Danish Princess Marie visited Myanmar (Burma)

Last week, Princess Marie of Denmark visited Myanmar. That visit was realized for the purpose of focusing on poverty reduction from the viewpoint of Princess Marie as the patron of DanChurchAid. Princess Marie visited a village that has not received aid yet in the middle region of the country and also other villages that have become a part of DanChurchAid Project. That visited was realized in confidence because of safety.
Princess Marie visited Burma, Prenses wore printed blouse, bag, style of Marie, earrings
Princess Marie visited Burma, Prenses wore printed blouse, bag, style of Marie, earrings
Princess Marie visited Burma, Prenses wore printed blouse, bag, style of Marie, earrings
Princess Marie visited Burma, Prenses wore printed blouse, bag, style of Marie, earrings
Princess Marie visited Burma, Prenses wore printed blouse, bag, style of Marie, earrings
Princess Marie visited Burma, Prenses wore printed blouse, bag, style of Marie, earrings

8 comments:

  1. She seems to really get involved in situation and I appreciate that she wears local shirts.

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    1. She doesn't wear any make-up either! That's very admirable (she looks younger without it though!).

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  2. A beautiful and nice princess. One of my favorites.

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  3. Beautiful. She looks good and relaxed and authentic. I like how she is really into the situation and the people she meets. I agree, she looks younger here. More herself. Maybe the Danish royal protocol stresses more than we know.On some official occasions she has a very tensed look on her face, but not here. Great job Marie. The turquoise colour of the shirt suits her well.

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  4. Marie has also been in Paris last week for the funeral of her beloved grandmother, who passed away 97 years old.
    Colours suits Marie as less makeup does.

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