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The leader of Denmark could either be the Queen of Denmark or the President of Denmark, Lars Løkke Rasmussen.

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Denmark does not have a king, but a queen, Magrethe the Second.

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There is no King of Denmark in 2010, the Queen of Denmark is Margrethe II and her spouse Henrik, is Prince Consort of Denmark.

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no, but we have a queen, Magrethe II

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