Queen Margrethe hosted a concert and dinner at Fredensborg

On October 29, Queen Margrethe, accompanied by Crown Prince Frederik and Crown Princess Mary, hosted a concert a dinner in the Dome Hall at Fredensborg Castle for representatives of the unity of the Realm. Throughout the years, The Queen and Prince Henrik have held concerts at Fredensborg Palace to which various groups from society have been invited. This year, The Queen invited the some persons who make a contribution to the unity of the Realm between Greenland, the Faroes and Denmark.
Crown Prince Frederik and Crown Princess Mary, hosted a concert a dinner in the Dome Hall. red skirt and blouse
Crown Prince Frederik and Crown Princess Mary, hosted a concert a dinner in the Dome Hall. red skirt and blouse
Crown Prince Frederik and Crown Princess Mary, hosted a concert a dinner in the Dome Hall. red skirt and blouse
Crown Prince Frederik and Crown Princess Mary, hosted a concert a dinner in the Dome Hall. red skirt and blouse
Crown Prince Frederik and Crown Princess Mary, hosted a concert a dinner in the Dome Hall. red skirt and blouse
Crown Prince Frederik and Crown Princess Mary, hosted a concert a dinner in the Dome Hall. red skirt and blouse
Crown Prince Frederik and Crown Princess Mary, hosted a concert a dinner in the Dome Hall. red skirt and blouse
Crown Prince Frederik and Crown Princess Mary, hosted a concert a dinner in the Dome Hall. red skirt and blouse
Crown Prince Frederik and Crown Princess Mary, hosted a concert a dinner in the Dome Hall. red skirt and blouse

24 comments:

  1. Nice outfits on both of the Royal Ladies.

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  2. I like Margrethe’s dress but I’m not fan of the belt with it. Love Mary’s outfit. The beading on her skirt and the detail at the neckline of her blouse.

    E.B.B

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    1. Agree, today Queen Margarethe is the winner for me.

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    2. Agree but I was trying to think what to do about the belt- maybe a fabric one to match the dress that is a wide band fastened in the back(?)
      Yeah for the national dress.
      Glo

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  3. Lovely red dress (skirt and blouse?) making up for that dull outfit earlier. Also like the colour of Queen Margarethe's dress

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    1. Agree with you AnnieM.

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    2. The Queen looks great.I love the color of her outfit. Mary and Frederik are a handsome couple , very fit and elegant.

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  4. The Queen looks wonderful, and so does Mary. However given that it is an evening Black-tie event, I think she should have worn a full length gown.
    Anon 9:13

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    1. According to protocol black-tie is not worn daytime (at least not in Scandinavian countries). With gentlemen in black tie it is not obligatory for ladies to wear a full length gown. The choice depends on the type of the event. A concert + a dinner is a good example where ladies wear short dresses - or long midi as queen Margrethe does. If this event had ended with dancing, then a full length gown would have been the right choice.
      Several of the guests are wearing traditional suits/dresses of their region. E.g. the white jackets are worn by men from Greenland.
      Margot

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    2. @Margot: Thank you for that explanation. Yes I can see that now from the photos added after I posted. I appreciate your comments.
      Anon 9:13

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    3. These events are very closely coordinated with dress protocols in mind. If protocol had called for a full length gown as the appropriate attire, I have absolutely no doubt the Queen and Mary would have been in full length gowns.

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  5. Beautiful dress on the Queen!

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  6. Frederik's suits doesn't fit well on the chest,as well as most of his suits does.
    I think they are tylored, but they oll have the same imperfection. It's odd.
    I like Mary's dress and the color (just the color) of Queen's dress

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  7. In this outfit Mary looks like a housewife from 60th-70th century. I think it's because of hair and shirt together. I like the skirt though.-Siri

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    1. Actually, we live in the 20th century! So...?
      This queen is the most regal of Queens, whatever she wears

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    2. What?? I thought we were in the XXI century..21st...(60-70-20???)
      🤣

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  8. Mary looks fantastic in red. Also like her hairstyle and makeup.
    --Karin

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  9. Robe ou léger petit pull/jupe, Mary est élégante surtout avec quelques cm plus courts, ce qui permet de mieux voir ses belles jambes... Très chics les escarpins !!!

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  10. Robe ou léger petit pull/jupe, Mary est élégante surtout avec quelques cm plus courts, ce qui permet de mieux voir ses belles jambes... Très chics les escarpins !!!

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  11. I love Marys dress. The queen looks lovely as well. I do like seeing some of guests in traditional dress. Very interesting to a foreigner

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  12. CP Mary looks superb

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  13. CP Mary looks so elegant and the Queen looks lovely and happy at this wonderful event. I love the national costumes from the Faros and Greenland.

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  14. I think Mary looks fabulous here. Beautiful colour and silhouette, perfect fit.
    Margrethe looks nice too. Except for the white-looking tights.

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