Princess Mette-Marit opens Kristiansand Children's Film Festival

On April 25, 2017, Crown Princess Mette-Marit of Norway attended the opening of the 20th KICFF - Kristiansand International Children's Film Festival (Barnefilmfestivalen) at Kristiansand Kino Cinema in Oslo. Kristiansand International Children’s Film Festival (KICFF) is an annual event. The festival is Norway’s largest film festival aimed at children and youth.
Crown Princess Mette-Marit wore Prada coat and Gianvito Rossi Leopard Print Shoes for Kristiansand International Children's Film Festival
Crown Princess Mette-Marit wore Prada coat and Gianvito Rossi Leopard Print Shoes for Kristiansand International Children's Film Festival
Crown Princess Mette-Marit wore Prada coat and Gianvito Rossi Leopard Print Shoes for Kristiansand International Children's Film Festival
Crown Princess Mette-Marit wore Prada coat and Gianvito Rossi Leopard Print Shoes for Kristiansand International Children's Film Festival
Crown Princess Mette-Marit wore Prada coat and Gianvito Rossi Leopard Print Shoes for Kristiansand International Children's Film Festival
Crown Princess Mette-Marit wore Prada coat and Gianvito Rossi Leopard Print Shoes for Kristiansand International Children's Film Festival
Princess Mette Marit wore Prada CoatCrown Princess Mette-Marit wore GIANVITO ROSSI Leopard Print Shoes
                                       PRADA Coat                              GIANVITO ROSSI Leopard Print Shoes

13 comments:

  1. The shoes are tacky and some shaping underwear certainly wouldn't do any harm to her.

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  2. Some women are not afraid to show that they have given birth, have a belly and are proud to be a woman with a normal body. So thank you Mette-Marit!

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    1. I agree with you, but one can still wear clothes with a good cut for the body you have. Look at Maria Theresa. MM should try to skip skintight shirts, a blouse like the one Mary had recently would probably look a lot better on her than this black piece. I do like that Mette Maarit is a "normal" looking lady after 3 kids, not everyone can/need to look like Letizia for example.

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  3. MM needs to invest in a mirror, spanx and a stylist.

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  4. An a-line skirt would have been more flattering on MM, as opposed to the straight fitting skirt. And an investment in proper fitting underwear is needed. Bad under garments will be unforgiving, irrelevant of what you're wearing.
    The shoes don't seem to match anything she's wearing.

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  5. Welll 🤔 not very polished. Not a total loss. If she insists on wearing clothes that are 10 yrs old then she should get some spanx. It is true that there is nothing wrong w accepting and showing your body after childbirth there is also a truth in wearing clothes that FIT properly even w a tummy. There are many elegantly dressed women who are larger shapes. This is MMs main problem. She likes her old comfy clothes (we all do) but she seems to refuse to get them altered OR give them away! We all like to hang onto itema that we loved to wear or have a memory attached. But some just needs to go unless you adjust either your changed body or you get a tailor.

    MM doesn't do either.

    I loathe that Prada coat. I do. It is her go to coat and it is too short and too small.

    The shoes are not matching in scheme at all.

    Meh

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    1. Spot on Diane, I sign every single word you wrote. And I aill add that MM is too old to keep on bleaching her hair in that strong platinum colour => looks good on your 20's and 30's, but not on your 40's

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    2. She lacks perception on what looks bad/good on her. Being a middle-aged woman with an average body, she should be easier to dress than the Catherines, Letitias and Marys, she is like Madame Tout-le-Monde, if she had better taste, she could dress off the racks.

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    3. I agree Gisela about the hair. It may be time to tone it down or cut it at least!

      Agree lizzie! She might do better dressing off the rack. Designer clothes need altering. MM seems to buy and they don't fit her.

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    4. Mette-Marit doesn't have a problem with her belly so why should we? The skirt is not to small as everyone can see and it's not old. It was new last year. Had the skirt been to small, it would have gone in under her belly. This is dressing 1 on 1. Good grieves you women have to look perfect considering all the flak you give the royals. A little friendliness wouldn't hurt. We treat others as we want to be treated ourselves we learned as children, food for thoughts ;)

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  6. Letizia Ortiz was born in 1972 and Mary Donaldson in 1972 ...Mette marit in 1973...so if we talk about middle age they are all on the same level....the problem is not the age, but the shape of her body and probably the weight.

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  7. I don't mind that she doesn't have a stick thin figure as I can't imagine the discipline needed to stay that way after several children - nibbling on lettuce and working out 24/7? But she does need to dress in a flattering way in well-cut clothes, or, as several of us have said, wear good undergarments.
    She doesn't look bad here, but she could do better. (The coat and shoes are awful).
    And I agree the blonde hair is a bit harsh but it's rather her signature by now.

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  8. Sometimes I think she hates to dress herself for "special occasions", but just loves to be in sport-outfits (like Holmenkollen race or events like that). Then she looks fresh, happy and young. This one here (especially without the coat, which I agree, is to small for her size and body volume) is without any taste for a future Queen.

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