Hvidore was sold in July, 1929 to Jacob Koefoed, a former wine merchant, while the contents has been sold at auction a few months earlier. At one time it served as a clinic. Now it serves as a conference center for the Novo-Nordsik Pharmaceutical Company. Not a lot remains inside of the original layout-the rooms are largely still there, and there are some architectural details, but substantial changes have been made. In the last few years (perhaps as many as 6-8, I can't recall) there were several articles by Coryne Hall, published in "Royalty Digest," that contained a number of photographs of the rooms as used by the Dowager Empress and Queen Alexandra. And in the October, 2003 issue of "Majesty Magazine," Coryne also wrote about the house, and the article contains a number of photographs showing the Dowager Empress's rooms.