An interesting incident occurred at the birthday celebration of Prince Christian, grandson of the Queen of the Kingdom of Denmark. A woman is suspected of deliberately leaving her shoes at the palace.
Who doesn’t know the story of Cinderella? She was a beautiful girl who accidentally left her glass slipper in the palace, and then married the prince. However, this story also happened in real life.
Not long ago, Prince Christian held a birthday party at Christiansborg Palace, Copenhagen, on October 15. The party was attended by nobles from all over Europe, including a student who left his shoes behind.
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When the staff was cleaning up the remains of the lavish birthday celebration, they found the shoes. However, instead of holding a competition and going from house to house to find the owner, the prince actually asked the Palace to upload a photo of the shoes on social media.
“Was it Cinderella who forgot her shoes last night?” he wrote, quoted from the dailymail.co.uk page, Monday (23/10/2023).
“At Her Majesty’s dinner yesterday, this lonely stiletto shoe was left at Christiansborg Castle. “The owner is welcome to contact us to get it back,” he continued.
After further investigation, it turned out that the shoes belonged to a woman named Anne-Sophie Tornso Olesen. Anne is known to be one of the invited guests who attended the prince’s birthday party.
She appeared wearing a black dress with gold high heels which went viral almost all over the world.
Unexpectedly, his unique action of leaving his shoes in the palace area to attract the prince’s attention actually made the evening memorable.
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