Crown Princess Mary's and Crown Prince Frederik's visit to Japan 5th Day

On the 5th day of Japan visit, Crown Princess Mary and Crown Prince Frederik of Denmark attended the Danish lifestyle and food exhibition held at the Embassy of Denmark in Tokyo. Then, Crown Prince Couple visited the public Funabashi primary school and received information about LEGO’s programme "We Do" as learning tool.
Crown Princess Mary wore Massimo Dutti Pant Suit. visits Funabashi primary school and Design Walk companies
Crown Princess Mary wore Massimo Dutti Pant Suit. visits Funabashi primary school and Design Walk companies
Crown Princess Mary wore Massimo Dutti Pant Suit. visits Funabashi primary school and Design Walk companies
Crown Princess Mary wore Massimo Dutti Pant Suit. visits Funabashi primary school and Design Walk companies
Crown Princess Mary wore Massimo Dutti Pant Suit. visits Funabashi primary school and Design Walk companies
Crown Princess Mary wore Massimo Dutti Pant Suit. visits Funabashi primary school and Design Walk companies
Crown Princess Mary wore Massimo Dutti Pant Suit. visits Funabashi primary school and Design Walk companies
Crown Princess Mary wore Massimo Dutti Pant Suit. visits Funabashi primary school and Design Walk companies
Crown Princess Mary wore Massimo Dutti Pant Suit. visits Funabashi primary school and Design Walk companies
Crown Princess Mary wore Massimo Dutti Pant Suit
MASSIMO DUTTI Pant Suit

12 comments:

  1. Princess Mary is truly a queen in the making.

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  2. I like how the blouse´s neckline echoes the line of the lapels.
    The trousers are too tight and too short.
    Fredrik looks too casual.

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  3. Ein schönes Beispiel, dass man nicht Unsummen ausgeben muss, um einen gut sitzenden Hosenanzug zu bekommen. Der Knopf sitzt auf der richtigen Höhe, die Schulternaht, da wo sie hingehört. Die Hose hat die neue Länge, die viel eleganter ist als die überlangen Hosen, die zum Glück schon länger nicht mehr getragen werden 'müssen'. Die Bluse passt sehr gut dazu, wie auch die Accessoires.

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  4. Frederik looks scruffy and unkempt. I don't understand that. And most of the time on this trip he has looked bored - it's only here with those children that he looks at all animated.
    Mary's suit is nice except that the pants are a bit too tight. It looks better on the model.

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    1. I don't agree. Why do you always criticize prince Frederick?

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    2. I cannot believe that after looking at that first photo (for example) that you think he looks like a future king on a visit to a foreign state. It's disrespectful to his hosts - and to his wife, for that matter, who always looks impeccable even if we sometimes don't agree with her fashion choice.

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    3. @Helena Pinto, so you would say, chinos, white shirt without tie, hands in the pockets is the right attitude of a future king on an official state visit? If you were let's say a sales manager and would show up like this on a trade fair you would get fired. Look at the outfits of the other gentlemen on the pictures and you know what was expected. I do not understand why Mary who spends so much thoughts on her wardrobe does not advice him better.

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  5. Prince looks fine, the Princess as well very nice suit, but very dark make-up for the eyes. Make her face look very hard.

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  6. Love the way Mary is always so much present in every situation we see her.

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