Queen Margrethe strips four grandchildren of royal titles – inside monarch's grand home

However, royal fans can visit other parts of the historic residence, including Christian VIII’s Palace, which houses the Amalienborg Museum.

During the summer, there is daily entry to the Royal Representation Rooms, the Gala Hall and other staterooms which are still used by the Danish Royal Family.

Queen Margrethe II also lives at Amalienborg, in Christian IX’s Palace, and uses Christian VII’s Palace as her setting for guests and official receptions, such as the annual New Year banquet.

Built in 1750 in the rococo style, the waterfront castle consists of four noble buildings surrounding an octagonal courtyard.

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