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Entertainment Denmark's queen records first podcast series focused on her other life as an artist

11:05  29 october  2020
11:05  29 october  2020 Source:   honey.nine.com.au

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Denmark ' s queen has taken part in her first ever podcast , speaking about her lifelong passion for the arts . Queen Margrethe II, who is Princess Mary's She features in three episodes in the series titled The Queen and Art . The monarch, 80, speaks about her love for music, ballet and visual art and her

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Denmark's queen has taken part in her first ever podcast, speaking about her lifelong passion for the arts.

Queen Margrethe II, who is Princess Mary's mother-in-law, recorded the conversations inside Amalienborg Palace in Copenhagen.

She features in three episodes in the series titled The Queen and Art.

The monarch, 80, speaks about her love for music, ballet and visual art and her own creative pursuits.

Since childhood, art has played a major role in Margrethe's life.

She is a celebrated artist in Denmark and across Europe and her work has featured on stage and screen.

Every Christmas many of the decorations on display throughout the royal palaces are handmade by Margrethe.

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In June, the beaded clutch bag worn by Princess Mary – featuring a large 'M' – to an art exhibition in the queen's honour is believed to have been made by Margrethe.


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The podcast's first episode centres around classical music with pianist Nikolaj Koppel.

In it, Margrethe spoke about Tchaikovsky's music for the Christmas ballet The Nutcracker, for which she has drawn scenography and costumes for various productions.

The monarch has worked on close to 10 professional productions, including Cinderella.

Her costume designs have also featured in two films, The Snow Queen and The Wild Swans - both adaptations of Hans Christian Andersen stories.

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But her earliest professional project saw her collaborate with The Lord of the Rings author JRR Tolkien to create the illustrations for the Danish edition of the trilogy, in the 1970s.

She also helped with the book's translations.

Margrethe is the head of Europe's oldest monarchy and is the great-great-granddaughter of Queen Victoria.

She ascended the Danish throne in 1972 and has managed to balance her official duties with her passion.

In 2016, Queen Margrethe spoke to the UK Telegraph about how she finds time for both.

"I've lived with this duality for many years now and I feel that the duty that I have gives an edge to the fact that I like expressing myself in art, but the duty part of my life is nourished by the fact that I'm able to work in my art, able to produce something myself," Queen Margrethe said.

"I don't think I can really separate the two influences – the two go more or less hand-in-hand."

Queen Margrethe has even created textiles on display in churches around Denmark but says acrylic painting is her favourite.

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