Prince Joachim and Princess Marie's visit to Iceland 1st day

Yesterday, on January 21st, Prince Joachim and Princess Marie of Denmark started a visit to Iceland that will last for one or two days within the scope of celebrations of 100th anniversary of establishment of the Denmark-Iceland Association. Last night, the couple attended a reception organized by the Denmark-Iceland Association. The Denmark-Iceland Association aims to strengthen the bond between Denmark and Iceland, and it organizes conferences, concerts and exhibitions for that purpose. This year, the Association celebrates 100th anniversary of its establishment. The anniversary celebrations take place in Reykjavik, Iceland.
Prince Joachim and Princess Marie of Denmark started a visit to Iceland that will last for one or two days within the scope of celebrations of 100th anniversary of establishment of the Denmark-Iceland Association
Prince Joachim and Princess Marie of Denmark started a visit to Iceland that will last for one or two days within the scope of celebrations of 100th anniversary of establishment of the Denmark-Iceland Association
Prince Joachim and Princess Marie of Denmark started a visit to Iceland that will last for one or two days within the scope of celebrations of 100th anniversary of establishment of the Denmark-Iceland Association
Prince Joachim and Princess Marie of Denmark started a visit to Iceland that will last for one or two days within the scope of celebrations of 100th anniversary of establishment of the Denmark-Iceland Association
Prince Joachim and Princess Marie of Denmark started a visit to Iceland that will last for one or two days within the scope of celebrations of 100th anniversary of establishment of the Denmark-Iceland Association
Prince Joachim and Princess Marie of Denmark started a visit to Iceland that will last for one or two days within the scope of celebrations of 100th anniversary of establishment of the Denmark-Iceland Association

13 comments:

  1. Tja, nette Kleidung, aber nicht gerade Aufsehen erregend! Warum immer so eine langweilige Kombination aus Hose und Bluse. Das ist hin und wieder schön, aber doch nicht immer. Es kann ja sein, dass Mary die Hauptrolle spielt/spielen soll, nichtsdestotrotz kann sich Marie etwas mutiger, auffälliger kleiden.

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  2. I think this couple dose not like showing off , very calm and peaceful

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  3. The Nordic House (incl. all furniture) in Reykjavik by the Finnish architect Alvar Aalto is fantastic!

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  4. Boring dressed as usual. No accessories such as jewelry or a belt. Seems like it does not interest her at all how she looks. Definitely Europe's worst dressed princess …… I'm sorry, Marie !

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    1. Agree with you.
      Being French woman she should know how to dress.

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  5. so beautiful and simple.

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  6. Nothing wrong with her outfit. She looks classic, modern and beautiful. Perfect. The Marie haters must admit had this been Mary only positiv comments would have been posted.

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    1. Classic? I don't think so. Alexandra was classic! Jaqueline Kennedy, Princess Diana, Nancy Reagan, Audrey Hepburn, etc., that's classic. This is threw something on.

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    2. Again unable to say anything else without mentionning Mary...

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  7. Love this couple,and princess Marie looks beautiful.

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  8. Has Marie had further enhancement or maybe the way she is pushing her top half forward.

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  9. The top Marie is wearing could be a lot more flattering -- and doesn't even look like something Marie would usually wear; but perhaps it has some significance for the visit.
    As always, it's nice to see pics of this couple.

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  10. Dreadful outfit! Some colour would be nice!

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