Prince Joachim and Princess Marie portrait unveiling

Prince Joachim and Princess Marie of Denmark attend the unveiling of their portraits at the Schackenborg Castle. Their two children, Prince Henrik and Princess Athena of Denmark attended the event and the lunch. The portraits are a gift to Schackenborg Foundation, which in 2014 was given Schackenborg Castle.
Prince Joachim and Princess Marie attend the unveiling of their portraits. Prince Henrik and Princess Athena. style royals, jewels, diamond earrings
Prince Joachim and Princess Marie attend the unveiling of their portraits. Prince Henrik and Princess Athena. style royals, jewels, diamond earrings
Prince Joachim and Princess Marie attend the unveiling of their portraits. Prince Henrik and Princess Athena. style royals, jewels, diamond earrings
Prince Joachim and Princess Marie attend the unveiling of their portraits. Prince Henrik and Princess Athena. style royals, jewels, diamond earrings
Prince Joachim and Princess Marie attend the unveiling of their portraits. Prince Henrik and Princess Athena. style royals, jewels, diamond earrings
Prince Joachim and Princess Marie attend the unveiling of their portraits. Prince Henrik and Princess Athena. style royals, jewels, diamond earrings
Prince Joachim and Princess Marie of Denmark attended the Festival of Lights in Haderslev barracks, marking the liberation of Southern Denmark in May 1945.
Prince Joachim and Princess Marie attended the Festival of Lights in Haderslev barracks. style royals, jewels, diamond earrings, newmyroyals
Prince Joachim and Princess Marie attended the Festival of Lights in Haderslev barracks. style royals, jewels, diamond earrings, newmyroyals
Prince Joachim and Princess Marie attended the Festival of Lights in Haderslev barracks. style royals, jewels, diamond earrings, newmyroyals
Prince Joachim and Princess Marie attended the Festival of Lights in Haderslev barracks. style royals, jewels, diamond earrings, newmyroyals
Prince Joachim and Princess Marie attended the Festival of Lights in Haderslev barracks. style royals, jewels, diamond earrings, newmyroyals
Prince Joachim and Princess Marie attended the Festival of Lights in Haderslev barracks. style royals, jewels, diamond earrings, newmyroyals

9 comments:

  1. Princess Marie, a real beautiful and elegant dress! Congratulations! The kids lovely like on a medieval painting...
    But nobody there to clean the floor near the door at Schackenborg castle??
    Oh dear, is there someone outside, who would welcome his dinner-guests like this? Yes sorry, I know: first world problems, ha ha...

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    1. To me it looks like the floor painting has come off just inside the door and I think someone should fix that. In a castle like that there will always be something that needs repair, but fixing the floor would make a big difference, because it doesn't look good.

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    2. That looks awful! Surprised they didn't photoshop that floor. Wow

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  2. I think Prince Joachim' s portrait was better than Princess Marie's.

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    1. Je pense la même chose que vous. Celui de la princesse Marie semble nous la faire paraître beaucoup plus vieille que son âge. Peut-être la coupe de cheveux y est pour quelque chose.

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    2. Petsonally i dont like any of these portrait but Nice family, and the kids are lovely

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    3. I don't like Marie's portrait and his is just ok. The family is beautiful, the children are adorable. I recall seeing a picture of one of the floors in that castle when he lived there with his first wife. It appeared to be a dull wide planked floor with no finish. This floor is badly in need of painting especially at the doorway but it is not their home now.

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  3. wow, I like the way the scandinavian royals show their beautiful kids and involve them with the public, and they do make beautiful kids!!

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  4. Little Princess Athena is a mini Princess Marie ! Loving the fact PM has grown her hair, it really does suit her !

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