Princess Marie attends Christmas show at the Glass Hall in Tivoli

Prince Joachim of Denmark, Princess Marie, Prince Henrik (the Younger)and Princess Athena visit the christmas musical show on "Stjernedrys og Nissekys" at the Glass Hall on December 5, 2015 in Tivoli, Copenhagen. For the 10th consecutive year invites Autism its members Eventyrteatrets Christmas show in the Glass Hall. This year Feeder Eventyrteatret play 'Stardust and Nissekys'. Princess Marie went as patron for the Autism Association and this is an annual event. (The Princess wore ZARA Hand Made Coat).
HRH Princess Marie of Denmark and her son Prince Henrik (the Younger) visit the christmas musical show on "Stjernedrys og Nissekys" at the Glass Hall
Prince Joachim of Denmark, Princess Marie, Prince Henrik and Princess Athena
Prince Joachim of Denmark, Princess Marie, Prince Henrik and Princess Athena
Prince Joachim of Denmark, Princess Marie, Prince Henrik and Princess Athena
Princess Marie Style ZARA hand made coatPrincess Marie Style LANVIN trilogy tote bag
                               ZARA Hand Made Coat                                   LANVIN Trilogy Tote Bag

6 comments:

  1. Elle me laisse completement indifferente

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  2. Ça tombe bien elle n'a pas l'intention de vous épouser !

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  3. Dame Lizzie,je vous prie de m'excuser ce n'était que malice

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  4. Lizzie, why not just refrain from commenting on royals of no interest to you, just like everyone else does? it's obvious which royals are of more interest, just from the number of comments. The blog isn't running a popularity poll on each royal, so no one needs to cast a vote.

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  5. Does anyone know how Princess Marie's Grandmother is? I read that she cancelled events as her Grandmother was ill a short while ago. I am hoping her Grandmother has recovered and is well?

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