Princess Marie and Prince Joachim at a charity dinner at Borsen

On November 23, 2016, Prince Joachim and Princess Marie of Denmark attended a charity dinner for the organization "Stop Wasting Food" (Stop Madspild) at the Borsen (The Stock Exchange Building) in Copenhagen, Denmark.
Prince Joachim and Princess Marie participant in the Environment and the Ministry of Food, 'Stop Wasting Food' and the Danish People's Aid charity dinner
Prince Joachim and Princess Marie participant in the Environment and the Ministry of Food, 'Stop Wasting Food' and the Danish People's Aid charity dinner
Prince Joachim and Princess Marie participant in the Environment and the Ministry of Food, 'Stop Wasting Food' and the Danish People's Aid charity dinner
Prince Joachim and Princess Marie participant in the Environment and the Ministry of Food, 'Stop Wasting Food' and the Danish People's Aid charity dinner
Prince Joachim and Princess Marie participant in the Environment and the Ministry of Food, 'Stop Wasting Food' and the Danish People's Aid charity dinner
Prince Joachim and Princess Marie participant in the Environment and the Ministry of Food, 'Stop Wasting Food' and the Danish People's Aid charity dinner

9 comments:

  1. Did not someone here on this blog asked, what the danish princes do? Well, Joachim has heard the call.
    Marie looks lovely.

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    1. :D Coralie, spot on.
      This is a lovely top on Marie.

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    2. That was me. Thank you. Prince J doesn't work so very often and the Danish people discuss that a lot.

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  2. I think this looks too sporty for a charity dinner. Too much like a t-shirt and yoga pants.

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  3. This was not a glamour charity dinner.
    (Marie is the patron of DanChurchAid)
    I agree her top is ill- fitting!

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  4. Poor choice for the top, but a good color for her. A dress or even a evening jumpsuit could have been a better choice.

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