Sickness in the prime minister's family, which caused her to leave the parliamentary debate, is not serious.
Prime Minister Mette Frederiksen (S) had to leave an inquiry debate in the Folketing Hall on Wednesday afternoon because of acute illness in her family.
However, it turned out that it was not serious, the prime minister writes on Facebook:
– We just got a little scared earlier today and had to pass the hospital. Fortunately, it didn't turn out to be serious. I regret to the Folketing that I had to leave our good debate.
– Thank you to the party leaders for your understanding and greetings. Imagine having such good colleagues. And thanks to the staff at Herlev. From both the mother and the prime minister, the prime minister writes, followed by a heart.
So the Prime Minister makes it clear that it was one of her children that caused her to leave the Parliament House.
/ Ritzau /