I love everything about her appearance except the scarf around the neck.
Unlike the men, with ties and a closed shirt to protect their necks from an ultra coolness in a space that can't be warmed sufficiently on a very cold day, you want the fairy Princess Mary to catch cold?
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I hated the shoes on Mette-Marit (1) and I dont like them on Mary (2) either, atleast you cant see so much of them because she is wearing pants. Her hairdo is nice
Excellent observation of the shoes, Larzen. On closer inspection, even I don't like them very much. But, as you said, atleast not much can be seen of them, and whatever I saw of them in the first pics, I liked.
Thanks to pdas, Larzen and Dennis for posting the lovely pics :)
Both Mary and Frederik looks so happy and at ease doing their duties.
I really love Mary's style yesterday - the hair, the red and white overcoat, the red jacket, everything...
But I must say, I'm not to keen of the scarf from today - and Frederik's style yesterday were a bit "busy". Maybe his wife should consider buying him one or two new overcoats to use when he is out "on duty".
I think the overcoat is great, the cut and the color are great. And I like her gray (stripe or checkered seeing closely) suit, very professional, but unfortunately could not be seen due to that ugly scarf. Why would you wear scarf when you dress a indoor suit? Wouldn't it be more normal wear it when you have overcoat on and is outdoor? Also, That flap of half bang go to me, she would get a stiff neck, if she is constantly trying to tilt her head so she could see.
Hans Christian Anderson exhibition, United Nations
1) Polfoto 31-01-2005 Denmark's United Nations Ambassador, left, Mararethe Loj, speaks to Danish Crown Prince Frederik and Crown Princess Mary in front of a poster at the Hans Christian Anderson exhibition Monday, Jan. 31, 2005 at the United Nations in New York.
2) Polfoto 31-01-2005 Danish Crown Prince Frederik and Crown Princess Mary pose in front of posters at the Hans Christian Anderson exhibition Monday, Jan. 31, 2005 at the United Nations in New York.