred to as Elizabeth by her childhood nickname ‘Lilibet’ whereas Elizabeth referred to as Margrethe ‘Daisy’.

The Danish royal family, including Hobart-born Mary, shared a close connection with Elizabeth. Pictured in 2016

The Danish royal household, together with Hobart-born Mary, shared an in depth reference to Elizabeth. Pictured in 2016

In February, Margrethe and Mary, met with the Princess of Wales and officially welcomed her to Copenhagen

In February, Margrethe and Mary, met with the Princess of Wales and formally welcomed her to Copenhagen

The Danish monarch is named ‘Aunt Daisy’ to many in her household as she was named after her grandmother, Princess Margareta of Sweden, and her identify is just like the Nordic phrase for the daisy flower.

‘We are undoubtedly affectionate, however I do not wish to splash it in all places,’ she instructed ITV of Elizabeth II.

The pair additionally had a love of canine in widespread. While Elizabeth will without end be related to corgis, Margrethe is understood in Denmark for her love of canine.

While Elizabeth obtained her first corgi as a baby, it was Margrethe’s late husband Prince Henrik who launched her to dachshunds. 

Margrethe was additionally among the many first royals to pay tribute to the Queen upon her dying. 

Margrethe was also among the first royals to pay tribute to the Queen upon her death

Margrethe was additionally among the many first royals to pay tribute to the Queen upon her dying 

In an announcement she wished the brand new King Charles and Queen Consort Camilla her ‘deepest ideas and prayers’ after Elizabeth II handed away peacefully at Balmoral.

‘I ship you and Camilla my warmest ideas and prayers,’ she mentioned. ‘She was a towering determine among the many European monarchs and an excellent inspiration to us all. We shall miss her terribly.

‘Her 70 years of reign and repair to the folks of the United Kingdom, the Realms and the Commonwealth are an unprecedented and noteworthy achievement.

‘We shall at all times bear in mind her vital contributions to their improvement and prosperity.’

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