Danish Prime Minister Postpones Wedding For EU Coronavirus Meeting

Danish Prime Minister Mette Frederiksen, shown here in Brussels in February, has postponed her wedding event due to a European Council conference.

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Danish Prime Minister Mette Frederiksen, revealed here in Brussels in February, has actually postponed her wedding event due to a European Council conference.

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” Im so looking forward to weding this man,” Frederiksen composed in an Instagram post, according to a translation from CNN. “The Council meeting in Brussels has been convened precisely on the Saturday in July when we had prepared our wedding event. I have to do my job and protect Denmarks interests.”

When precisely Frederiksens marital relationship to Tengberg will take place, it is uncertain. According to The Guardian, this is the 3rd time the pair have postponed their nuptials.

“I eagerly anticipate saying yes to Bo (who thankfully is very patient),” she stated in her post.

The meeting was arranged for July 17, which, according to Frederiksen, was the day she and her fiance Bo Tengberg were supposed to get wed. It will be the very first time EU leaders convene personally considering that the start of the pandemic.

Danish Prime Minister Mette Frederiksen has actually postponed her wedding event due to a European Council meeting to talk about coronavirus healing efforts and spending plan issues.

As of Friday, Denmark has actually seen 12,875 verified cases of coronavirus and 604 deaths, according to Johns Hopkins University.

” Im so anticipating marrying this male,” Frederiksen composed in an Instagram post, according to a translation from CNN. “The Council conference in Brussels has been convened exactly on the Saturday in July when we had actually prepared our wedding event. Damn. However, I have to do my task and protect Denmarks interests.”

Frederiksen is a member of the countrys center-left Social Democratic party, and was the youngest-ever prime minister to be elected in Denmark. She led an effort to resume Denmarks schools in April, which caused some controversy at the time.