Princess Mette-Marit attended Katapult Future Fest festival

On May 12, 2017, Crown Princess Mette-Marit attended "Katapult Future Fest" festival held in Vippa, Oslo. Katapult Future Fest is a two days festival and a non-profit event that has been established for the purpose of ensuring cooperation between businesses and investors and encouraging social solidarity by means of technology.
Crown Princess Mette-Marit attended Katapult Future Fest festival held in Vippa, Oslo. Katapult Future Fest is a two days festival and a non-profit event. Crown Princess wore Prada coat
Crown Princess Mette-Marit attended Katapult Future Fest festival held in Vippa, Oslo. Katapult Future Fest is a two days festival and a non-profit event. Crown Princess wore Prada coat
Crown Princess Mette-Marit attended Katapult Future Fest festival held in Vippa, Oslo. Katapult Future Fest is a two days festival and a non-profit event. Crown Princess wore Prada coat
Crown Princess Mette-Marit attended Katapult Future Fest festival held in Vippa, Oslo. Katapult Future Fest is a two days festival and a non-profit event. Crown Princess wore Prada coat

15 comments:

  1. Thankful she didn't wear that old black ruffled jacket.

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  2. 3rd picture: the shoes. For me it's tough. And I bet they are not cheap ones. But it looks cheap.(Look to the Ladie's feet. Well done.) Most clothes are always to tight, to short... Or is it just me?

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    1. She just seema to be someone who prefers her comfy old clothes. Nothing wrong with that as I like my comfy clothes too. But as the CP a little more effort would be nice.

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  3. She is all smiling, I like that, but I don't know what to think about clothes, they don't really fit - are they too big or too small?

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    1. Yes, Diane, I guess you're right.

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    2. It's just so ordinary. No flair, no sense that she cares about looking nice.
      It seems a shame to only be able to say "she looks okay".

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  5. ... as I wrote before... we all know where she comes from and that is what we see...don't want to be mean...just a fact...imo...🌻

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    1. That is a horrible comment. You should be ashamed. And talk about class....

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    2. "Where she comea from...".

      Many come from bad circumstances. That doesn't make them less than those that come from better circumstances.

      Not sure where you come from Miracle but obviously manners, grace and class eluded you.

      Shame on you.

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  6. Miracle, prefacing a comment with "I don't want to be mean" does not change the fact that your comment is so.
    Not everybody born with a silver spoon is elegant or gracious. Coming from an unprivileged background does not preclude style and elegance. It shouldn't be so difficult to offer a fashion critique without judging a person's past.

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  7. "Miracle", although we know what about you are writing, she comes from a good household, had the privilege of good (and sure expensive) education and is distantly related to Swedish and Norwegian nobility too! And rebellious times, well, many people of all backgrounds had such "phases". I think her style (or what we miss on her) has nothing to do with her background. Nethertheless she could! be a style-icon for Norwegians (face, hair, size...), but mostly, hmm...

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  8. Miracle, the only thing I see is a woman for our time doing her job properly.

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  9. Miracle, the only thing I see is a woman for our time doing her job properly.

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