December 7, 1999 - Kandang Kerbau Hospital, Singapore. Märtha Louise wore a two-piece lime green suit to visit children at this hospital in Singapore. Her accessories were tanned shoes and purse, pearl earrings and a heart shaped pendant.
Pictures #1, 2, 3 from www.alloverpress.dk
October 17, 2000 - Opening of Sandinavia House in New York. Märtha Louise wore this same suit with black nylons, black purse, black shoes and a black hat with lime green trim.
Picture #3 from www.gettyimages.com
Picture #4, 5 from www.iblbildbyra.se
Just to elaborate on Larzen's post:
May 31, 2001 - Märtha Louise wore this outfit at a luncheon at Akershus Castle during Queen Elizabeth's visit to Norway. She wore the green skirt and green jacket with a black shirt and black accessories including black earrings and black pendant necklace. The shirt trim, the decorative hat band and the underside of the collar all matched.
Picture #1 from www.scanpix.no
Picture #2 from www.alloverpress.no
Picture #3 from www.australianpicturelibrary.com.au
September 19, 2001 - At a press conference, Märtha Louise chose to wear the same green jacket and the black shirt but this time with black slacks. She also wore the same pendant neckclace but chose different earrings and different black shoes.
Picture #4 from ANB
Pictures #5, #6 from www.scanpix.no
November 25, 2001 - Märtha Louise and Victoria attended the didication of a church in honour of Crown Princess Märtha in Stockholm. Märtha Louise wore the green skirt and jacket with a black, long sleeve, turtleneck sweater, black boots, black purse, diamond earrings and a silver neclace.
Picture #7, #8 Source unknown
Picture #9 by Marit Berger Møllersen
Thank you for elaborating. I really like that suit, the boots for church however is a bit much. The hat she is wearing for Queen Elizabeths visit is the same as for Ingrid Alexandras baptism, she only changed the feathers, at least according to a glossy magazine
August 15, 2001 - Tromso Sign Language School. Märtha Louise wore the lacy/white/brown skirt, brown jacket, white shirt and brown shoes. Her accessories included brown choker, dangling earrings and of course a bejeweled golden crown.
Pictures #1, 2 Source unknown
Pictures #3, 4 from www.alloverpress.dk
September 5, 2002 - Wedding Gown Display. Märtha Louise wore the same jacket and skirt with matching brown shirt and pearl choker and earrings.
Pictures #5, 6 from www.fotobank.com
May 13, 2004 - Lunch on the Danneborg. Märtha Louise wore the brown jacket, skirt and white shirt, beige shoes, a purple pendant necklace, pearl earring and a brooch.
Pictures #7, 8 from IBL
May 30, 2001 - Arrival of Queen Elizabeth. Märtha Louise wore a blue satin suit, matching white hat and purse, black gloves, silver grey shoes and jewelry.
Picture #1 source unknown.
December 10, 2001 - Nobel Peace Prize Ceremony. Märtha Louise wore the same blue satin suit with matching boots and purse, blue pendant necklace and earrings.
Pictures #2, 3 from www.alloverpress.dk
Picture #4 from www.corbis.com
October 4, 1997 - Wedding of Cristina and Inaki. Märtha Louise wore this suit with a wide brim hat and matching gloves, brown shoes and brown purse, and pearl necklace and earrings.
Picture #1 from www.cover.es
Pictures #2, 3 from www.scanpix.no
November 1, 1999 - Bill Clinton's Visit to Norway. Märtha Louise wore this suit with a brown hat, brown shoes and brown gloves.
Picture #4 from www.alloverpress.no
Picture #5 from www.scanpix.no
April 16, 2000 - Margrethe's 60th Birthday - City Hall Reception. Märtha Louise wore this suit with a pink shirt, brown hat, brown shoes, brown purse, brown choker and brown earrings.
Picture #6 from Seegerpress
Picture #7 from IBL
October 25, 2000 - Finish State Visit to Norway. Märtha Louise wore the coat with brown boots, brown hat, brown gloves and brown purse on the arrival of Prime Minister Halonen.
Picture #1 from www.alloverpress.dk
For the visit to the National Hospital, she removed the hat.
Picture #2 from www.alloverpress.dk
January 25, 2001 - At the theatre. Märtha Louise wore basically the same attire sans hat.
Picture #3 from www.vg.no
Picture #4 source unknown
November 9, 2001 - Children's School. Märtha Louise wore the orange coat with the collar altered, orange slacks, black purse, black boots and orange mitts.
Pictures #5, 6, 7 from www.waypress.com
I wish to thank Larzen for the following information.
By Wenche Lyche: Lime green dress of May 30, 2001 Purple dress of May 31, 2001 Dark-pink dress of August 24, 2001 White dress and hat of August 25, 2001 Pink/brown dress for Haakon's wedding on August 25, 2001 Green suit with white stripes of May 31, 2001 and with Pants on September 19, 2001 30th Birthday gown of September 22, 2001 Beige dress of January 31, 2002 Zipper skirt and the jacket of January 31, 2002 Light-blue jacket and pants outfit of May 23, 2002 Butterfly dress of May 23, 2002 Maud Angelica's Baptism. Suit and hat of July 2, 2003
Yellow concert gown of May 13, 2004 Blue/gold gown of May 14, 2004 Spanish pre-wedding dinner of May 21, 2004
By Dolce and Gabbana: Black dress for the youth party May 22, 2002 Pink lily dress from Haakon youth party of August 23, 2001
By Katarina Grasmo for Tulip and Tatamo: Purple dress for IA baptism April 17, 2004 Yellow dress in Spain May 22, 2004
By Kjell Nordström: Black and white dress for Ari's fashion show of October 2, 2004
Märtha Louise's have a think that i think amaizing that is : the suprise elemente. We never can tell what she gona wear and is always very different from all that we see. Just for that i love her. Thanks for all the pics.
I think Märtha Louise looks wonderful with hats and she looks like she enjoys wearing them, allthough I dont think there is many other that would get away with some of the hats she wears, the exception beeing the red one which is just plain ghastly, even on her
A purpel hat which I love on her
A red hat we hope never to see again The hat is made by Mone Strand
A white fabulous hat she used twice, for Haakons preweddding art exhibition and Memorial for King Olav, By Wenche Lyche
A black hat she has used first for Queen Elizabeths statevisit, then she changed the feathers and used it for the christening of Ingrid Alexandra, the hat is made by her favourite designer Wenche Lyche
A beautiful hat for national day 2001
A black hat for Philippe and Mathildes wedding
A red hat by Mona strand for Constntijns wedding
A brown hat in Denmark, beofre she discovered that clothes was fun
A horse helmet
A funny hat for Maximas and WA wedding, not really elegant
HAt for her same costume
Yes she did, I was accually a little disapointed with Märthas wedding dress, especially the shiny fabric, and think she has made better clothes for Märtha both before and after, still she was a beautiful bride and certainly one of the most happy looking
Wenche Lyche started making clothes for Märtha around 2000-2001, at least according to the press, and that was when Märtha accually got some style She also made one of my all time favourite royal dresses, the one Märtha wore for Haakons wedding. Wench Lyche really like to make clothes out of zippers, and the bolero she wore with the dress was made out of zippers, she also has a skirt made out of zippers. she also like korsetts like on the pink and brown dress and the peach one in denmark
Lyche, makes dresses, suits hats and acessories, she has made most of Märthas clothes for special occations the last years, however she was not guilty of the chicken dress in Spain