Princess Kako visited Sisi Museum at Hofburg Palace in Vienna

Princess Kako is making a 11 day official visit to Austria on the occasion of 150th anniversary of establishment of diplomatic relations between Japan and Austria. The Princess arrived in Vienna yesterday. On September 16, 2019, Princess Kako visited Sisi Museum at Hofburg Palace in Vienna. The Hofburg is the former principal imperial palace of the Habsburg dynasty rulers and today serves as the official residence and workplace of the President of Austria.
Princess Kako visited Sisi Museum at Schönbrunn Palace in Vienna
Princess Kako visited Sisi Museum at Schönbrunn Palace in Vienna
Princess Kako visited Sisi Museum at Schönbrunn Palace in Vienna
Princess Kako visited Sisi Museum at Schönbrunn Palace in Vienna
Princess Kako visited Sisi Museum at Schönbrunn Palace in Vienna
Princess Kako visited Sisi Museum at Schönbrunn Palace in Vienna
Princess Kako visited Sisi Museum at Schönbrunn Palace in Vienna

16 comments:

  1. Princess Kako is a wonderful ambassador for Japan. Her radiant (dimpled) smile projects kindness and confidence. The salmon colored suit is lovely and fits her well; it is business- like yet very feminine. Her pearl jewelry complements the look. She is a real beauty.

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  2. Nice that she is visiting my beautiful country. Sisi Museum is located at Hofburg not at Schönbrunn Palace.

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  3. Ravissante dans cet ensemble dont la couleur lui va très bien ; jolies perles !!!

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  4. The suit is a lovely color for her and the designer even ventured a tiny bow in the front. I'd suggest even a little more decoration because it seems like most of her outfits are extremely plain. They need a little "fun!" Also, the length of the jacket doesn't go down to flare out at her waist, but flares out 2-3 inches above. It's the same problem Duchess Catherine had before having clothes fitted to her height.

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  5. Same style as white suit, same shoes, same hairstyle, though a very pretty woman, it would be nice to see something different in wardrobe and hair. Jo

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    1. That's pretty much my opinion also: boring for such a pretty young lady. You would think the emperor and empress would like to see their niece looking her best.

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  6. Fast ein Audrey Hepburn Moment (Royals hin oder her, nichts kommt an Audrey ran), wenn, ja wenn nur nicht diese Omatreter wären! Die Farbe des Kostüms steht ihr sehr und auch der Schnitt ist gut und die Proportionen stimmen. Der Schmuck ist auch wunderbar, aber die Schuhe gehen gar nicht.

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  7. What a beautiful colour of the dress!

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  8. Lovely elegant suit in a beautiful colour. Love seeing this enthusiastic young Princess who looks so genuinely delighted at every event.

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  9. In Europe for 11 day's that is a fantastic tour. Vienna the seat of the Habsburg Dynasty, great start. Love this suit on her. Schloss Schoenbrunn beautiful place. Hope Pss Kako enjoys every minute of her tour.

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  10. She is so beautiful! Can't wait to see more photos.

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  11. Why should a young woman in her twenties dress like a conservative grandma? What's the sense of the half fringe?

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  12. Just lovely. We should not want to make Japanese royals look like western ones. I take it that is where some of the ‘more modern’ hints are pointing. I would be terribly disappointed if they had to change who they are. They are NOT going to ever be Western. And that diversity is what this world so wonderful. I prefer to embrace it.

    Lily A

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  13. The warm welcome of Princess Kako's official visit to your country makes me feel happy as a Japanese.
    I would also like you to see Kimono style, the traditional Japanese costume of Princess Kako.

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