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Funeral arrangements will honour Prince Henrik's wishes not to be buried next to his wife

Prince Henrik of Denmark's funeral arrangements have been made. After passing away on 13 February, Queen Margrethe II's husband's body is set to leave Fredensborg Palace and will be taken to Amalienborg on Thursday 15 February. Services for the late Prince will begin on Saturday, 17 February. Members of the public will be able to pay their respects from Saturday - Monday as his coffin will rest in the palace church at Christnsborg Palace. To respect his wishes, a private funeral service will be held on 20 February, with just his family and close friends. Following the service, the Prince's

Royal weddings: Long-lasting married couples from royalty then and now

A gallery of vintage royal wedding photos, with long-lasting royal couples then and now: Queen Elizabeth and Prince

Danish royals unite as Prince Henrik's body is moved to Amalienborg palace

Queen Margrethe II led her family in publicly mourning the death of her husband Prince Henrik on Thursday. The Danish royals were out in full force as they rode in convoy, following Prince Henrik's coffin which was being transferred from Fredensborg Castle, where the Prince died, to Amalienborg Palace in Copenhagen. After the half-hour journey, palace staff helped carry Henrik's coffin into the palace. The royals then gathered in the palace square where they took in the sea of flowers and messages that members of the public had left. Crown Princess Mary and her husband Crown Prince Frederik were joined