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Josh Groban performs for Queen Margrethe of Denmark's 75th birthday

April 9, 2015
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The Danish royals certainly had a good cause for celebrationon Wednesday. As Queen Margrethe II approaches her 75th birthday onApril 16, the royal family started the party early. First the Queen and PrinceConsort Henrik arrived to Aarhus City Hall along with Crown Prince Frederik, Crown Princess Mary, Prince Joachim and his wife Princess Marie, they then rodein a parade through the streets of Aarhus in a carriage pulled by horses.

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LaterWednesday evening, the festivities continued with a glamorous concert in thecoastal city. Josh Groban made his way to Denmark to grace Queen Margrethe withhis mesmerizing voice. After his performance, he took to Twitter and wrote, “Denmark, it was a pleasure to be back inyour beautiful country to sing for Queen Margarethe's 75'th birthday! To manymore." RasmusSeeback and Anne Linnet also showed off their talents for the guests as Danishactor Nikolaj Lie Kaas hosted.

For theoccasion, Princess Mary wore a stunning midnight blue velvet gown and carried amatching clutch. The 43-year-old also was joined by her husband Frederik and theirchildren, Princess Isabella, 7, and Prince Christian, 9.

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PrinceJoachim was accompanied by his wife, Tasmanian-born Princess Marie, who lookedexquisite in a pale pink sleeveless gown. His children from his previousmarriage: Prince Nikolai, 15, and Prince Felix, 12. The boys’ mother Alexandra,Countess of Frederiksborg was also in attendance.

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As forthe woman of the hour, Queen Margrethe wore a navy gown that matched herhusband’s tuxedo jacket perfectly. All in all, this was one spectacular way to kick off her birthday week.

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