The tattoo is of a shark which was inked on the leg of Prince Frederik. It is the emblem of the Danish Navy’s leading frogman forces with conjecture it was selected as a practice of compliment. The Frogman Corps that is straight underneath the Danish Navy’s Operational Command are a choice part of commandos and expert divers who are tasked with attacking enemy vessels, progressive force and nautical anti-terrorism errands among others. This leg tattoo is very much attractive in looking.
The next arm tattoo means ‘pingu’ is an orientation to the moniker the Prince received upon finishing his exercise to be a badged Frogman. The sequence is a tough sequence of nine phases across nine months that contain sequences of jobs containing a scuba diving progression, an existence course and a battle swimmer progression. An estimated of 500-600 applicants instigates the sequence but fewer than a dozen usually finish the whole nine months. But in spite of the love of tattoos by Royal family, in 1966 Prince Frederik’s grandpa delivered a law that forbade tattooing on the neck, face, feet and hands. The prince is looking handsome in these tattoos.