Princess Marie was awarded with French Order of Merit

Princess Marie of Denmark received the National Order of the Legion of Honour by a ceremony held at French Embassy in Copenhagen. The full name of that order of merit is National Order of the Legion of Honour (In French: Ordre national de la Legion d'honneur) and is the highest French order of merit.
Princess Marie of Denmark received the National Order of the Legion of Honour by a ceremony held at French Embassy in Denmark.
Princess Marie of Denmark received the National Order of the Legion of Honour by a ceremony held at French Embassy in Denmark.
Princess Marie of Denmark received the National Order of the Legion of Honour by a ceremony held at French Embassy in Denmark.
Princess Marie of Denmark received the National Order of the Legion of Honour by a ceremony held at French Embassy in Denmark.
Princess Marie of Denmark received the National Order of the Legion of Honour by a ceremony held at French Embassy in Denmark.
Princess Marie of Denmark received the National Order of the Legion of Honour by a ceremony held at French Embassy in Denmark.
Princess Marie of Denmark received the National Order of the Legion of Honour by a ceremony held at French Embassy in Denmark.
Princess Marie wore HUGO BOSS Kusima Fitted dress
HUGO BOSS Kusima Fitted Dress

19 comments:

  1. Qu'est-ce qu'elle a fait de si important pour meriter la Legion d'honneur?

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  2. This is a big question ! But be careful .... in France we have the Order of Merit and the order of Legion of Honor....the biggest is The order of Legion of Honor.

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    1. Right as my understanding is her honor is not top. She is just below the highest honor.

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    2. Still...it's odd (to say the least) when you think of countless volunteers working tirelessly to help others, when often in difficult circumstances themselves, who don't get honoured. Well, it's not a fair world.

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  3. What a great honour for her, understandably she is proud! I think her father-in-law Prince Henrik must have received that French order earlier ?

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  4. C'est ce que je me demande aussi

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  5. Beautiful Boss dress, nice figure, love the beige accassoires with the burgundy red of the dress. Ähmmm, what did she receive the order for?

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    1. Suppose it's the same kind of orders awarded in monarchies to eg politicians, writers, actors and prominent persons. In England a MBE or CBE.

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  6. She looks beautiful, great dress and color.

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  7. Love the colour and cut of the dress, it suits Marie's petite frame. She should make Hugo Boss her go to designer.

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  8. Creo que Marie lleva el mismo vestido que Letizia en el funeral de la Infanta Alicia. De color más bonito, evidentemente :))

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  9. Intéressante, Myriam, lorsque Princess Mary reçoit des honneurs pour avoir fait «rien», vous êtes très vocal et favorables à ce sujet. Et maintenant, la Princesse Marie est un parasite ?? Comme il s'agit d'un blog de mode, vous devriez commenter la mode et laisser la question du «pourquoi» aux personnes responsables.

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    1. Mais je n'ai rien dit ??? Vous faites erreur.

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  10. Peut-etre pourrait-on dire la raison pour laquelle Marie recoit cet honneur

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  11. Obama gave the Presidential Medal of Freedom to a bunch of Hollywood people and athletes. To compare, Marie is more deserving of an award.

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    1. Spot on.
      By the way, the order of Legion of Honor was awarded to a pop singer of my country like a decade or two ago. What did she do to earn it? Let me think...
      ...(a year later)...still thinking...

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    2. And not to mention Nobel prizes for peace ... BTW I read that this kind of Merit Marie was awarded with received a lot of known people, so this isn't something "out of Space".

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    3. My thoughts exactly, Masha. Nobel Peace prize for Mr. Obama? Al Gore? And, with all due respect, since I live in it, the EU???? Really????

      I think the public by now is so very much conditioned to politically inclined awardings that we tend to note as strange when someone not politically involved receives an important award. Which is just ridiculous. I'm sure Marie has done more than the average person to promote French-Danish relationships.

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