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LA PRINCESSE MARGUERITE DE DANEMARK

Le Gaulois a relaté par dépêche les fêtes qui ont eu lieu à Copenhague à occasion du mariage de la Princesse Marguerite de Danemark avec le Prince René de Bourbon-Parme. Ce qui n'a pas été suffisamment dit c'est l'enthousiasme populaire qu'a provoqué ce mariage. Ce fil la fois une fête nationale et une fête franco-danoise. On sait en France notre vieille et réciproque amitié pour le. Danemark, mais on ne sait pas assez la force et l'ardeur des sentiments fran. oophiles des Danois. Les Français qui sa trouvaient à Copenhague le 9 juin pouvaient se croire à Paris lors d'une réception d'un hôte royal danois. Le drapeeiu français et le   danebrog   flottaient fraternellement sur tous les mâts de la ville, déporaient les édifices publics et les hôtels particuliers, les fenêtres s'enguirlandaient de nos couleurs nationales, d immenses bandes aux mêmes couleurs tapissaient l'entrée des magasins, enfin les fleuristes jamais peuple n'aima autant les fleurs que les Danois avaient composé en bleu, blanc et rouge les magnifiques jonchées de leursétalages. Peutêtre vivons-nous moins dans le souvenir toujours vivant de notre histoire qué les peuples étrangers? toujours est-il que le mariage de cette princesse et dé ce prince, tous les deux issus du sang de France, avait donné l'occasion au peuple danois de manifester, d'une façon éclatante ses, sentiments de fervente -amitié pour notre pays. Ce mariage sem, blait d'ailleurs symboliser une véritable union entre les deux pays, car cette, jeune et très gracieuse princesse, si populaire dans toutes les classes danoise. était la fille de Marie d'Orléans, cette admirable Française qui fut la princesse  avait tout fait pour faire aimer la France dans son pays d'adoption, et puisque par son mariage elle devenait princesse de Bourbon elle leur apparaissait deux fois plus chère.

Le 7 juin avait eu lieu au'château de Bernstorf, résidence du Prince Waldemar, l'exposition des cadeaux envoyés aux fiancés. Au milieu de la table où rutilaient parmi les fleurs de merveilleuses pierreries, dons. royaux du roi et de la reine, de la reine mère de, Danemark, de l'impératrice douairière de Russie, du roi et de ta reine d'Angleterre, des princes de Danemark, de Grèce, de Suède et des princes et des princesses de Bourbon et d'Orléans, s'élevait, décoré de nœuds tricolores, un superbe biscuit de Sèvres, don de M. Millerand. 
Tout auprès on avait disposé aussi en grand honneur les cadeaux du peuple danois, un somptueux service en argent ciselé aux armes des fiancés et de grands vases d'argent, don de la ville de Copenhague. Le soir un bal réunissait tous les hôtes royaux et les amis du Prince Waldemar. 0 iuin, jour du mariage, le lempç était radieux. Tout Copenhague se pres- sait dan les rues qui mènent à l'église catholique, où le mariage fut célébré en grande pompe. Le cortège en sortit l'heure. Aux abordes de l'église, les charniants boys-scouts danois formaient la première haie d'honneur qui bordait la foule.
La Princesse Marguerite l'avait voulu ainsi tant elle aime ses petii amis les boys-scouts elle est leur présidonto et elle tenait Il les voir au nr-J mier rang prendre part à sa joie et à la wu conge en quittant l'élise prit place dans les voitures de la Cour, En tête, précédée et escortée par un escadron do hussards, la daumont de eula dos nouveaux mariés. Elle était suivie immédiatement par la voiture du, Roi et do U Reine, puis venaient celles du Prince Waldemar est de la Duchesse de Parme du Prince Sixte de Bourbon et de l'Imperatrice douairière de Russie, du Prince Harald de Danemark et de la Princesse Sixte de Bourbon, du Prince Xavier de Bourbon et de la Princesse Georges de Grèce, du Prince Georges de Grèce et de la Princesse Harald ds Danemark, el suivaient encore les voitures des Prince royaux parents ou amis des deux familles. La foule acclamait les jeunes époux De splendides bouquets avaient été offerù à la Princesse Marguerite. 
Le cortège, au milieu des ovations enthousiastes, arriva devant le palais royal. Une compagnie de grenadiers de la garde, avec drapeau el musique, y rendait les honneurs. Dans l'un des grands salons du palais, les nouveaux mariés y furent félicités par tous, par les Princes, par les membres du gouvernement, par les officiers de l'armée et de la marine, par les hauts fonctionnaires, les représentants de l'Université et les notabilités du commerce et de l'industrie tout d'abord, puis les membres du gouvernement le corps diplomatique était venu présenter ses vœiuc et M. Allard, ministre de Belgique, son doyen, les exprima dans une aJioeuI tion exquise. Le vicomte de Fontenay notre nouveau ministre à Copenhague, fut très entouré et très distingué par le Roi et les Princes. Au déjeuner qui swi. vit, le Roi porta la santé des jeunes mariés. La foule qui remplissait la. place ne cessait de néblamer la Princesse Marguerite et le Prince René. Ceux-ci se présentèrent aw balcon. Une longue ovation leur fut faite, tandis que la musique de la garde jouait Sambre-et-Meuse A l'heure du départ des mariés, Jà foule qui les attendait encore empêchait leur automobile d'avancer et chargeait la voiture de fleurs. Lorsque nous rentrions le soir, le long du port, nous nous trouvâmes brusquement en face deia statue de la Princesse Marie d'Orléans, mère de la Princesse Marguerite. Le visage de la fille de feu le Duc et de Mme la Duchesse de Chartres semblait sourire. Des mains plieuses, filiales, des mains de Bourbon avaient déposé 'au pied de sa statue des fleurs liées aux couleurs f rançaises.

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Princess Margaret of Denmark ,Margrethe Françoise Louise Marie Helene; 17 September 1895 – 18 September 1992 was a Danish princess by birth and a princess of Bourbon-Parma as the wife of Prince René of Bourbon-Parma.

She was the youngest grandchild of Christian IX of Denmark and Queen Louise. Princess Margaret was born on 17 September 1895, in Bernstorff Palace north of Copenhagen. She was the fifth child and only daughter of Prince Valdemar of Denmark, and his wife Princess Marie of Orléans. She was named for her mother's sister Princess Marguerite d'Orléans.

 

Princely Wedding: Princess Margarete Ties the Knot

The Gaulois reported through dispatch the festivities that took place in Copenhagen on the occasion of the wedding between Princess Margarete of Denmark and Prince René de Bourbon-Parme.

What hasn't been sufficiently mentioned is the popular enthusiasm that this wedding sparked. It became both a national celebration and a Franco-Danish festivity. We are well aware of the long-standing and reciprocal friendship between France and Denmark, but perhaps we do not fully grasp the strength and ardor of the Danish people's Francophile sentiments. French individuals present in Copenhagen on June 9 could have easily believed they were in Paris, attending a reception for a Danish royal guest.

The French tricolor flag and the "danebrog" waved fraternally on every mast in the city, adorning public buildings and private residences. Windows were adorned with our national colors, and immense banners in the same hues adorned the entrances of shops. Furthermore, the florists, whom no other people love as much as the Danes, had crafted magnificent displays of flowers in blue, white, and red. It seems that we, perhaps more than foreign nations, live less in the constantly vibrant memory of our history. Nevertheless, the marriage of this princess and prince, both descendants of the blood of France, provided the Danish people with an opportunity to manifest, in a resplendent manner, their fervent friendship towards our country.

Moreover, this marriage appeared to symbolize a genuine union between the two nations, as this young and graceful princess, beloved by all classes in Denmark, was the daughter of Marie d'Orléans, that admirable Frenchwoman who did everything to foster love for France in her adopted country. And now, by marrying into the Bourbon family, she appeared twice as dear to them.

On June 7, at Bernstorf Castle, the residence of Prince Waldemar, an exhibition of the gifts sent to the engaged couple took place.

Among the marvelous jewels that glittered amidst the flowers were royal offerings from the King and Queen, the Queen Mother of Denmark, the dowager empress of Russia, the King and Queen of England, the princes of Denmark, Greece, and Sweden, as well as the princes and princesses of Bourbon and Orléans.

Adorned with tricolored ribbons, a superb Sèvres porcelain centerpiece, a gift from Mr. Millerand, stood proudly on the table.

Nearby, the sumptuous gifts from the Danish people were displayed with great honor: a magnificent set of silverware engraved with the coats of arms of the betrothed couple, and large silver vases, a gift from the city of Copenhagen.

In the evening, a ball brought together all the royal guests and friends of Prince Waldemar. On June 9, the wedding day, the weather was radiant.

The streets leading to the Catholic church, where the wedding was celebrated with great pomp, were crowded with the people of Copenhagen. Danish Boy Scouts, dear friends of Princess Margarete and under her presidency, formed the first honorary guard that lined the path, delighting the crowd.

The princess wanted it this way, as she wished to see her young friends at the forefront, sharing in her joy and bidding her farewell as she left the church. She then took her place in the court carriages. Led by an escort of hussars, the carriage of the newlyweds followed, with the bridal couple beaming with happiness. Immediately behind them came the carriage of the King and Queen, followed by those of Prince Waldemar and the Duchess of Parme, Prince Sixte de Bourbon, and the dowager empress of Russia, Prince Harald of Denmark and Princess Sixte de Bourbon, Prince Xavier de Bourbon and Princess Georges of Greece, and Prince Georges of Greece and Princess Harald of Denmark. The procession continued with carriages carrying royal relatives and friends from both families. The crowd cheered for the young couple, and splendid bouquets were offered to Princess Margarete.

Amidst the enthusiastic ovations, the procession arrived at the royal palace. A company of grenadiers from the guard, accompanied by flags and music, paid their respects. In one of the grand salons of the palace, the newlyweds received congratulations from everyone: the princes, members of the government, officers from the army and navy, high-ranking officials, representatives from the university, as well as prominent figures from commerce and industry. Initially, the government officials extended their felicitations, followed by the diplomatic corps, which expressed their wishes through exquisite speeches delivered by Mr. Allard, the Belgian minister and dean of the diplomatic corps.

The viscount de Fontenay, our new minister in Copenhagen, was surrounded and distinguished by the King and the princes. During the subsequent luncheon, the King proposed a toast to the young couple. The crowd that filled the square continued to applaud Princess Margarete and Prince René. The couple appeared on the balcony, and an extended ovation followed while the guards' band played "Sambre-et-Meuse." When it was time for the newlyweds to depart, the waiting crowd prevented their car from advancing and showered it with flowers. Later in the evening, as we strolled along the harbor, we suddenly found ourselves facing the statue of Princess Marie d'Orléans, the mother of Princess Margarete.

It seemed as though the face of the daughter of the late Duke and Duchess of Chartres was smiling. Filial hands, the hands of the Bourbons, had placed flowers in the colors of France at the base of her statue.

 

 

 

 

 

Mariage princier S. A. R. LE PRINCE RENÉ DE BOURBON- PARME VIENT D'ÉPOUSER S. A. R. LA PRINCESSE MARGUERITE DE DANEMARK

Le Gaulois a relaté par dépêche les fêtes qui ont eu lieu à Copenhague à occasion du mariage de la Princesse Marguerite de Danemark avec le Prince René de Bourbon-Parme. Ce qui n'a pas été suffisamment dit c'est l'enthousiasme populaire qu'a provoqué ce mariage. Ce fil la fois une fête nationale et une fête franco-danoise. On sait en France notre vieille et réciproque amitié pour le. Danemark, mais on ne sait pas assez la force et l'ardeur des sentiments fran. oophiles des Danois. Les Français qui sa trouvaient à Copenhague le 9 juin pouvaient se croire à Paris lors d'une réception d'un hôte royal danois. Le drapeeiu français et le « danebrog » flottaient fraternellement sur tous les mâts de la ville, déporaient les édifices publics et les hôtels particuliers, les fenêtres s'enguirlandaient de nos couleurs nationales, d immenses bandes aux mêmes couleurs tapissaient l'entrée des magasins, enfin les fleuristes jamais peuple n'aima autant les fleurs que les Danois avaient composé en bleu, blanc et rouge les magnifiques jonchées de leursétalages. Peutêtre vivons-nous moins dans le souvenir toujours vivant de notre histoire qué les peuples étrangers? toujours est-il que le mariage de cette princesse et dé ce prince, tous les deux issus du sang de France, avait donné l'occasion au peuple danois de manifester, d'une façon éclatante ses, sentiments de fervente -amitié pour notre pays. Ce mariage sem, blait d'ailleurs symboliser une véritable union entre les deux pays, car cette, jeune et très gracieuse princesse, si populaire dans toutes les classes danoise. était la fille de Marie d'Orléans, cette admirable Française qui fut la princesse" avait tout fait pour faire aimer la France dans son pays d'adoption, et puisque par son mariage elle devenait princesse de Bourbon elle leur apparaissait deux fois plus chère.

Le 7 juin avait eu lieu au'château de Bernstorf, résidence du Prince Waldemar, l'exposition des cadeaux envoyés aux fiancés. Au milieu de la table où rutilaient parmi les fleurs de merveilleuses pierreries, dons. royaux du roi et de la reine, de la reine mère de, Danemark, de l'impératrice douairière de Russie, du roi et de ta reine d'Angleterre, des princes de Danemark, de Grèce, de Suède et des princes et des princesses de Bourbon et d'Orléans, s'élevait, décoré de nœuds tricolores, un superbe biscuit de Sèvres, don de M. Millerand.
Tout auprès on avait disposé aussi en grand honneur les cadeaux du peuple danois, un somptueux service en argent ciselé aux armes des fiancés et de grands vases d'argent, don de la ville de Copenhague. Le soir un bal réunissait tous les hôtes royaux et les amis du Prince Waldemar. 0 iuin, jour du mariage, le lempç était radieux. Tout Copenhague se pres- sait dan les rues qui mènent à l'église catholique, où le mariage fut célébré en grande pompe. Le cortège en sortit l'heure. Aux abordes de l'église, les charniants boys-scouts danois formaient la première haie d'honneur qui bordait la foule.
La Princesse Marguerite l'avait voulu ainsi tant elle aime ses petii amis les boys-scouts elle est leur présidonto et elle tenait Il les voir au nr-J mier rang prendre part à sa joie et à la wu conge en quittant l'élise prit place dans les voitures de la Cour, En tête, précédée et escortée par un escadron do hussards, la daumont de eula dos nouveaux mariés. Elle était suivie immédiatement par la voiture du, Roi et do U Reine, puis venaient celles du Prince Waldemar est de la Duchesse de Parme du Prince Sixte de Bourbon et de l'Imperatrice douairière de Russie, du Prince Harald de Danemark et de la Princesse Sixte de Bourbon, du Prince Xavier de Bourbon et de la Princesse Georges de Grèce, du Prince Georges de Grèce et de la Princesse Harald ds Danemark, el suivaient encore les voitures des Prince royaux parents ou amis des deux familles. La foule acclamait les jeunes époux De splendides bouquets avaient été offerù à la Princesse Marguerite.
Le cortège, au milieu des ovations enthousiastes, arriva devant le palais royal. Une compagnie de grenadiers de la garde, avec drapeau el musique, y rendait les honneurs. Dans l'un des grands salons du palais, les nouveaux mariés y furent félicités par tous, par les Princes, par les membres du gouvernement, par les officiers de l'armée et de la marine, par les hauts fonctionnaires, les représentants de l'Université et les notabilités du commerce et de l'industrie tout d'abord, puis les membres du gouvernement le corps diplomatique était venu présenter ses vœiuc et M. Allard, ministre de Belgique, son doyen, les exprima dans une aJioeuI tion exquise. Le vicomte de Fontenay notre nouveau ministre à Copenhague, fut très entouré et très distingué par le Roi et les Princes. Au déjeuner qui swi. vit, le Roi porta la santé des jeunes mariés. La foule qui remplissait la. place ne cessait de néblamer la Princesse Marguerite et le Prince René. Ceux-ci se présentèrent aw balcon. Une longue ovation leur fut faite, tandis que la musique de la garde jouait Sambre-et-Meuse A l'heure du départ des mariés, Jà foule qui les attendait encore empêchait leur automobile d'avancer et chargeait la voiture de fleurs. Lorsque nous rentrions le soir, le long du port, nous nous trouvâmes brusquement en face deia statue de la Princesse Marie d'Orléans, mère de la Princesse Marguerite. Le visage de la fille de feu le Duc et de Mme la Duchesse de Chartres semblait sourire. Des mains plieuses, filiales, des mains de Bourbon avaient déposé 'au pied de sa statue des fleurs liées aux couleurs f rançaises.

 

 

 

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DANISH ROYAL WEDDING 1921

The marriage of Princess Margaret of Denmark and Prince Rene, Bourbon, was solemnised at the Roman here to-day in the presence of the King and Queen, the Queen Mother, the Dowager Russia, and other members of the Danish Royal Family.

Large crowds lined the streets the capital to cheer the Princess on return from church to Castle. Princess Margaret of Denmark, who was a nurse in England for a couple of years during the war, daughter of Prince Valdemar of Denmark and the late Princess D'Orleans, and niece of Queen Alexandra, Prince Rene of Bourbon brother the ex- Empress Zita of Austria.

Gifts were sent from all parts of Denmark, wivere the Princess most popular, and from nearly all the Royal houses Europe- Prince Rene presented his bride with various valuable trinkets, and amongst
the other gifts are a ring with sapphires and brilliants from the Danish Queen,
a pearl collar from the Dowager Queen Greece,
a tiara of brilliants and rubies from the Duchess de Chartres, grandmother the bride;
statue in French china from President,
collar diamonds from the ex-Empress Zita,
a diamond bracelet, from the brides' uncle and aunt, the Duke and Duchess of Magenta,

Prince Rene and his bride are reside in Paris. '


The wedding dress is made and sewn by Kgl Courtdresser MS. Christine Hansen St. Strandbaum. The very simple and very attractive dress is made of white charmeuse, light collar with long narrow sleeves, Sølvmor's train is 3 meters long and 2 meters wide, and the dress is, beautifully trimmed with old rare lace, heirlooms worn by Princess Marie.

The same lace garnishes Princess Marie's bridal veil, which the daughter will now wear, held together by Myrtle and a magnificent diadem belonging to Prince Rence Gift for his fiancee, with a French lily set in diamonds, see above in the picture. In addition, the Atlas shoes in smooth white.

 

 

Princess Margrethe's Wedding. Copenhagen By her serene highness Princess Margrethe's wedding on Thursday at 12 o'clock in Jesu Hjertes Kirke, the entire Steenosgade will be adorned by the residents.

The church's decoration will be handled by the Catholic fathers, or more precisely, by the sacristan brother who has previously shown himself to be an expert in this field. We have been asked from different sides whether there should be a civil ceremony before a Catholic wedding. According to the Berlingske Tidende, this is only the case in France and Italy, where an anti-church sentiment at a certain point has made civil marriage the only legally valid option.

For a wedding in this country, the civil ceremony is purely symbolic. The Foreign Guests. For the wedding, the groom's mother, the Duchess of Parma, Princess of Bourbon, his eldest brother, Prince TiMs, the Grand Duchess of Luxembourg and her spouse, Princes Javier and Louis, and Princess Isabelle, all of Bourbon, are expected. Additionally, Princess Marie's brother-in-law and sister, General Mac Mahon, the Duke of Magenta, with his wife and two children, Their Royal Highnesses Prince and Princess George of Greece, and Their Royal Highnesses Prince Earl and Princess Ingeborg of Sweden, with three children, and His Royal Highness Prince Georg with his son and wife, Prince Peter and Princess Eugenie, will attend. Two of Prince Rene's sisters are unable to attend, and three of his sisters are Benedietine nuns in England and cannot participate in any festivities.

The Entire Royal Family Naturally, the entire royal family will participate in the wedding. Their Majesties the King and Queen will attend, as will Her Majesty Dowager Empress Dagmar, who will be accompanied by her two daughters, Princess A'enia and their two sons, as well as Princess Olga and her spouse. Unfortunately, Queen Alexandra of England and the Duchess of Cumberland are unlikely to attend. Bridesmaids and Pageboys.

For the princess's wedding, a procession of bridesmaids and pageboys will follow the princess through the church. The little girls will all be dressed in light pink, and the boys will wear white sailor suits. The participants include Prince and Princess Aage's son, Count Valdemar Rosenborg, Prince Earl of Sweden, Princess Ingeborg's young son, Princess Feo, Prince Harald and Princess Helena's daughter, Lili Neergaard, daughter of the young court huntsman's mistress Neergaard, born H.N. Andersen, and Baroness Fanny Lotzbeet, S. Evers', two young children, Ludvig and Bibcke Lotzbeet.

The Bridal Dress The bridal dress is being tailored by the court dressmaker, Miss Christine Hansen, in St. Strandstræde. Miss Hansen sews for most of the royal ladies, including Her Majesty the Queen. The very simple and charming dress is made of white Charmeuse, with a low neckline and long, narrow sleeves.

The regulated silver moiré train is 8.5 meters long and 2 meters wide, and the dress is adorned with old lace heirlooms, previously worn by Princess Marie. The same lace adorned Princess Marie's bridal veil, which her daughter will now wear, along with myrtle and a magnificent tiara, a gift from Prince René to his fiancée, featuring the French Lily in diamonds. Additionally, there will be smooth white satin shoes. Miss Christine Hansen is not sewing her first princess wedding dress. During her training in England, she helped sew the Spanish Queen Isabella's bridal gown and the wedding dress for the late Swedish Crown Princess. The bridal dress will be exhibited at Miss Hansen's shop on Monday and Tuesday.

The Wedding Ceremony Bishop von Euch will perform the wedding ceremony, which will take place in Danish. This will be followed by a solemn mass with choir and solo singing. Among others, Miss Tenna Frederiksen will sing Gounod's "Ave Maria" accompanied by violin, viola, cello, harp, and organ. Fini Henriques, who has composed the wedding cantata, will conduct both the choir and musicians, including a string quartet. The ceremony will conclude with a hymn accompanied by trombones. The invited guests are likely to start gathering in the church as early as 3:30 pm.

Then the groom, whose best man will likely be Prince Sixtus, will arrive, and only then will the royal families take their seats. Approximately 150 invitations have been issued, including all the ministers and their spouses. Reserved seats in the church have been set aside for the St. Joseph Sisters. As their religious rules prevent them from participating in any festivities, this is the only way they can witness Princess Margrethe's wedding. Access to all seats in the church is only granted with a card clearly indicating the name. Therefore, anyone with the card will be directed to their assigned seat. Seats have also been secured for the entire household from the Yellow Palace and Bernstorff, including current and retired staff members who hold a deep affection for Princess Margrethe. Approximately fifty seats have been reserved for them. From the City to Amalienborg

After the ceremony, weather permitting, the entire wedding party will travel in open carriages through the city, following a route from Vesterbrogade, Strøget, St. Annæplads, Amaliegade to Christian the Seventh's Palace. The wedding guests will lead the procession, followed by the royal families, and finally, the bride and groom, who will ride in one of the king's carriages. Along the entire procession route, the Copenhagen scouts will form an arch of honor with their young scouts. Wedding Lunch at the Dowager Queen's Residence After lunch, the bridal couple, accompanied by His Royal Highness Prince Valdemar and the closest family members, will return to Bernstorff. From there, the couple will depart by car to a train station in Zealand, where they will take the Astene Express, headed for Paris as their preliminary destination. Thus, the wedding dinner for all the visiting guests will take place at Her Majesty the Dowager Queen's residence in Amalienborg without the presence of the bridal couple.

 

 

 

 

Sources:Svendborg_Avis Sydfyns Tidende;Ribe Stifts-Tidende;Le Gaulois,Le Figaro;Daily Mirror;The Telegraph; Archive Ursula Butschal;

 

 

 

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