Prince Haakon and Princess Mette-Marit visited Oslo Blue Cross

On May 29, 2017, Crown Prince Haakon and Crown Princess Mette-Marit attended the opening of the Blue Cross children's station (Barnas Stasjon, Blå Kors) in Oslo. A local charity, Barnas stasjon is operating a community center for vulnerable and exposed children and their parents. Blue Cross is a international organization working in the field of treatment and prevention of alcohol and drug problems.
Crown Prince Haakon and Crown Princess Mette-Marit attended the opening of the Blue Cross children's station (Barnas Stasjon, Blå Kors) in Oslo
Crown Prince Haakon and Crown Princess Mette-Marit attended the opening of the Blue Cross children's station (Barnas Stasjon, Blå Kors) in Oslo
Crown Prince Haakon and Crown Princess Mette-Marit attended the opening of the Blue Cross children's station (Barnas Stasjon, Blå Kors) in Oslo
Crown Prince Haakon and Crown Princess Mette-Marit attended the opening of the Blue Cross children's station (Barnas Stasjon, Blå Kors) in Oslo
Crown Prince Haakon and Crown Princess Mette-Marit attended the opening of the Blue Cross children's station (Barnas Stasjon, Blå Kors) in Oslo
Crown Prince Haakon and Crown Princess Mette-Marit attended the opening of the Blue Cross children's station (Barnas Stasjon, Blå Kors) in Oslo
Crown Princess Mette-Marit wore ALTUZARRA Seth double-breasted wool-gabardine blazer
ALTUZARRA Seth Double-breasted Wool-Gabardine Blazer

16 comments:

  1. Oh my, it looks like Mette Marit and Haakon both got dressed in the dark this morning.

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    1. I like the dresses, they are not 'chic' or super styled but they are lovely in a cute and a bit funny way :-)

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  2. The skirt is not matching the jacket ..too many pleats makes a person looks bigger than you really are. A pencil skirt would have been more suitable and flattering here...only my opinion

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    1. Rinie, nothing is matching as most of their fashionable appearances do. (Except with Sportswear or traditional Norwegian costumes) All clothes are mostly to tight, to short, to small, but I am sure: expensive names.

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  3. They look like they have both outgrown their jackets. Also, Haakon´s shoes seem to be favourites of his but I wish he would retire them as they look rather scruffy.
    I like the red floral dress on the lady in the first photo. I think that it would look good on Mette-Marit as a flatters her body-type, especially a fuller bosom.

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  4. Oh, the juxtaposition of the Crown Prince couple under the photos on the wall behind them (picture #4) is so funny! Their faces should also be up there! As to their clothing selections, I am coming to realize that they probably do not feel comfortable looking "swell." Is it a reflection of the Norwegian society which seems more uniformly mostly one "class?" Just a thought.

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  5. The bulky jacket with the pleated skirt makes MM look shapeless. Haakon's jacket is ugly and too tight. Who has worn a check sports jacket since the 70s?

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  6. They look like a pair of peasants invited to the palace

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  7. Esta pareja son tal para cual, desaliñados y embutidos en ropa 2 tallas más pequeña que la suya. Paletos.

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    1. Angie, I never agree with your over the top comments of Queen Letizia, who for you can do no wrong even when she does not look good. BUT, I must say that this time I think you are 100% right in your opinion about Mette-Marit and Haakon. Ther really do look like Paletos ;-)

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  8. Crown Princess Mette-Merit looked so old here. Her outfit doesn't work together. Her husband looks young and vibrant in his suit though.

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  9. Those crazy photos behind their backs/on the wall: Is this good idea on a place for vulnerable children and their parents??? I have the impression that Norway changed a lot. I know, this is not about fashion, and neither is the couple's appearance today.

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