Montréal, February 27th 2018.
I would gladly say my Majesty, but unfortunately can’t, and this is the main reason for this letter. I already have a queen, Elizabeth II, but I would like to arrange to officially switch my indefectible loyalty to you, and the Kingdom of Denmark!
First and foremost, please accept my most sincere condolences. I was deeply sorry when I learnt about the passing of your beloved husband just two weeks ago. I am aware that this letter comes at a rather clumsy time, but for reasons out of my control, I have to reach to you today!
I fell in love with Denmark years ago. I have read everything I could find about your beautiful country, its history, culture, people… I’ve made Danish friends, started learning Danish, and I came to visit three times already. I can assure you, this is not a passing fad.
In fact, I suspect that some people around me, here in Canada, are starting to think that I am mentally ill. My obsession might get me kicked out anytime now, and I’d rather move to Denmark as per request of your Highness, than just be rescued after being banned from my home country.
I can say rødgrød med fløde three times in a row without choking, and name your eight grand children alphabetically. I’ll do anything needed to gain your full and complete trust, even eat ladkris (I’m still working on liking that).
I would’nt dare trying to play with your feelings, but with my upcoming birthday, it would be quite the ultimate gift, when I hit the big 40, to be invited as honorary citizen of Denmark.
Please excuse my lack of protocole… It is one other thing I’ll work on with great pleasure for you!
Most humbly yours,