Prince Frederik and Princess Mary Attend CBS Centenary Gala Dinner

On March 24, 2017, Crown Prince Frederik and Crown Princess Mary participated in gala dinner that held on the occasion of Copenhagen Business School's centenary anniversary in the Kiln Hall at Porcelænshaven in Frederiksberg, Denmark.
Crown princess mary wore Dolce and Gabbana floral skirt and carried Carlend Copenhagen Vanessa red Clutch bag
Crown princess mary wore Dolce and Gabbana floral skirt and carried Carlend Copenhagen Vanessa red Clutch bag
Prince Frederik and Princess Mary visit to Qatar
Crown princess Mary carried Carlend Copenhagen Vanessa red Clutch bagCrown princess Mary wore Gianvito Rossi Suede Pumps
               Carlend Copenhagen Vanessa Clutch                 Gianvito Rossi Suede Pumps

35 comments:

  1. I dont like the bottom part at all.

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    1. Me neither ...
      é simplesmente horrível!

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  2. I do like the bottom very much, but the black top is a mismatch. A navy top had been much better, or red as the bag. Even smaragd green had worked better than the black. Also, some sort of belt had been good to define the waist and make it a bit more elegant.

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    1. Agree. The skirt is beautiful but the top is not right for it. No black with this skirt, please.

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    2. My very first thought was that a beautiful blue or pretty pink would look so much better, along with a narrow belt.

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  3. I do not like the skirt either, nor do I like he, very common, snide expression.

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  4. They don't go together at all.

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  5. Je ne comprends pas le choix du haut, d'un noir sévère et banal, par rapport à la jupe.

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  6. She looks very feminine wow!!

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  7. she looks not interested,snidely














    i like her.

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  8. This time Mary didn't combine her clothes well; upper part is made from heavy winter material and skirt is made from very light material,summery and fresh. And colours, as you all noticed, don't go together as well. Her hair make her look older.

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  9. i like the skirt. i like the top.....BUT not together...!

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  10. The skirt has a summery expression, I think it is wrong for that time of the year and the occasion. The other women wear short daytime dresses. Normally there is a dresscode for events, I find it strange, when there is only one wearing a long robe. As many said the black top is too heavy. The skirt would be okay for a festive evening in summer with a blue or pink top, shorter than this one, maybe sleeveless.
    Frederik needs another haircut, this strand in the forehead makes him look boyish.

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    1. I agree Beth, but let's not forget dress codes are getting more relaxed each day and way less defined than before. Also, she might have been the one who dressed appropriately in her long skirt and the rest of the attendants might have not been really. I remember a late afternoon wedding a few years ago to which I was the only one wearing a long skirt and to be honest that's exactly what you do to a late afternoon formal event, unless you're instructed otherwise.
      I think this would have been a perfectly lovely spring look with a navy or pink top or even a lemon coloured one.

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  11. Curtains, Polyamid, East Germany 1976!

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  12. Frederik needs a new suit. This one is too small and barely closes in front.

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  13. PRINCESS MARY ANCESTERS:

    Even Mary Donaldson seems plebeya or a commoner, Princess Mary of Denmark is descendent of several noble Scottish clans and British Houses. Between her ancesters is possible to find several interesting personages just like Ollec, a noble warrior of King David I who charged him to reconquer Sutherland lands of Norsemen Vikings. For this Service Ollec received the Strabrock in West Lothian and Duffus in Moray from King David I. Sir William Freskyn, was Lord of Strabrock and Duffus and he is the ancestor of Dukes of Atholl, Earls of Mansfield and Dunmore. Hugh of Sutherland, Earl of Sutherland was a warrior at service of King Willian the Lion and kombated to Sinclaire rebelion, but it was William of Duffus and Sutherland who took the name of his land, here born surname and clan Sutherland. William adopted the ancient Tartan of his Gaelic ancestors, Blue over dark blue over claire green.

    Mary Donaldson or Princess Mary of Denmark is descendant to of Clan Dalgleish from highlands of Scotland, so that, of Vice admiral Mark Jhon Currie founder of Western Australia who came fro a long noble scottish Corrie of Annandale, Barons of Corrie, Newbie, Robgill, Stapleton. This lineage is descendant of Walter de Corrie, noble warrior who knighted by Robert the Bruce.

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    1. Well, that's a bit off-topic. Scotland isn't a big country (and was even smaller back when) so those of us whose ancestors originated there are certainly related to each other in some way.

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    2. Hi, Ambrose, quite interesting, indeed! Thanks. And don't forget, most of the Ladies coming into Royal Families as "Commoners" "? Well, they are'nt. In addition, most royal relationships and later weddings have been planned years in advance by others than the couples themselfes :)... No coincidence.

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    3. Actually in western world, Diana must have been the last (and unfortunate) planed bride. Nowadays royal choose their spouses themselves. What is just good. They pick today spouses to themselves not to institute.

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    4. Blondiini, unfortunately that's not true. Everything is well planned!

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    5. ¨Well, maybe you open little to us this thought. What spouses of today´s couples are those well planed ones years before?

      Let us take examples: Letizia and Felipe. They met when Letizia was a reporter and due to this work. Once divorced and had very questionable back round in Catholic country. King Juan Carlos hated Letizia. That could no way have been a planned marriage.

      Mathilde and Philippe: Philippe was secretly courting Mathilde, nobody knew of it. he said that courting time was the happiest of his life. Does not sound as planned marriage. Thought she is one of the only two aristocratic brides of this lot.

      Wilhelm-Alexander and Maxima: They met in party. At first Maxima was not interest of WA. Because of her father, no royal house could call Maxima as a good wife candidate. She could not let her parents even paricipate to her weddings. Cannot be planned wedding.

      Frederick and Mary: Met during Sydney olympic games at restaurant. At first Mary did not know he was prince. Queen hated the very idea Frederick getting married with Mary, but today they get on very well. Cannot have been planned wedding.

      Victoria and Daniel: Met when Victoria went to Daniel´s gym. Had to date whole eight years before marriage. Even in liberal Sweden this could not been a planned marriage. Actually Daniel was counted as the least suitable spouse to future queen. That time Madeline´s choice Jonas was praised to moon, but as we know he cheated Madeline 6-0. Anyway I think just nobody could have seen before hand how supportive and good choice as spouse Daniel was going to be to Victoria.

      Madeline and Chris: even more not expected choice. He does not want to be royal and they sure have problems already.

      Mette Marit and Haakon: No royal house would have chosen a single mother with that back round to be a future queen. Haakon said he would not be future king if not let have his head with the marriage.

      Martha Louise of Norway: Ari Behm was said to be son in law of hell. Does not need any more comments really.

      Carl Philip of Sweden: had very big difficulties to get Sofia as a spouse. Could never in moon have been a planned marriage.

      William and Catherine: met when they were living in same flat during studying. She was not any aristocratic but seems today to have been very good and humble bride to be future queen of England. But could never have been a planned bride in that royal house.

      Diana and Charles: Was very much planned and ended to catastrophe. I think this marriage was a lesson to all other royal houses really.

      Camilla and Charles: She is his great love, they should have been left to marry at first but they were not because she was not suitable to him as opinion of Queen and co. Cannot have been planned marriage.

      Sophie and Edward in Britain: Sophie´s father was a tire trader. This can take some serious imagination to have been a planned marriage.

      Fergie and Andrew: This might have been something like planned marriage but it ended to divorce just like Dianas´s and Charles´s marriage. So no luck in this lot.

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    6. About Luxembourgish couples I do not know enough to close up their choices but Tessy and Louis, Tessy was a soldier when they met and it is very hard to believe someone planned their marriage when they married so young. Tessy was just 21 when they got their first child.

      Claire and Felix, Stephanie and Guillaume; these could be planned or not. Both brides sound very suitable anyway but also couples seem to be very much in love. If they are planned marriages they went well.

      Joachim of Denmark: Married at first girl from Hong Kong, Alexandra. Could not have been a planned marriage. How he met his second wife I do not know.

      Christine and Elena of Spain: Christina´s choice was Olympic athletic Inaki. Later VERY big troubles but not planned marriage anyway. Elenas´s spouse Jaime was aristocratic and I do not know enough of their marriage to say it to any way.

      What couples there are left? At Netherlands Johan Frico and Mabel. That marriage was so much defended that they never go marriage permission from goverment. She had previous relationship with drug paron and very controversial oppinions. Laurentin and Constantijn: Laurentin was a daughter of former minister so she could have very well welcomed to family with open arms.

      So tell Rainha what well planned couples you can find among these couples.

      And I have to add that in my opinion these marriages with suitable spouses to the persons are very well, time has passed all those previous coalition marriages where politic was more important than personal needs. I think this new way is the only way to retain monarchies and those families really need fresh common blood also. I have nothing against any of these spouses the royal ones have chosen.

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  14. The length of the skirt makes her look even shorter. Mary should avoid this kind of skirt. Meanwhile, Mary looks swollen lately. Hope she is not sick.

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    1. Just Botox, I assume - Nanyalynn.

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    2. Definitely Botox....cheek fillers perhaps?

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    3. Natalie, I think so too. It's a shame because she does'nt need it at all. Look at Caroline of Monaco, although she was a asmoker all her life, I like her natural face. (O.k. before some events she has beauty treets too, but well done, never artificial.)

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    4. Really? I don't mind using Botox. However, I just don't believe she's using it because if so, she should consider to use for her eye wrinkles. JMO

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  15. It's not the skirt that makes her look shorter. It's the long top. A normal length top in white, pink or purple would have been perfect. A long skirt usually doesn't make you look shorter, it's the opposite.

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  16. I think Mary herself looks beautiful however, her skin, hair and makeup look lovely. The top and the skirt are beautiful, but they do not work well together.

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  17. Wieder einmal eine gewagte Kombi der Kronprinzessin. Floral bunter Seidenrock mit schwarzem Pulli. Der Rock schwingt, der Pulli ist tailliert und beide ergeben ein wunderbares Outfit für eine spät am Nachmittag beginnende und bis in den Abend hinein dauernde Veranstaltung. Ich finde es auch toll, das Mary ihre schönen Sachen öfter trägt. Das ist vielleicht der modernste Zug im Umgang mit ihrer Garderobe. Sehr stylish und modern. I like!

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