Today’s date: Freddy turns 47

Give him a bridge pass on his birthday

 

May 26 will be another flags-on-buses day in celebration of the 47th birthday of Crown Prince Frederik. Known as a bit of a party animal is his younger days, Frederik went on to serve in the Danish army, navy, air force and the special forces, Frømandskorpset. Often representing Denmark in an official capacity abroad, he is expected to assume the royal reins in the next few years.





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