King Frederik X of Denmark’s Tell-All Book Creates Waves
In a surprising move, King Frederik X of Denmark has released a tell-all book titled ‘Kongeord’ (The King’s Word), providing readers with unprecedented insights into his vision for the monarchy.
Published just three days after his ascension to the throne, the 110-page book has quickly become a bestseller, shedding light on various aspects of the king’s life.
Controversial Content Surrounding Faith and Relationships
The book delves into King Frederik’s perceived lack of devotion to the Christian faith and scrutinized relationship with Queen Mary, 51.
The monarch’s night out with socialite Genoveva Casanova, 47, has been a recent focal point, echoing the revelations style seen in Prince Harry’s memoir.
Book’s Foundation in Year-Long Interviews
Based on over a year’s worth of interviews with Jens Anderson, the author of Frederik’s 2017 biography, the content of the book unfolds with candidness.
The revelations have sparked debates and discussions, making the £29 book a rapid bestseller with 25 copies sold every minute.
Personal Journey from Prince to Monarch
Readers are taken on a journey through King Frederik’s life, from his early days as a prince to becoming a father of four and ascending to the throne.
The book promises to reveal intricate details about his relationships with fellow royals, family, and his marriage.
Royal Quotes Addressing Criticisms and Values
King Frederik addresses past criticisms, stating, “I have learned a lot from having a wife who, from time to time, reminds me that of course I am not always right.”
The book confronts the difficulties he faced as a young boy accepting his future role as king.
Genoveva Casanova’s Social Media Post After King’s Coronation
Genoveva Casanova, who faced scrutiny after her night out with then Crown Prince Frederik, recently posted on her Instagram stories.
Sharing a video about child labor in Africa, her post marks her return to social media since King Frederik’s ascension.
Royal Couple’s United Display After Controversy
Despite the controversy surrounding the royal couple, King Frederik and Queen Mary displayed unity during their balcony appearance at Christiansborg Palace.
The abdication of Queen Margrethe II on January 14th marked the official succession to the throne by King Frederik and Queen Mary.
Public Support for the New Monarchs
A recent poll reveals that the new King and Queen of Denmark enjoy substantial support, with over 80 percent of the Danish population expressing approval.
While both are deemed well-suited for their roles, Queen Mary slightly edges out King Frederik in popularity, possibly influenced by past rumors of an affair.Share on Facebook «||» Share on Twitter «||» Share on Reddit «||» Share on LinkedIn