Princess Marie attended the opening of Wefood supermarket in Copenhagen

Within the scope of DanChurchAid organization, Princess Marie of Denmark attended the opening of a new "Wefood" supermarket in Copenhagen. The purpose of DanChurchAid "Wefood" supermarkets is to prevent food wastage. Volunteers work at Wefood supermarkets and the profit gained by selling the food coming from other supermarkets and food sector companies is used by DanChurchAid organization in order to satisfy the food needs of people struggling with hunger in the poorest countries of the world. ( VIDEO )
Princess Marie of Denmark attended the opening of a new "Wefood" supermarket in Copenhagen. The purpose of DanChurchAid "Wefood" supermarkets is to prevent food wastage
Princess Marie of Denmark attended the opening of a new "Wefood" supermarket in Copenhagen. The purpose of DanChurchAid "Wefood" supermarkets is to prevent food wastage
Princess Marie of Denmark attended the opening of a new "Wefood" supermarket in Copenhagen. The purpose of DanChurchAid "Wefood" supermarkets is to prevent food wastage

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Princess Marie wore ISABEL MARANT jacketPrincess Marie style JIMMY CHOO Pumps
                           ISABEL MARANT Jacket                                    JIMMY CHOO Pump

21 comments:

  1. I have to give it Princess Marie, she makes opening a food store look fun ! Beaming smile and showing great interest in the products !

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    1. If this is what you think. why of the photos she looks strained except when looking at the camera.

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    2. 11:22 What on earth are you talking about, think you have the clean your glasses ;)

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    3. Per usual anonymous 11:22

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  2. What a great idea! Every developed country should have one of these supermarkets!

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  3. Lovely Princess Marie. Most French ladies are effortlessly chic. It's in their DNA.

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    1. No need to exaggerate ... LOL

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    2. Oh for a french woman Marie is hardly chic.

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    3. So she have a real bad DNA, Marie doesn't have the "french chic"

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    4. French women love neutral colors and you don't notice the labels they are wearing. I would love to see Marie wear a classic Chanel tweed suit.

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    5. It is exaggerated statement about French women being chic.I am very often in France and you don't see chic women rather very seldom. Sure they are in fashion magazines but that is all.I think you can see more chic women on the streets of New York than in Paris.

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  4. Princess Anne open a charity shop, why we not see the Princess Anne so lovely and with charm personality do this?

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  5. Very noble idea for the people in need.

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  6. I like Princess Marie. However, she looks tired and old. Is it because of the weather?

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    1. You have the blues? Your song is old and tired.

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  7. Marie has a warm and simple look .

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  8. pas à son avantage, mine renfrognée et sourire forcé comme souvent, et tout comme sa belle sœur Mary elle cherche bien les photographes

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  9. Oh, is she charming and lovely! Would someone please tell me how she ties that scarf -- and walks in those heels (I might ask the latter of some other royal ladies; they look great in those shoes and I don't know how they can walk in them:). And how great to hear her speak Danish. It sounds so nice with her French accent, too.

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    1. How she ties her scarf is like many others do nothing special look it up so easy.

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    2. And shoes practice makes perfect, heel first not toe.

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    3. The scarf is an ordinary knot, you hold the scarf in each hand, cross it behind you neck, pulls the ends forward and make a knot. Easy peasy...

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