Style of Princess Mary of Denmark


Crown Princess Mary of Denmark

Mary Elizabeth, Her Royal Highness Crown Princess, Crown Princess of Denmark, Countess of Monpezat, was born on 5 February 1972 in Hobart, Tasmania, Australia. The Crown Princess is the youngest daughter of John Dalgleish Donaldson, who was born in Scotland on 5 September 1941. He is a Professor of Applied Mathematics. Her mother was Mrs. Henrietta Clark Donaldson, born 12 May 1942.

On 14 May 2004, on the occasion of her marriage to His Royal Highness Crown Prince Frederik of Denmark, she became Her Royal Highness Crown Princess Mary Elizabeth of Denmark. The marriage ceremony took place in Copenhagen Cathedral, and the wedding festivities were held at Fredensborg Palace.

HRH Prince Christian Valdemar Henri John, born on 15 October 2005, HRH Princess Isabella Henrietta Ingrid Margrethe, born on 21 April 2007, HRH Prince Vincent Frederik Minik Alexander, born on 8 January 2011 and HRH Princess Josephine Sophia Ivalo Mathilda, born on 8 January 2011.


Style of Princess Mary of Denmark



Crown Princess Mary chose a Goat Nesta Wool-Crepe Dress in Fuchsia

Crown Princess Mary chose a JOSEPH Double Cashmere Oslo Coat

12 comments:

  1. She looks like she permanently plays a role

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    1. How about doing something about your own bitternes ?!
      Or maybe you need some new glases ?

      Because if you could look carefully you coundn't see anything else than a very ambitious and very stylish woman doing her very best for her new country and the Danish Fashion-industry !

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    2. I think both Mary and Frederick work very hard, much harder than Kate, unlike Mary Kate has never worked, where as Mary did hold down a job for years. Denmark & Australia should be very proud of Mary, I wish she was a UK Princess

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  2. I have to agree, I think she plays a role, loves herself and relishes her position. She comes across as pompous, up herself and out of all the royal ladies, she is my least favourite. I have no idea why she seems so popular.

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    1. Christina-Marie Stoeckl01

      "most haters are purely jealous" perhaps you have seen this before.

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    2. Are you speaking from your own experience, Anonymous 13:39?

      Christina-Marie Stoeckl > I totally agree with you. Her personal PR agency doesn't do a good job. Anybody looking objectively will find her wanting.

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    3. So right! Some people have a lot of opinion about negative words,but that is only from them who thinks that all royalties are like Good!
      Mary loves her self in a way that I never have seen before and I think that her intrest for ex.womens situation is more about her showing her self in a good position more than she have respect for the topic.

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  3. There's always a saying that you cannot please everybody.at least she is working and the people in denmark loves her.maybe she's doing her work thats why otehrs love her.Why don't you ask why people loves the duchess when she's doing nothing.oh sorry!i think people love the duchess because of her fashion not of her work.

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  4. I do not know if the danish people loves Mary that much,there is strong criticism to that family and the very expensive lifestyle they have.
    Mary and her clothes are one of them.

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  5. She should wear less jewelry. Wearing too many looks like a country cousin...

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  6. Her Royal Highness The Crown Princess Mary of Denmark indeed exemplifies without effort the elegant, regal innate countenance of a Princess and future Queen consort. HRH has superbly taken upon the quintessential proffesional etiquette, mannerisms, and characteristics of a noble royal with dignity, regal bearing, and a classic style of her own.




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