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The king and queen of Sweden have been spotted with a picnic - along the road of a Danish highway. King Carl XVI Gustaf (second left) and his wife (also pictured) were accompanied by two men for dinner on Monday

Champagne supercar! King Carl Gustaf from Sweden parks Ferrari for a picnic with his wife in Denmark

  • Monarch, 73, arrived with Queen Silvia, 75, in Ferrari at a picnic area along the road 60 miles south of Copenhagen
  • The royal couple was accompanied by two men and brought strawberries and white wine on Monday
  • A member of their party entered a nearby cafĂ© after realizing that someone had forgotten to bring a corkscrew
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The king and queen of Sweden have been spotted with a picnic – along the road of a Danish highway.

Carl XVI Gustaf, 73, was at the wheel of a gray Ferrari when he and his wife Silvia went to lunch on Monday at a picnic area about 60 miles south of Copenhagen.

When they walked out of their car, the queen, 75, saw lunch seated in a paper bag, and the couple also brought some white wine, according to Ekstra Bladet.

However, it appears that someone has forgotten the corkscrew – it was corrected after someone from the group entered a nearby cafe to borrow one.

The king and queen of Sweden have been spotted with a picnic - along the road of a Danish highway. King Carl XVI Gustaf (second left) and his wife (also pictured) were accompanied by two men for dinner on Monday

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The king and queen of Sweden have been spotted with a picnic – along the road of a Danish highway. King Carl XVI Gustaf (second left) and his wife (also pictured) were accompanied by two men for dinner on Monday

The monarch, 73, was at the wheel of a gray Ferrari when he and his wife, Silvia, run over for lunch at a picnic area about 60 miles south of Copenhagen. The queen, 75, was seen picking up lunch in a paper bag and the couple also brought some white wine, according to reports

The monarch, 73, was at the wheel of a gray Ferrari when he and his wife, Silvia, run over for lunch at a picnic area about 60 miles south of Copenhagen. The queen, 75, was seen picking up lunch in a paper bag and the couple also brought some white wine, according to reports

The monarch, 73, was at the wheel of a gray Ferrari when he and his wife, Silvia, run over for lunch at a picnic area about 60 miles south of Copenhagen. The queen, 75, was seen picking up lunch in a paper bag and the couple also brought some white wine, according to reports

It seems that someone has forgotten the corkscrew, so a member of their party went to a nearby cafe to borrow one. Few passersby recognized the royal couple - despite a huge gray box next to them, marked with a royal crown

It seems that someone has forgotten the corkscrew, so a member of their party went to a nearby cafe to borrow one. Few passersby recognized the royal couple - despite a huge gray box next to them, marked with a royal crown

It seems that someone has forgotten the corkscrew, so a member of their party went to a nearby cafe to borrow one. Few passersby recognized the royal couple – despite a huge gray box next to them, marked with a royal crown

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The royal family was accompanied by two men, who are believed to have arrived in a Danish registered Maserati.

All four were seated at the table, on which a white tablecloth was laid.

While the quartet enjoyed their meal, the temperature was around 23C (73F) and there was a bowl of strawberries and bottles of water on the table.

According to the Danish media, some passers-by recognized the royal couple – despite a huge gray box next to them, marked with a royal crown, and the presence of two security guards with dark glasses.

The two men who accompanied the royal couple are supposed to have arrived in a Danish registered Maserati. While the quartet enjoyed their meal at a temperature that fluctuated around 23C, a bowl of strawberries and bottles of water could be seen on the table

The two men who accompanied the royal couple are supposed to have arrived in a Danish registered Maserati. While the quartet enjoyed their meal at a temperature that fluctuated around 23C, a bowl of strawberries and bottles of water could be seen on the table

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The two men who accompanied the royal couple are supposed to have arrived in a Danish registered Maserati. While the quartet enjoyed their meal at a temperature that fluctuated around 23C, a bowl of strawberries and bottles of water could be seen on the table

King Carl XVI Gustaf and Queen Silvia of Sweden are presented at the 2019 Polar Music Prize award ceremony on 11 June in Stockholm

King Carl XVI Gustaf and Queen Silvia of Sweden are presented at the 2019 Polar Music Prize award ceremony on 11 June in Stockholm

King Carl XVI Gustaf and Queen Silvia of Sweden are presented at the 2019 Polar Music Prize award ceremony on 11 June in Stockholm

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