Frederick X and Mary Donaldson put the finishing touch to the acts of their proclamation: with their four children and under the snow

One week after the abdication of the Queen Margaret, the coronation ceremonies of Frederick X still continue. This Sunday, Mary Donaldson y Frederick Xalong with his four children, have gone to the cathedral of Aarhus (the second most populated city in Denmark) for a religious service: the last act of his coronation.

Mary and Federico demonstrated their union last weekend after the passionate kiss on the Christiansborg balcony. In this last act of proclamation, the Danish Royal Family has shown that its family unit is stronger than ever. Even though his son Christian (18) has greater weight, since he has become crown prince, Isabella and the twins Josephine y Vincent They have also attended this last event.

The service, marked by heavy snowfall, involved 600 representatives of official Denmark, the Danish parliament, as well as ministers and representatives of the city of Aarhus. Likewise, 400 tickets have been reserved for citizens. At the end of the religious service, the Royal Family returned to Marselisborg Castle.

Mary Donaldson has chosen a lilac dress, which she has combined with an elegant black cape. On the day of the proclamation, the consort opted for a white dress. This Monday, in her first official act as queen, Mary opted for a total look Navy blue.

Frederick X and his book

Three days after his proclamation, Frederick X published Kongeord (Word of the King). In the book, written in collaboration with Jens Andersen, the monarch talks about his commitments as king. Likewise, Queen Margaret's first-born son emphasizes that both he and Mary will focus their attention on the most vulnerable and marginal groups in Danish society.