December is just about here, and, once again this year, The Royal House of Denmark will present a digital Christmas calendar.
Christmas in The Royal House of Denmark is filled with traditions. Both for The Royal Family and among the Court's employees. From 1 December until Christmas Eve, little stories about what goes on regarding Christmas cheer and preparations behind the palace's windows in December will be told on The Royal House of Denmark's digital platforms.
This is the eighth time that The Royal House of Denmark has presented a digital Christmas calendar. The tradition began in 2016, when Her Majesty The Queen very specially opened up The Royal Family's photo archive and displayed 24 Christmas photographs from The Royal Family's Christmases through the ages. The following year, The Queen presented her private Christmas decorations from Marselisborg Palace each day in December, and, from 2018-2021, adventure tales were told about The Queen's handmade paper elf family, which journeyed around to the royal palaces, throughout the Realm and through the Royal Lineage. Last year – just like this Christmas – little Yuletide stories about Christmas in The Royal House of Denmark were told.
You can follow the digital Christmas calendar each day on The Royal House of Denmark's social media platforms and via a theme page on The Royal House of Denmark's website. The first door of the Christmas calendar will be opened tomorrow, 1 December, at 07:00.