Prince Frederik and Princess Mary at the Nordic Council Awards ceremony

Crown Prince Frederik and Crown Princess Mary attended the Nordic Council awards ceremony at the DR Concert Hall (DR Koncerthuset) on November 01, 2016 in Copenhagen. The Nordic Council awards five prizes every year: The Literature Prize, the Film Prize, the Music Prize, the Environment Prize and, as of 2013, the Children and the Young People's Literature Prize.
Crown Princess Mary wore Hugo Boss trousers, Prada blouse, Carlend Copenhagen clutch bag, Gianvito Rossi shoes
Crown Princess Mary wore Hugo Boss trousers, Prada blouse, Carlend Copenhagen clutch bag, Gianvito Rossi shoes
Crown Princess Mary wore Hugo Boss trousers, Prada blouse, Carlend Copenhagen clutch bag, Gianvito Rossi shoes
Crown Princess Mary wore Hugo Boss trousers, Prada blouse, Carlend Copenhagen clutch bag, Gianvito Rossi shoes

3 comments:

  1. Is it wrong to be amused by Crown Prince Frederick's scarf neck brace disguise attempts when everyone knows about the trampoline? In more pertinent comments, Crown Princess Mary's hair looks lovely like this.

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  2. I don't know about the trampoline. But his scarf is a wee bit hideous.
    As for CP Mary, I don't like her trousers. Like, at all. Neither her hair as a matter of fact. She still looks polished, of course, but this is just not my cup of tea.

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  3. Well, that´s a very casual disguise. He´s not trying very hard to hide anything. As for Mary - not digging this. The trousers look odd and crease. That´s not a good material for trousers. And with those wide flowy trousers she combined a very strict and stiff top (with an exaggerated peplum, pointy shoulders and a strangely high neckline that does nothing for her). Also, way too much black, and two different shades as well, at least in photographs.

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