Danish Prime Minister Mette Frederiksen has postponed her wedding due to a landmark European Union summit next month.
According to the details, the summit of the heads of the European Union will be held on July 17 and this is the first time since the outbreak of the coronavirus.
The meeting will discuss the European Union budget and the fight against the coronavirus.
Danish Prime Minister Mette Frederiksen’s wedding is set for those dates, but she has now announced that she is postponing her wedding because of the meeting.
Mette Frederiksen said in a post on social media that featured herself and her fiance Bo Tengberg “I’m so looking forward to marrying this man.” “The Council meeting in Brussels has been convened exactly on Saturday in July when we had planned our wedding. Damn. But, I have to do my job and protect Denmark’s interests.”
“I’m looking forward to saying yes to Bo (who is fortunately very patient),” the Danish Premier added.
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Jeg glæder mig så meget til at blive gift med den her fantastiske mand. Men helt let skal det åbenbart ikke være, og nu er der indkaldt til Rådsmøde i Bruxelles lige præcis den lørdag i juli, hvor vi havde planlagt bryllup. Øv. Men jeg skal jo passe mit arbejde og varetage Danmarks interesser. Så vi må endnu engang ændre planer 😉 Størst af alt er kærligheden ❤️ Og det skal nok lykkes snart at blive gift. Jeg glæder mig til at sige ja til Bo (der heldigvis er meget tålmodig) 🧖♀️
It should be noted that like other countries, Denmark is also infected with the coronavirus and there are more than 12,000 cases and 603 deaths.