Danish prime minister gets wedding third Party Attempt

HELSINKI — Danish Prime Minister Mette Frederiksen was able to have married after her marriage has been postponed and then rescheduled because of a busy first year in office which comprised the coronavirus pandemic.

Frederiksen printed a photograph from the marriage on her FB page with just the word”JA” – Danish for yes — along with a heart. The film shows the grinning newlyweds coming from the church.

Danish tabloid Ekstra Bladet is known as the couple’s nuptials”a key wedding” using just a couple of invited guests present, such as former Prime Minister Poul Nyrup Rasmussen.

Frederiksen has been sworn in as Denmark’s youngest-ever prime minister on June 27, 2019, becoming the second woman to hold this article.

She chased her and Tengberg’s marriage this past year due to this June 5 nationwide election which ended up placing her Social Democratic Party in control of a minority government.

Frederiksen declared last month she’d have to reschedule her marriage another time since it succeeds with a European Union summit this past week.