Danish Crown Princess Mary's working visit to Paris, France

Danish Crown Princess Mary is making a 2 day working visit to Paris, France on June 23-24. On the first day of her visit to Paris, Crown Princess Mary of Denmark attended the opening of the exhibition Ombre Flore which exhibits the drawings of the altar piece created by painter Jesper Christiansen for the Danish Church in Paris. Afterwards, The Crown Princess attended the opening of painter Jesper Christiansen's new work, altar piece at the Danish Church. In the evening, The Crown Princess attended a dinner hosted by Paris Ambassador of Denmark Michael Starbæk Christensen.
Crown Princess Mary attended the inauguration of painter Jesper Christiansen's work Skyggeflor at Danish House
Crown Princess Mary attended the inauguration of painter Jesper Christiansen's work Skyggeflor at Danish House
Crown Princess Mary attended the inauguration of painter Jesper Christiansen's work Skyggeflor at Danish House
Crown Princess Mary attended the inauguration of painter Jesper Christiansen's work Skyggeflor at Danish House
Crown Princess Mary attended the inauguration of painter Jesper Christiansen's work Skyggeflor at Danish House
Crown Princess Mary attended the inauguration of painter Jesper Christiansen's work Skyggeflor at Danish House
Crown Princess Mary attended the inauguration of painter Jesper Christiansen's work Skyggeflor at Danish House
Crown Princess Mary attended the inauguration of painter Jesper Christiansen's work Skyggeflor at Danish House
Crown Princess Mary attended the inauguration of painter Jesper Christiansen's work Skyggeflor at Danish House
Crown Princess Mary attended the inauguration of painter Jesper Christiansen's work Skyggeflor at Danish House
Crown Princess Mary wore Giambattista Valli Red Floral Print Skirt
Crown Princess Mary wore Giambattista Valli Red Floral Print Skirt
Giambattista Valli

19 Comments

  1. What elegant looking dress. CPss Mary looks fantastic today.

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    1. Agree too! She nails it, wearing a flower dress without looking frumpy!

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  2. Lovely dress.

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  3. Oh, I love this look! So soft and summery, yet appropriate. Pink is a lovely color for Mary.

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  4. This look really need a belt and a deeper shoe to work. As it is, it’s not Mary’s finest moment.

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  5. Hello everybody. Normally I do not like lace dresses, but this one is beautiful. I think especially the colours are great and work very well for her.

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    1. I entirely agree. I don't like too much lace or floral and this girly outfit should be a no for me but I think it is really pretty, summery and lovely on Crown Princess Mary. She really could make anything look good

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  6. Very pretty and summery - love this.

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  7. Nun, es ist garantiert nicht hässlich, aber irgendwie reißt mich das Gesamt-Outfit nicht vom Hocker. Ich weiß nicht, was mich genau „stört“: die Farbe, der Stoff oder der Schnitt..?
    Sie hat doch so viele tolle Kleider oder Röcke.....

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  8. The top is very pretty. The skirt, however, is too much of a good thing. I wonder if I´d like it better if it was knee-length AND with some contrasting element (wine-red belt and accessories) for the eye to rest on. I think the top with a darker skirt (again, wine-red or navy) had looked wonderful as well.
    - Vanessa

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  9. Oh no!If you are like 70-80 this dress would have been nice,but on Mary -makes her look like a very old lady.

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    1. I don't like the dress either, but Mary don't look old with it. I agree the outfit is a rare miss for her though. The top+skirt -combination in last picture looks very nice.

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  10. Both outfits are very nice and so is the jewelry. But I must say dress #1 is the winner.

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  11. Sweet look on Mary. What a beautiful and classy lady she is.
    MARIE

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  12. A great look for Mary , she always looks comfortable in her own skin .

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