Plans for the Danish Queen’s New Year speech 2020 have been recently confirmed. Every year, Margrethe II records the New Year Address for residents of her country. What message will she deliver to people after such an abnormal year?
The Queen’s New Year’s speech is an important part of the New Year’s celebration in Denmark. Every year, Margarethe II appeals to people on December 31. Danes usually gather together earlier to have a possibility to party, listen to the Queen, and then keep on celebrating. How is everything scheduled this year? Let’s check at online gambling sites in Denmark.
Margarethe II’s Christmas and New Year plans
Last month, the Royal Family of Denmark confirmed the Queen’s plans for the upcoming Christmas & New Year holidays. According to their announcement, Margarethe II will celebrate Christmas with her younger son Joachim. The Prince will return to Denmark for the first time since summer as he has had brain surgery abroad. Then, traveling restrictions emerged in Europe. Therefore, the 80-years-old Queen and Prince Joaquim decided to spend part of the holidays together in Schackenborg Palace.
As for New Year’s Eve, the Queen’s New Year speech 2020 takes place as usual. Margarethe II will deliver her message to people on December 31 at 6 pm. According to online sportsbooks in Denmark, the Queen’s speech is going to be quite interesting this year.
What will the Queen’s New Year speech 2020 be about?
The Queen’s traditional New Year’s speech will focus on the pandemic theme. It is not surprising that the Queen of Denmark may have an intention to speak about difficulties Danes has faced during this year. The pandemic affected all countries and became a number 1 topic in the world as well as Merriam-Webster’s Word of the Year. According to Bet365 Sportsbook, Margarethe II will mention the words “pandemic” and “coronavirus” with 1.30 and 1.28 odds respectively.
The importance of family bonds and relatives’ support has been also important during such a difficult year. Denmark is not an exception, that’s why the Queen may also emphasize the importance of family with 1.02 odds.
In addition, the Queen of Denmark is believed not to forget about the Faroe and Greenland (Færøerne and Grønland in Danish). With 1.001 odds, they will be definitely mentioned in the Queen’s speech on New Year’s Day.