Style of Princess Marie of Denmark

Princess Marie of Denmark

Style of Princess Marie of Denmark
Princess Marie of Denmark, Countess of Monpezat, RE (née Marie Agathe Odile Cavallier, born 6 February 1976) is the second wife of Prince Joachim of Denmark.

On 3 October 2007, it was officially announced that Marie Cavallier was engaged to Prince Joachim. On 21 November 2007, the Royal Court announced that the wedding would be held on 24 May 2008.

The first wedding took place on 24 May 2008 in Møgeltønder Church. Upon her marriage to Joachim, Marie's title is Her Royal Highness Princess Marie of Denmark, Countess of Monpezat. Marie, who had been a French citizen and a member of the Roman Catholic Church, became, in connection with the marriage, a Danish citizen and a member of the Evangelical-Lutheran Church of Denmark. Marie's wedding gown was designed by Spanish-Italian fashion house Arasa Morelli,[1] and was sewn by a Danish woman working for the company.

The couple has two children: His Highness Prince Henrik Carl Joachim Alain (born 4 May 2009). Her Highness Princess Athena Marguerite Françoise Marie (born 24 January 2012). Marie is also the stepmother to Prince Joachim's sons from his first marriage, Prince Nikolai and Prince Felix.

Style of Princess Marie of Denmark

Alexander-McQueen Crepe Jacket and Hugo Boss Pleated Silk Shirt, black Jimmy Choo pump and Chanel Quilted Clutch Bag

3 comments:

  1. Her skin is getting orange and worse. Princess Marie, you're pretty. Please just be natural.

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  2. Her skin is getting orange and worse. Princess Marie, you're pretty. Please just be natural.

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  3. She is the most beautiful royal in the Danish Royal Family! No fillers, no surgical procedures like her awful sister-in-law. They are so lucky to have such a classy women in their midst.

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