Princess Mary visited Vilhelmsborg Equestrian Center

In the morning of August 19, Crown Princess Mary of Denmark visited Danish Vilhelmsborg National Equestrian Center (Aarhus). She attended the medal ceremony of competitors for the first stages of "FEI European Championships for Ponies" competition held between August 17-21 in Aarhus. In the FEI European Championships for Ponies competition, the competitors struggle in three stages, that is, dressage, show jumping and eventing.
Crown Princess Mary visited Danish Vilhelmsborg National Equestrian Center (Aarhus) Princess Mary wore skirt, blouse
Crown Princess Mary visited Danish Vilhelmsborg National Equestrian Center (Aarhus) Princess Mary wore skirt, blouse
Crown Princess Mary visited Danish Vilhelmsborg National Equestrian Center (Aarhus) Princess Mary wore skirt, blouse
Crown Princess Mary visited Danish Vilhelmsborg National Equestrian Center (Aarhus) Princess Mary wore skirt, blouse
Crown Princess Mary visited Danish Vilhelmsborg National Equestrian Center (Aarhus) Princess Mary wore skirt, blouse
Crown Princess Mary visited Danish Vilhelmsborg National Equestrian Center (Aarhus) Princess Mary wore skirt, blouse
Crown Princess Mary visited Danish Vilhelmsborg National Equestrian Center (Aarhus) Princess Mary wore skirt, blouse
Crown Princess Mary visited Danish Vilhelmsborg National Equestrian Center (Aarhus) Princess Mary wore skirt, blouse
Crown Princess Mary visited Danish Vilhelmsborg National Equestrian Center (Aarhus) Princess Mary wore skirt, blouse
Crown Princess Mary attend the opening of the new school (Frederiksbjerg School) in Aarhus.
Crown Princess Mary attend the opening of the new school (Frederiksbjerg School) in Aarhus.
Crown Princess Mary attend the opening of the new school (Frederiksbjerg School) in Aarhus.
Crown Princess Mary attend the opening of the new school (Frederiksbjerg School) in Aarhus.
Crown Princess Mary attend the opening of the new school (Frederiksbjerg School) in Aarhus.
Crown Princess Mary attend the opening of the new school (Frederiksbjerg School) in Aarhus.
Crown Princess Mary wore Baum und Pferdgarten Sashenka Skirt
BAUM UND PFERDGARTEN Sashenka Skirt
Crown Princess Mary style CARLEND COPENHAGEN Vanessa ClutchCrown princess Mary style PRADA Sunglasses
            CARLEND COPENHAGEN Vanessa Clutch                        PRADA Sunglasses

10 comments:

  1. How fashionable Mary looks again,I love her clothing style,always so elegant!

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  2. Don't get me wrong guys, I quite like Mary's style and I love this outfit (I absouletly have to have her clutch and skirt) but her face is starting to look strange. Like, it's starting to show very visibly the signs of botox/fillers/plastic surgery. And that's not nice. I have no issues with botox or ps and I'm especially understanding with public figures like Mary since they have to endure much more pressure regarding their appearance but you know it's too much when it shows like that. And it does show now.
    I do appreciate her work ethics though. Much of the royals are in full holiday mode yet she's out at engagements. That deserves a 'brava' for sure :)

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  3. I actually disagree, as I was scrolling through and saw that one close up picture I was thinking that she had some visible fine lines and wrinkles. Her face shows facial expressions quite expressively and doesn't look frozen like is typically seen on women with plastic surgery. But I could be 100% wrong!

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    1. Agree, Mary has signs of 'aging' and not botox. She looks just wonderful.

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  4. Very, very elegant! I love that skirt, especially the pockets!

    As for Mary's skin, she has beautiful skin. She has lines which seem to indicate little or no Botox and she doesn't look like she has had fillers either. She looks very natural to me, as though she is letting nature take its course gracefully.

    I imagine Mary would use the best skin care products available as well as sunblock each and every day.

    One of the best things Mary ever did for her skin was moving from Australia to Denmark. I haven't been to Denmark, but being an Australian I know what the sun is like in Australia and it is harsh. I burn in minutes!

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    1. The famous women of Australia have good skin (if they stay out of the sun), Nicole Kidman, Kylie Minoque, Naomi Watts ( or is she from UK originally), Mary....

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  5. No botox, no fillers, no surgery???

    Pre wedding ther's a totaly different woman
    http://www.dailymail.co.uk/femail/article-3153065/From-party-girl-future-Queen-Denmark-Old-footage-Crown-Princess-Mary-reveals-life-Frederik-trying-luck-modelling-world-learning-walk-like-royalty.html

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    1. I agree with you that she ha a very different face before marriage, i am not sure about botox and things but she has had things done in her face. But i cannot find out what. I find her not beautiful but her skin is. The fact that she seems beautiful is because she takes good care of herself and dresses immaculate. But when she was in the middle east a while ago and could not dress that loud, she looked a lot less good in my opinion because she is not a natural beauty. This is my opinion.

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    2. Yep! She lost a lot of weight and honed her style, but I don't reckon she has had any surgery!

      I am not slinging mud at Charlene, but there has been no "huge" transformation, just refinement in style.

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    3. In my eyes there is the same Mary in those earlier pictures, today she has lost some weight, has better make-up and very much better hair, also very good stylist. Maybe also better food and lifestyle and her skin is better after that.

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