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Frederik André Henrik Christian
Knight of the Order of the Elephant (R.E.),
Grand Commander of the Order of Dannebrog (S.Kmd.),
Silver Cross of the Order of Dannebrog (D.Ht.),
Commemorative Medal of the 50th Anniversary of Her Majesty Queen Ingrid's Arrival in Denmark (Dr.I.E.M.),
Badge of Honour, Officers of the Reserve (ROHT),
Commemorative Medal of Her Majesty Queen Margrethe II and His Royal Highness Prince Henrik's Silver Wedding (S.E.m.),
The Silver Jubilee Medal of Her Majesty Queen Margrethe II of Denmark (accession to the Danish throne) (R.E.m.),
Medal of the Danish Military Athletic association (D.M.I.H.),
King Frederik IX's Centenary Medal (M.M.11. March 1899-1999),
The Royal Medal of Recompense with Crown (EXPEDITION SIRIUS 2000) (BM.KR.),
Commemorative Medal of Queen Ingrid (Dr.I.M.M.).
Medal of the Greenland Home Rule (Grøn.Hjst.M1).
Grand Cross of the Order of Honourable Service, Italy (It.F.1.),
Adolph of Nassau’s Civilian and Military Service Order, Grand Cross, Luxembourg (N.A.1.),
The Order of Ojaswi Rajanya, Grand Cross, Nepal (Nep.Oja.Raj.1),
The Order of the Seraphim, Sweden (S.Sph.),
The Order of Saint Olav, Grand Cross, Norway (N.St.0.1.),
The Order of the White Roses, Grand Cross, Finland (Fi.H.R.1.),
The Order of Terra Mariana, Grand Cross, Estonia (Est.T.M.1.),
The Order of the Three Stars, Grand Cross, Latvia (Le.S.1.),
The Order of Leopold, Grand Cross, Belgium (B.L.1.),
The Order of the Icelandic Falcon, Grand Cross, Iceland (I.F.1.),
The Order of the Jordanian Renaissance, Grand Cross, Jordan (Jo.Re.1.),
The Order of the Chrysanthemum, Japan (J.Krys),
The Order of the Southern Cross, Grand Cross, Brazil (Br.S.K.1.),
The Order of the Rio Branco, Grand Cross, Brazil (Br.R.B.1.),
The Order of Chula Chom Klao, Grand Cross, Thailand (S.C.K.1),
The Order of Service for the Federal Republic of Germany, Grand Cross (Ty.F.R.F.1).
The Order of the Star of Rumania, Grand Cross (Ru.Stj.0.1.)
Copenhagen 26 May, 1968.
Elder Son of:
Her Majesty Queen Margrethe II of Denmark and His Royal Highness Prince Henrik of Denmark
Holmens Kirke (Naval Church of Holmen), Copenhagen on 24 June 1968
Fredensborg Slotskirke (Fredensborg Palace Chapel) on 28 May 1981.
On 14 May 2004, the Crown Prince married Mary Elizabeth Donaldson, who in connection with the marriage became HRH Crown Princess of Denmark. The wedding ceremony took place in Copenhagen Cathedral, and the wedding festivities were held at Fredensborg Palace.
Pupil at Krebs' Skole (Krebs' School) 1974-1981
(1974-1976 at Amalienborg), (Third grade) 1976.
École des Roches, Normandy, France, September 1982 – June 1983.
Øregaard Gymnasium (Øregaard High School) 1986.
Studies at Harvard University - Science of Government 1992-93.
Three month training position with the Danish UN mission in New York, 1994.
Master Political Science from the University of Aarhus, January 1995.
Posted as First Secretary to the Danish Embassy in Paris, October 1998-October 1999.
The Royal Life Guard 1986.
Lieutenant in the Reserve (Army) 1988.
Reconnaissance Platoon Commander with the Royal Guard Hussars’ Regiment 1988.
First Lieutenant in the Reserve (Army) 1989.
Royal Danish Navy Frogman Corps 1995 (equivalent to Special Boat Service – Royal Marines, or US Navy Seals).
First Lieutenant in the Reserve (Navy) 1995.
Captain in the Reserve (Army) 1997.
Lieutenant Commander in the Reserve (Navy) 1997.
Royal Danish Air Force Flying School 2000
Captain in the Reserve (Air Force) 2000.
Command and General Staff Course, Royal Danish Defence College 2001-2002.
Commander (Navy) and Major (Army, Air Force) 2002.
Staff Officer, Defence Command Denmark 2002-2003.
Senior lecturer with the Institute of Strategy at the Royal Danish Defence College, 2003-.
Commander senior grade in the Navy, lieutenant colonel in the Army, and lieutenant colonel in the Air Force 2004.
Expedition to Mongolia, July-August, 1986.
Dog-sledge artic expedition in Greenland "Expedition Sirius 2000", 11th Februay-31th May, 2000.
The Royal Danish Geographical Society.
A Patron for Danish Red Cross.
Aarhus University Male Choir
Copenhagen International Furniture Fair
Danish Deaf Association
Danish Design Center
Danish Railway Museum in Odense
Odense International Film Festival
Plant a Tree
Royal Academy of Music, Aarhus
Royal Awards for Sustainability
Save the Children Fund
SE - Cabinetmakers' Autumn Exhibition
The Anders Lassen Foundation
The Association of Fine Arts (Kunstforeningen GL STRAND)
The Associations of the Guard Hussars
The Commission for Scientific Research in Greenland
The Danish Dyslexia Organisation
The Danish National Committee of United World Colleges
The Danish Pleasure Crafts Safety Board
The Foreign Policy Society
The Georg Jensen Prize
The Greenlandic Society
The National Association of Hearing Impaired in Denmark
Aabenraa Golf Club,
Association of Cavalry Officers,
Capital City Go-Cart Club,
Copenhagen Golf Club,
Danish Diving Sports Association,
Danish Mongolian Society,
Danish Naval Association,
Fredensborg Golf Club,
Graasten Riding Club of 2004,
Gråsten Sailing Club,
HM The King of Sweden's Hunt,
Odsherred Golf Club,
The Ancient Guild of Christian IV in Aalborg,
The Danish Jockey Club,
The Guards Association, Copenhagen,
The Hobie Cat Club of Danmark,
The International Tennis Club of Denmark,
The National Committee for the Restoration of the Liberty Monument,
The Royal Danish Yacht Club,
The Royal Yacht Club of Tasmania,
The Sailors’ Society of 1856.
ISAF's (International Sailing Federation) Events Committee,
Young Global Leaders