Dinner at Fredensborg Palace - Queen Margrethe's 75th birthday

Crown Princess Mary and Crown Prince Frederik of Denmark, Princess Marie and Prince Joachim of Denmark, Crown Princess Victoria and Prince Daniel of Sweden, Crown Prince Haakon and Crown Princess Mette-Marit of Norway, King Harald, Prime Minister of Denmark Helle Thorning-Schmidt attended the dinner at Fredensborg Castle on the occasion of Queen Margrethe's 75th birthday on April 16, 2015.
Crown Princess Mary and Crown Prince Frederik of Denmark arrive for the dinner at Fredensborg Castle on the occasion of Queen Margrethe's 75th birthday,
Denmark's Princess Marie and Prince Joachim arrive for the dinner at Fredensborg Castle on the occasion of Queen Margrethe's 75th birthday
Crown Princess Mary and Crown Prince Frederik of Denmark arrive for the dinner at Fredensborg Castle on the occasion of Queen Margrethe's 75th birthday
Crown Princess Mary of Denmark and Crown Prince Frederik of Denmark arrive at Fredensborg Palace during the festivities for the 75th birthday of the Danish Queen on
Danish Prime Minister Helle Thorning-Schmidt arrives at a private party in Fredensborg Castle during the festivities for the 75th birthday of the Danish Queen
Prince Joachim of Denmark and Princess Marie of Denmark arrive at Fredensborg Palace during the festivities for the 75th birthday of the Danish Queen
Danish Queen Margrethe arrives for the dinner at Fredensborg Palace on the occasion of her 75th birthday
Crown Princess Mary and Crown Prince Frederik of Denmark, Princess Marie and Prince Joachim of Denmark, Crown Princess Victoria and Prince Daniel of Sweden, Crown Prince Haakon and Crown Princess Mette-Marit of Norway, King Harald
Crown Princess Mary and Crown Prince Frederik of Denmark, Princess Marie and Prince Joachim of Denmark, Crown Princess Victoria and Prince Daniel of Sweden, Crown Prince Haakon and Crown Princess Mette-Marit of Norway, King Harald
Crown Princess Mette-Marit of Norway attends a private party in Fredensborg Castle during the festivities for the 75th birthday of the Danish Queen
Crown Princess Mette-Marit of Norway and Crown Princess Mary of Denmark
Crown Princess Mette-Marit of Norway and Crown Princess Mary of Denmark
Crown Princess Victoria's Style : Elie Saab Dress and Yves Saint Laurent Sandals
Crown Princess Victoria's Style : Elie Saab Dress and Yves Saint Laurent Sandals Crown Princess Victoria's Style : Elie Saab Dress and Yves Saint Laurent Sandals
                                                           ELIE SAAB Dress                                      YSL Sandals
Crown Princess Mette-Marits's Style : Giambattista Valli Floral Print Silk Georgette Gown Dress
Crown Princess Mette-Marits's Style : Giambattista Valli Floral Print Silk Georgette Gown Dress
GIAMBATTISTA VALLI Floral Print Silk Georgette Gown Dress
HRH Princess Marie's Style : Jimmy Choo Vamp Sandals   &   Jimmy Choo Clutch Bag
Princess Marie's Style: Jimmy Choo Vamp Sandals and Jimmy Choo Clutch Bag Princess Marie's Style: Jimmy Choo Vamp Sandals and Jimmy Choo Clutch Bag
                                             JİMMY CHOO Vamp Sandal                 JİMMY CHOO Cloutch Bag

25 comments:

  1. Daisy - queen. But strange color combinations.
    Mary - boooring dress and hair.
    Victoria stunning as always :)

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  2. This palace is called Fredensborg...

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  3. None of them looked out of the ordinary, not really stylish or elegant at all

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  4. Victoria is fine, but she is the only one born a princess, after all. Mary's outfit looks like an ill-gotten attempt to bring up something "original" to let the wearer shine out among so many other shining stars on the horizon. Difficult task, it's mostly the persona, who does the trick in such situations.

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    1. I agree, Mary doesn't look good at all, actually I find her quite vulgar,
      Marie has played safe and her dress is just plain,
      Victoria looks the best, but I have seen her much better than this.
      The class and style which was displayed by Maxima, Mathilde and Letizia in the previous gala dinner is far superior than this, they looked glamorous and elegant, simply perfect.

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  5. Mary is just from working class!

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    1. It's quite obvious. As they say you can dress a pig in silk, but under the silk there is still a pig, I'm not calling Mary a pig, just saying that it doesn't matter what she wears (which normally cost a fortune) she still looks a commoner. I think that the fact that she is so pretentious makes it even worse.

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    2. Your commenta tells more about yourself than you might believe !!!!
      Crownprincess Mary's anchestors are definetly not working class but Scottish titled nobles.
      Her father is working as a professor in mathematics (wouldn't even think of calling a professor for mathematics working class !)
      And Crownprincess Mary has also acedemic studies in her CV !
      So please stop defaming and slander a person who does a good PR-work of the new country she is living in !

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    3. is this written by mary or someone of her pr team? just wondering, too boisterous defense imo....

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    4. Marys father is a Professor. He has been at several universities around the world.
      Not what i'ill call working class.

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  6. Magnifique Mary, parfaite, royale ...

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  7. Princess Marie is the winner tonight.

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  8. Princess Marie is the winner tonight.

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    1. I don't think so... She chose dress which like sleepdress ;)

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  9. Joachim's suit jacket... my word!

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    1. Oh yeah, reminds me of the workers in the circus we attended lately with the kids. Made my evening :) :)

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    2. Hahahahaha! Well, you only need to look at past pictures of his dad and you can see where the bad taste comes from. I have to say it is not a very stylish family

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  10. Marie est la plus belle et parfaite

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  11. Queen Margrethe is certainly stretching out these birthday dinners :)

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  12. I think these celebrations are extravagant and out of order. If she was a good queen she would have given all the money these celebrations cost to a good cause. There are a lot of people in need. It is embarrassing, and completely immoral. How many parties does she need to celebrate her birthday?

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    1. I couldn't agree more.... One concert might have been enough... I think the Danish people and especially the royal family live in their own universe

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  13. Mary est la plus belle et parfaite.Très bien maquillée et très bien coiffée.

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    1. Marie est très bien maquillée et très bien coiffée.

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  14. CP Victoria is my favorite. I love her dress. Thought it'¿s quite funny it is so similar to the one worn by her sister and shown at the bottom of the pictures.

    Mary is one of my favorite royals, but her dress makes me think of a pijama.

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