The future kings Edward VII of England and Frederick VIII of Denmark. They were brothers-in-law, Frederick’s sister having married Edward.
Princess Dagmar of Denmark. She would later marry the Grand Duke and Russian heir Alexander and become empress of Russia.
Vilhelmine Marie, princess of Denmark. She married her first cousin King Frederick VII of Denmark. They later divorced as her husband the king, last of his line, had a rather tumultuous private life.
Bernstorff Castle in Denmark. One of these yearly reunions which brought together, around the patriarch king Christian IX of Denmark and his spouse Queen Louise, all the children, stepchildren, and grandchildren which constituted the royal families of Denmark (of course), Greece, Russia and England.
King Christian IX of Denmark and Queen Louise in the prime of their youth, at the time they ascended to the Danish throne.
The three Scandinavian kings shortly after World War II. From left to right, King Haakon VII of Norway, his brother King Christian X of Denmark and King Gustav V of Sweden.