Queen Margrethe II has raised eyebrows in Denmark for passages in a new book that weigh in on the nation's seemingly never-ending debate on 'Danishness'.
In the book, written with journalist Thomas Larsen, the Danish queen says that some immigrants and refugees have failed to properly integrate into society.
"It's not a law of nature that one becomes Danish by living in Denmark. It doesn't necessarily happen," Queen Margrethe says.
The queen goes on to say that certain groups of people are better at integrating than others.