Danish Prime Minister Mette Frederiksen has managed to get married after her wedding was postponed and then rescheduled due to a busy first year in office that included the coronavirus pandemic.
Danish media reported that Frederiksen, 42, married filmmaker and photographer Bo Tengberg, 55, Wednesday at the medieval Magleby Church on Moen island in southeastern Denmark.
It is the second time she has rescheduled the ceremony. Last year, Frederiksen postponed it because of national elections on June 5 that led her Social Democrats to form a one-party, minority government.
It's time to re-evaluate the 'women are too emotional to be in important political positions.'
Danish newspaper Jyllands-Posten on Monday carried a satirical cartoon on Monday in which it depicted a distorted Chinese flag with coronavirus icons replacing the five stars.
Donald Trump said that he had a very good relationship with Denmark, and he agreed to speak later. Trump said that the Danish PM was very nice, and added that he appreciated her.
Danish Prime Minister Mette Frederiksen called the whole thing 'an absurd discussion' and said she was 'disappointed and surprised' that Trump had cancelled his visit.
The blast had smashed windows and torn apart the front of the building. One person was hit by flying fragments and sought treatment at a hospital.
Merkel, 64, has been in office since 2005 and has no history of serious health issues. Her office has given no explanation for the shaking episodes.