Crown Princess Mette-Marit attends a seminar on media

Crown Princess Mette-Marit today presented the award to the 2014 talent in the media industry to VG Camilla Bjørn under Media network’s fall seminar at Holmen Fjord Hotel. 17 October 2014

Crown Princess Mette-Marit today presented the award to the 2014 talent in the media industry to VG Camilla Bjørn under Media network’s fall seminar at Holmen Fjord Hotel
Crown Princess Mette-Marit today presented the award to the 2014 talent in the media industry to VG Camilla Bjørn under Media network’s fall seminar at Holmen Fjord Hotel
Crown Princess Mette-Marit today presented the award to the 2014 talent in the media industry to VG Camilla Bjørn under Media network’s fall seminar at Holmen Fjord Hotel
Crown Princess Mette-Marit today presented the award to the 2014 talent in the media industry to VG Camilla Bjørn under Media network’s fall seminar at Holmen Fjord Hotel
Crown Princess Mette-Marit Fashion

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    1. 100% agree! She rarely looks good,because her body shape is very manly, very square for a woman.

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    2. That's because she's in her forties, and don't forget she's had three children. She's never been slim, but she used to be slimmer when she was younger, before having children with the prince.

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  2. C.P. Mette-Marit has such a distinctive style. She looks really pretty here, while still looking professional and appropriate for the event.

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  3. Wow, that outfit makes her look HUGE.

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  4. She really looks bad. Sorry if I sound nasty, but that leather outfit really makes her look very big. Definitely a NO NO, and please sack her stylist!

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  5. Bad, bad, bad taste...as vulgar as usual.

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