The question surrounding the possible relationship between Genoveva Casanova and Frederick of Denmark, crown prince of the country, shook the social chronicle two weeks ago. It all happened on October 26 when the Danish prince visited Madrid and slept at the actress's house, increasing speculation about Mary Donaldson's husband.
The images were published exclusively by the magazine Lecturas and this Monday, the Telecinco program TardeAR had access to some new shots, this time on video, of Federico de Denmark through the streets of Madrid. Specifically, they were recorded after he left Genoveva's home, and before heading to the Barajas airport.
The controversy, which has even been echoed by international media, continues to grow after these new images were revealed. In them, Federico walks through the central Alfonso XII street in Madrid, alone, without a trace of escorts, carrying a suitcase and a bag on his back.
The prince stops at a bus stop, talks on the phone with a person, and steps aside when the vehicle is about to stop. After the call, Federico from Denmark picks up a piece of paper and quickly gets rid of it, while he continues waiting around the bus stop and continues waiting inside.
After several minutes of waiting, and without knowing more details about who the person with whom Frederick of Denmark was speaking, it is discovered that the crown prince was waiting for the vehicle that would transport him to the airport, back to his native country, and that He could have traveled to that point in Madrid to avoid being picked up at Genoveva's house.
The car belonged to the Danish diplomatic corps and was sent by the embassy itself, with two people inside. With it he went to the executive terminal of Barajas airport, where his private plane back to Denmark was waiting for him.