Danish Royal Family attended the opening of an exhibition at Frederiksborg Castle

Crown Princess Mary wore a new puff-sleeve belted wool dress by Beulah London. Beulah Ahana midi dress. Queen Margrethe
On June 16, 2020, Queen Margrethe II, Crown Prince Frederik and Crown Princess Mary attended the opening of the exhibition "The Faces of the Queen" (Dronningens Ansigter), held at The National History Museum at Frederiksborg Castle in Hillerød. Frederiksborg Castle has housed The National History Museum since 1878.
Crown Princess Mary wore a new puff-sleeve belted wool dress by Beulah London. Beulah Ahana midi dress. Queen Margrethe
The exhibition was created on the occasion of the Queen's 80th birthday earlier this year and portrays the Queen's life, work and special interests. In connection with the opening of the exhibition, a new portrait of the Queen painted by artist Niels Strøbæk was also unveiled. The exhibition involves films, dresses and scenographic elements as well as a large number of portraits. (Crown Princess Mary wore a new puff-sleeve belted wool dress by Beulah London.)
Crown Princess Mary wore a new puff-sleeve belted wool dress by Beulah London. Beulah Ahana midi dress. Queen Margrethe
Crown Princess Mary wore a new puff-sleeve belted wool dress by Beulah London. Beulah Ahana midi dress. Queen Margrethe and Crown Prince Frederik
Crown Princess Mary wore a new puff-sleeve belted wool dress by Beulah London. Beulah Ahana midi dress. Queen Margrethe and Crown Prince Frederik
Crown Princess Mary wore a new puff-sleeve belted wool dress by Beulah London. Beulah Ahana midi dress. Queen Margrethe and Crown Prince Frederik
Crown Princess Mary wore a new puff-sleeve belted wool dress by Beulah London. Beulah Ahana midi dress. Queen Margrethe and Crown Prince Frederik
Crown Princess Mary wore a new puff-sleeve belted wool dress by Beulah London. Beulah Ahana midi dress. Queen Margrethe and Crown Prince Frederik
Crown Princess Mary wore a new puff-sleeve belted wool dress by Beulah London. Beulah Ahana midi dress. Queen Margrethe and Crown Prince Frederik
Crown Princess Mary wore a new puff-sleeve belted wool dress by Beulah London. Beulah Ahana midi dress. Queen Margrethe and Crown Prince Frederik
Crown Princess Mary wore a new puff-sleeve belted wool dress by Beulah London. Beulah Ahana midi dress. Queen Margrethe and Crown Prince Frederik
Crown Princess Mary wore a new puff-sleeve belted wool dress by Beulah London. Beulah Ahana midi dress. Queen Margrethe and Crown Prince Frederik
Crown Princess Mary wore a new puff-sleeve belted wool dress by Beulah London. Beulah Ahana midi dress. Queen Margrethe and Crown Prince Frederik
Crown Princess Mary wore a new puff-sleeve belted wool dress by Beulah London. Beulah Ahana midi dress. Queen Margrethe and Crown Prince Frederik
Crown Princess Mary wore a new puff-sleeve belted wool dress by Beulah London. Beulah Ahana midi dress. Queen Margrethe
Crown Princess Mary wore Beulah London Ahana Puff-sleeve Belted Wool Dress
BEULAH Ahana Puff-sleeve Belted Wool Dress

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  1. I love the Queen's dress. She looks great in prints. Somehow the Queen's identity shines through as a respected artist in her own right. And she still manages to radiate the aura of a Queen. I like Mary's dress too.

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  2. Love the Queens dress!
    Mary’s dress is not her style, the Prince: I’ll suited suit as always.
    He really is the worst dressed prince.

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    1. That honour is all Prince William’s . I’ll take a slightly badly fitted suit over a fleece

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    2. Again, Prince Frederick lets the side down with his ill fitting suits. SOS to his cousin Prince Daniel in Sweden to get his tailor to take over the work as royal tailor for Prince Frederick. In the end, I think Prince Frederick is more at ease and better dressed when he's in his sporting gear.

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  3. Love Mary's dress, even though it's beige. Well cut, elegant and has lovely movement in the skirt. I like the Queen's dress too but it would be nicer just an inch or so longer. The photos ( 2 and 3)where you see her interacting with the Crown Princely couple are great.

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    1. I Completely agree with your comments!

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  4. Olafr Alexandra Glucksberg6/17/20, 2:24 AM

    Very interesting article read and art is always such a fascinating piece of creativity. HRH family as well as HM Queen Margaret II of Denmark looking happy and healthy.

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  5. I find Mary's dress' lenghth much more becoming than the queen's.

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    1. Yes, an inch or two longer would do the trick. As it stands, to me, it's the length for a much younger woman. I made the same comment about the dress the Queen wore the other day. Otherwise, so good to see the family enjoying the occasion.

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  6. The Queen looks fabulous. Her dress is gorgeous, beautiful print. CP Mary looks nice, but something about her dress doesn't appeal to me, not quite sure what.

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    1. I agree. There’s some unnecessary darts around the neckline I think?

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    2. Could it be that the colour of CP Mary's dress is a bit too dull for this time of the year in a Scandinavian country. In their part of the world it is the season for bright colours, flowers and gay prints. In a short time they will be back into the winter darkness of short days and cloudy, dull skies.
      OR did she not want to outshine the Queen with a colour or print that would be "too much" and create a competition. Whatever, I think CP Mary's dress is superb.

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  7. Mary's dress is very nice; however, the top (as with most of the royal women these days) is too tight. The shoulders do not seem to fit well, her shoulders are too far forward and it's too tight/narrow for her natural shoulder line - not very comfortable to wear.

    Fred, Fred, Fred - can he ever stand or walk properly? Comparing Fred to his distinguished younger brother Joachim... there is no comparison. Joachim dresses well, is neat, and holds himself in a regal manner. Fred usually looks like he just rolled out of bed, climbed into the clothes he picked off the floor, and showed up in ill-fitting suits at his events. How does Joachim manage so well but Fred can't seem to get it together?

    Mary, on the other hand, always dresses nicely for the occasion.

    ~Laurel~

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    1. About Fred you may be right. However from what I know that is not the way Danish people see it; maybe he is popular for relaxed style. I take the opportunity to express my disappointment about the portrait itself : the queen portrayed with this horrible fur fur stole, again!!

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  8. I consider it being to big and too bulky - and CP Frederiks suit as always way too small. Slim fit overdone.

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  9. Queen Margarethe is so girlish I love her dress ;she radiates a happy cheery disposition. Mary's dress looks a bit staid;the colour is wrong;her hair looks good

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  10. I think the same as Annie M and Liz about the lenghth.

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  11. Magnifique la Reine dans cette robe fleurie ; avec les boucles d'oreilles assorties, elle est superbe. La toilette de Mary a une belle coupe et un joli boutonnage mais je trouve que sa ceinture est trop large !

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  12. Impressive accomplishment of CP Mary working those heels!! As always, perfect outfit all around.

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  13. Two very pretty summer dresses.

    I like Margrethe´s print, the colours are fresh and it´s beautifully draped. The length is perfect as it reaches just past the knee.
    I like the top of Mary´s dress very much, the delicate buttons look very elegant and the belt is great too (I am a fan of a defined waist). But I think that the colour is too pale for Mary. And I think that the top-to-skirt ratio is not right. While the top looks snug, the skirt is too big and too long on her. The proportions are off, despite the very (too?) high heels. On the model the skirt reaches to like 15cm below the knee, rather than like 15cm above the ankle (as is the case on Mary). In any case, the waist line is a tad too high - which at least Mary solved by placing the belt under the actual waist seam.

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  14. Superb Pictures of the Danish Royals...Love their styles and varieties. CP Frederick and CP Mary Represent Denmark Perfectly!! They truly WORK at Family and Country....so interesting n thank you for a glimpse.

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  15. Lovely dresses. Maybe its my phone but since a couple of days I cannot enlarge the pictures anymore and I love to see the details
    Anna

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  16. Mary seldom goes wrong with her clothes, but this dress with puff-sleeves does not look good. The top part looks a bit ill-fitting and the puff-sleeves are hardly ever stylish. The colour is nice though. - Siri

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  17. They all look wonderful! I like the puff sleeves, maybe the belt or shoes could be a different color to give it a pop. Frederiksborg Castle is one of my favorite castles. If you ever get to Denmark it's a can't miss! - Capt. Marvel

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  18. The comments here are funny. One comment says the Queen's dress is great. Another one criticizes it saying it's too short. Another says it's too long. One says Mary's dress is great. Another criticizes it. LOL

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  19. What a sad decline in the standards of art this portrait represents. Fortunately, the ladies themselves look wonderful.
    - Rosa Bianca

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