New Year's Reception at Christiansborg Palace - 2015

Queen Margrethe of Denmark, Prince Henrik of Denmark, Crown Prince Frederik of Denmark and Crown Princess Mary of Denmark attends the New Year’s reception held for international diplomats at Christiansborg Palace on January 6, 2015 in Copenhagen, Denmark.
Queen Margrethe of Denmark, Prince Henrik of Denmark, Crown Prince Frederik of Denmark and Crown Princess Mary of Denmark
Queen Margrethe of Denmark, Prince Henrik of Denmark, Crown Prince Frederik of Denmark and Crown Princess Mary of Denmark
Queen Margrethe of Denmark, Prince Henrik of Denmark, Crown Prince Frederik of Denmark and Crown Princess Mary of Denmark
Queen Margrethe of Denmark, Prince Henrik of Denmark, Crown Prince Frederik of Denmark and Crown Princess Mary of Denmark

12 comments:

  1. WOW, CP Mary what a beautiful dress! Perfect!

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  2. Agree, very elegant and stylish!

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  3. The Queen and Prince Henrik have both been looking a little frail lately. Glad they are seated rather than standing for a long period of time

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  4. Gorgeous gown on Princess Mary. She is beautiful. Definitely my favorite princess.

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  5. Agree! Beautiful dress. Blue suits CP Mary. She has a great body shape, not too thin but tall & slender. My favourite royal lady besides Queen Letizia (second).

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    1. Agreed. Great body. Not too thin, not frail, toned, slender. Clearly her great body is the result of a healthy lifestyle - healthy eating and exercise without going to the extreme.

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  6. i prefer our princess Mathilde.

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  7. Queen Margrethe looks like Cruella de Vil in that fur coat. She seems to be a nice person but should not wear fur!

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  8. 'Should not wear fur'.......? Says who?
    Man has worn fur since the dawn of times - and i believe the Queen of Denmark can wear fur, if she wants to - as can anybody else!
    And you should refer to her with respect and not call her names.....!

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  9. Say's me :-)
    Yes you are right - man used to wear fur before we had other materials. We live in 2015 and do not need to abuse animals to keep warm. Long time ago fur animal lived in their habitat in nature. Nowadays they are keept in small cages, skinned alive or electruded in body openings. I do not respect people wearing fur. Sorry. I higly respect celebrities taking the decition not to wear fur like The Catherine, Countess of Cambridge and Michelle Obama. Likewise Princess Diana did not wear fur.

    Queen Margrethe is a beautilful woman but she should not wear fur! It makes her ugly.

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  10. I agree - we should not abuse animals to be able to wear fur!
    Torturing animals like you mentoin should be against the law.
    But there is a difference between animals kept in farms just for their fur and animals killed for food. You wouldn't throw that fur away - would you?
    The Queen often wears Greenlandic fur - which means the animals are shot in nature mainly for food - seal f.i. Greenland suffered greatly when most of the world banned seal because of Canadian barbaric slaughter og baby seals.That was'nt fair - because that is not the way the seals are killed in Greenland. They hunt the seals and other animals for food, protection AND clothes.
    I don't care if those british/american women don't wear fur - they don't have a province like Greenland to support. I'm proud of my Queen that she has the guts to stand up for the greenlandic hunters
    I shouldn't be surpriced if the fur, she wears for the New year party is Greenlandic.
    You shouldn't be so one-eyed in your judgements - what you say is right - but not the whole truth.
    And also - I think Queen Margrethe can live without your respect. She still is one of the world's most respected monarchs.

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