In connection with Mary being mentioned in Vanity, the conservative news paper, berlinske Tidende has a gallery of her style: Kronprinsesse Marys stil | www.berlingske.dk
(This is only about Mary, which is why I don't post this in the Vanity thread).
Eeh, does that also include magazine and newspaper articles?
Here is one:
Summary of article in Billed Bladet #31, 2010.
Mary klar til ny baby - Mary ready for new baby.
Written by Ulrik Ulriksen & Ken Richter.
Billed Bladet doesn't claim that Mary is pregnant. However there are indications...
They base that on:
A) Mary is less active physically this summer. She doesn't run as fast as she use to.
B) She has been wearing only loose fitting clothes.
C) She has been observed looking at her belly.
D) The CP-couple have not been abroad this year as they usually are.
E) She hasn't ridden at all while at Gråsten.
F) A planned ride on Icelandic ponies at Tisvildeleje was cancelled.
G) When Isabella fell on the stairs at the photo session at Gråsten, Mary did not lift up her daughter.
- The news are now buzzing in all the newspapers.
The court however will not comment.
I'm afraid the list above would not stand up in court, but we'll see...
Summary of article in Billed Bladet #31, 2010
Peter Heering til Afghanistan - Peter Heering to Afghanistan.
Written by Anna Johannesen.
The husband of Mary's LiW, Caroline Heering, has gone to Afghanistan.
Peter Heering, who is a lieutenant colonel of the reserves in the Royal Lifeguard Regiment, left for Afghanistan this Sunday. Here he will serve his tour of duty in the Helman province.
Peter Heering is 43. As his rank is high he will not be going out much on the dangerous patrols.
Caroline Heering said: "I back Peter up 100 percent and I'm proud that he has the (mental) surplus and courage to help give the Afghans a hope of a better future. We have taken the decision together (*) but of course it wouldn't be possible without backup from family and friends all the way round.
The couple have two girls aged eight and five.
The 34th danish soldier was killed in Afghanistan a couple of weeks ago.
(*) You can opt not to go to Afghanistan, provided you say so within a reasonable time in advance otherwise it will be considered desertion.
The army has no problems getting volunteers to serve in Afghanistan, in fact some of those who have been on six, seven, eight tours are asked to consider staying at home for a prolonged period. To help them adapt to normal life in peace.