Future King of Denmark receives his name

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From the Sydney Morning Herald: The half-Australian future king of Denmark officially has a name: Christian Valdemar Henri John. The tiny prince was christianed Friday evening, "surrounded by the cream of European royalty." Apparently, his fourth name, "John" was a nod to the baby's Australian family, as his mother, Princess Mary, is from Sandy Bay, Tasmania. Per tradition, he was christianed in a solid silver christening font built specifically for royal use in the 1600's.

Congratulations to little Prince Christian!


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