Princess Mette-Marit and Haakon visit Retreat Foundation

On March 6, 2017, Crown Prince Haakon and Crown Princess Mette-Marit visited the Retreat Foundation in Oslo, Norway. Retretten is a non-for-profit foundation that was established by Rita Nilsen in 2002. Retretten is an open and drug-free day centre for those who are affected to their own or others use of alcohol or drugs.
Retretten is a non-for-profit Foundation that was established by Rita Nilsen in 2002. Crown princess wore Prada pumps, matches fashion missoni
Retretten is a non-for-profit Foundation that was established by Rita Nilsen in 2002. Crown princess wore Prada pumps, matches fashion missoni
Retretten is a non-for-profit Foundation that was established by Rita Nilsen in 2002. Crown princess wore Prada pumps, matches fashion missoni
Retretten is a non-for-profit Foundation that was established by Rita Nilsen in 2002. Crown princess wore Prada pumps, matches fashion missoni
Retretten is a non-for-profit Foundation that was established by Rita Nilsen in 2002. Crown princess wore Prada pumps, matches fashion missoni
Retretten is a non-for-profit Foundation that was established by Rita Nilsen in 2002. Crown princess wore Prada pumps, matches fashion missoni
Crown Princess Mette-Marit wore Prada Jeweled Brooch Suede Pump
Prada Jeweled Brooch Suede Pump

15 comments:

  1. Not the best trousers but I think she looks proper and nice here actually. Certainly more coherent than the messy medieval-crusader-sliced up something on the lady next to her.
    So does Haakon. Well, maybe I could image something more matching than the black sock between the navy suit trousers and brown suede slip in shoes but whatever... the sun is finally out today, the gardens are full of snowdrops, there are some chocolate cookies in the kitchen only waiting for me to eat them - a pair of black socks can't defeat such a great day! :)

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    1. Yes, there is improvement, now if she changed her hair style to a side part and some curls, she'd look more woman and less little girl.

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    2. Yes those black socks, blue slacks and old brown shoes. Come on now CP.

      MM looks better here over the last "you put your right foot in and shake it all about" hoedown barn dance outfit.

      Thanks MM
      😃😂😂😄

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    4. The Lady Templar shows how make a creative use of your stockings recycling them as sleeves.

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  2. M-M Looks better than normal, maybe a touch of colour would have been nice... but her best accessory... her handsome hubby!!!!

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  3. I don't see any fashion or style here, a black trousers and white jumper doesn't count as such, so nothing to comment on.

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  4. I never thought I'd actively prefer trousers to a skirt or dress, but this is a very nice look for Mette-Marit.

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  5. I'll give her points, vast improvement.

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  6. If there have not been lately so many pictures of Chartlotte and her friends I would not have liked this, but now Mette Marit looks just normal and it is fine.

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  7. MT looks okay - not much style, but not bad. Haakon could do better but at least the scarf stayed home, or he gave it to the guy in the last photo.

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    1. 'Lol' - well, spring is in the air, even in Norway, I am quite sure we will see the very same scarf next winter, Haakon does not seem to be a luxury shopper, he even wears a comfy pair of shoes until they fall apart ;-))

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  8. Do we talk about fashion here? Then: No comment...

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  9. I think that this is an okay outfit. Except for the brown shoes, Crown Prince Haakon looks nice too. Very handsome he is!

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