Today, Prince Frederik and Mary celebrates their copper wedding anniversary

Crown Prince Frederik of Denmark and Princess Mary got married at Copenhagen Cathedral on May 14, 2004. Today is November 14, 2016 and 12 1/2 years have passed since then. The copper wedding anniversary (kobberbryllup) of the Crown Prince Couple is today. Danish Royal Palace published a series of photos on the occasion of that anniversary. For photos: Kongehuset
Prince Frederik and Princess Mary got married at Copenhagen Cathedral wedding ceremony wedding dress, diamond earrings, diamond tiara, Princess Mary style
Prince Frederik and Princess Mary got married at Copenhagen Cathedral wedding ceremony wedding dress, diamond earrings, diamond tiara, Princess Mary style
Prince Frederik and Princess Mary got married at Copenhagen Cathedral wedding ceremony wedding dress, diamond earrings, diamond tiara, Princess Mary style
Prince Frederik and Princess Mary got married at Copenhagen Cathedral wedding ceremony wedding dress, diamond earrings, diamond tiara, Princess Mary style
Prince Frederik and Princess Mary got married at Copenhagen Cathedral wedding ceremony wedding dress, diamond earrings, diamond tiara, Princess Mary style
Prince Frederik and Princess Mary got married at Copenhagen Cathedral wedding ceremony wedding dress, diamond earrings, diamond tiara, Princess Mary style
Prince Frederik and Princess Mary got married at Copenhagen Cathedral wedding ceremony wedding dress, diamond earrings, diamond tiara, Princess Mary style
Prince Frederik and Princess Mary got married at Copenhagen Cathedral wedding ceremony wedding dress, diamond earrings, diamond tiara, Princess Mary style
Prince Frederik and Princess Mary got married at Copenhagen Cathedral wedding ceremony wedding dress, diamond earrings, diamond tiara, Princess Mary style
Prince Frederik and Princess Mary got married at Copenhagen Cathedral wedding ceremony wedding dress, diamond earrings, diamond tiara, Princess Mary style
Prince Frederik and Princess Mary got married at Copenhagen Cathedral wedding ceremony wedding dress, diamond earrings, diamond tiara, Princess Mary style
Prince Frederik and Princess Mary got married at Copenhagen Cathedral wedding ceremony wedding dress, diamond earrings, diamond tiara, Princess Mary style
Family and friends had this morning at Amalienborg Palace to mark the day.

16 comments:

  1. Mary has beautiful legs and a perfect figure.

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    1. Agree with you about Mary. I think she has good taste in clothes.

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    2. Mary a des chevilles de danseuse

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  2. I am confused. They got married in May and it is November. How is that an anniversary ? That is usually year to year. Or do the Danes do it on the half year? Odd

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    1. Copper Wedding Anniversary is a traditional name, for instance, 50 years of marriage is called a "golden wedding anniversary (Guldbryllup), 25 is called a silver wedding anniversary (Søvbryllup). Sixty years is a diamond wedding anniversary. First year anniversary is called a Paper Anniversary.

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    2. Yes I get that bit Hellen. We do that here as well. But the dates are off. May to November is not a yearly anniversary. Why is the anniversary being celebrated at the 6 month mark of the 12 yrs.

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    3. Ok I googled and in Denamrk apparently the 12.5 mark is significant. Interesting.

      Thanks Hellen

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    4. Thanks for asking/sharing Diane and Ms Electra! I was perplexed as well.

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  3. Mary has an exceptionally beautiful profile. Have nearly always found her choices in clothes to be excellent--attractive but not too revealing. She seems to have common sense as well as taste.

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  4. Mary is such a beautiful woman. Yes, and she knows how to dress well. A perfect Queen.

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  5. the photo of them with the twins in the ship is very adorable.

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  6. They always look so happy and I am happy for them!! Congratulations!!

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  7. Such a lovely couple! I love the last photo!

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