Danish royal family attended ceremony of anniversary of the Reformation

Danish royal family, namely, Queen Margrethe, Crown Prince Frederik, Crown Princess Mary, Prince Joachim, Princess Marie and Princess Benedikte attended the memorial ceremony relating to the 500th anniversary of the Reformation, held at Christiansborg Palace. The Reformation, also referred to as the Protestant Reformation, was a schism from the Catholic Church initiated by publication of 95 theses by Martin Luther. Majority of Northern Europe, except Ireland, fell under the influence of Protestantism.
Princess Mary wore Gianvito Rossi shoes, Quidam Alligator Clutch, Princess Marie wore Chanel skirt
Princess Mary wore Gianvito Rossi shoes, Quidam Alligator Clutch, Princess Marie wore Chanel skirt
Princess Mary wore Gianvito Rossi shoes, Quidam Alligator Clutch, Princess Marie wore Chanel skirt
Princess Mary wore Gianvito Rossi shoes, Quidam Alligator Clutch, Princess Marie wore Chanel skirt
Princess Mary wore Gianvito Rossi shoes, Quidam Alligator Clutch, Princess Marie wore Chanel skirt
Princess Mary wore Gianvito Rossi shoes, Quidam Alligator Clutch, Princess Marie wore Chanel skirt
Princess Mary wore Gianvito Rossi shoes, Quidam Alligator Clutch, Princess Marie wore Chanel skirt
Crown Princess Mary Style Quidam Alligator Clutch greyCrown Princess Mary wore Gianvito Rossi Patent Pump
                            Quidam Alligator Clutch                            Gianvito Rossi Patent Pumps

9 comments:

  1. First, is there a royal protocol where the lesser royals are to arrive first to be ready and greet the Queen upon her arrival? Second, I love the symbolism behind Margrethe's hats. With her smile, I dare say she does also. First the royal blue hat with the point then the purple toque seen here. The fabric is softer than the components of the german military helmet; they were conquered. World War II was won; keep smiling Margrethe!

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    1. Yes, that is the protocol, king or queen comes last.

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  2. The ladies are very elegant, although Marie could have worn blue or burgundy instead of the eternal black

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  3. Princess Benedikte is one classy lady. I really like Crown Princess Mary's outfit. Very elegant and stylish.

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  4. CPM is a bit overdone I feel, too fussy. Removing one element of the look would have improved it (plain shoes, straight skirt, no belt on the jacket). Princess Benedikte looks striking in the plum and raspberry jacket and hat.

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    1. I agree, Mary is in a way "wrong" dressed for this memorial ceremony. But it is an elegant dress.
      Marie wears black for almost every events, very old fashioned and boring dressed for her age, IMO !

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  5. All the ladies look good. I think the queen is wearing that lovely blue dress she wore in Rome.
    I do agree with Lucy that perhaps Mary is a bit overdone - the outfit might have been even nicer with plain black shoes , or a completely black skirt with the patterned shoes.

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  6. Princess Benedikte and Crown Princess Mary are as usual the most elegantly dress ladies of the Danish Royal Court in my opinion.

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  7. Mary looks very springlike for November.

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