Crown Prince Christian of Denmark signs first document as Regent

Photo: H.K.H. Kronprinsessen ©

Crown Prince Christian of Denmark has signed his first official document as Regent in Denmark.

Christian approved the parental leave of Morten Dahlin, the Minister of Cities and Rural Areas. He also signed the document that appointed Thomas Danielsen, the Minister of Transport, to take on Dahlin’s duties.

The documents were signed on Wednesday, 31 January.

The Crown Prince was regent for his father, King Frederik, while the latter was on a business promotion trip to Poland. It was the first time Christian has undertaken the role since turning 18 in October 2023 and heir to the throne in January 2024.

King Frederik returns to Denmark on Friday, 2 February.

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