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carlota 04-29-2005 11:40 AM

Haakon & Mette-Marit's visit to Poland May 2005
 
haakon and mette marit will go to poland. they will be there for two days 30 may and 1 june.

29.4.2005

DD.KK.HH. Kronprinsen og Kronprinsessen til Polen



Deres Kongelige Høyheter Kronprinsen og Kronprinsessen vil avlegge besøk til Polen i tiden 30. mai - 1. juni 2005.



Programmet omfatter besøk til Warszawa og Krakow. I Warszawa vil Kronprinsparet være tilstede ved åpningen av norsk-polsk kompetanseforum. Programmet omfatter også et besøk til Warsaw University of Technology Business School og et møte med frivillige organisasjoner som arbeider med likestillingsspørsmål. I Krakow vil Kronprinsparet avlegge et besøk til Det jagellonske universitetet hvor mange norske studenter studerer medisin, møte representanter for myndighetene, samt være tilstede ved en konsert med Thomas Dybdahl.



Under besøket vil Deres Kongelige Høyheter Kronprinsen og Kronprinsessen møte Hans Eksellense Republikken Polens President Alexander Kwasniewski og fru Jolanta Kwasniewska.

norwegianne 04-29-2005 12:08 PM

May has 31 days, so they'll be there three days.

carlota 04-29-2005 12:31 PM

:)
true...

kwanfan 05-29-2005 04:48 PM

Haakon & Mette-Marit's visit to Poland May 2005
 
According to post #122 by Carlota in this thread http://www.theroyalforums.com/forums...6&page=7&pp=20 Haakon and Mette-Marit will begin a visit to Poland on Monday.

Larzen 05-29-2005 05:08 PM

Some information from Kongehuset.no, rough translation

The Progam includes a visit to Warzaw and Krakow. In Warzaw the CP-couple will be present for the opening of a norwegian-polish kompetans-forum (someone has a better translation for "kompetanseforum??). They will also vist the Warsaw University of Technology Business School and a meating with volounteer organisations that work with gender eguality questions. In Krakow the CP-couple will visit the jagellon university where many Norwegian students study medicine, they will meet with authoreties and be present for a concert with Thomas Dybdahl During the visit the will also meet with HE President Alexander Kwasniewski and First lady Jolanta Kwasniewska (she always looks fantastic)

from VG
Haakon and Mette-Marit will travel with a business delegation of 58 people, they are trying to get into the polish market in areas like food safty, science, and the travel business

KikkiB 05-29-2005 05:19 PM

Forum of Competence might work...



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Originally Posted by Larzen
Some information from Kongehuset.no, rough translation

The Progam includes a visit to Warzaw and Krakow. In Warzaw the CP-couple will be present for the opening of a norwegian-polish kompetans-forum (someone has a better translation for "kompetanseforum??). They will also vist the Warsaw University of Technology Business School and a meating with volounteer organisations that work with gender eguality questions. In Krakow the CP-couple will visit the jagellon university where many Norwegian students study medicine, they will meet with authoreties and be present for a concert with Thomas Dybdahl During the visit the will also meet with HE President Alexander Kwasniewski and First lady Jolanta Kwasniewska (she always looks fantastic)

from VG
Haakon and Mette-Marit will travel with a business delegation of 30-40 people, they are trying to get into the polish market in areas like food safty, science, and the travel business



Larzen 05-30-2005 12:33 PM

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Haakon and Mette-Marit has arrived in Poland, the weather was very warm but according to VG Mette-Marit was feeling well. A couple of hours after the arrival Mette-Marit was going to give prizes to chefs that has taken part in a cometition where the meals was made of Norwegian food. In the evening they will have dinner with the President and First Lady.

http://www.vg.no/pub/vgart.hbs?artid=279135

KikkiB 05-30-2005 01:49 PM

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From the dinner in Poland;

Why in the world is Ambassador Sten Lundbo pinching CP Mette-Marits arm like that:confused: Any explanations??

From http://pub.tv2.no/nettavisen/side2/kongelig/

norwegianne 05-30-2005 02:22 PM

They'll be using a train when travelling in Poland, instead of the Russian made planes they were offered, according to VG. Not very surprising, if you ask me.

kwanfan 05-30-2005 02:36 PM

Mette-Marit looks beautiful! The purple color of her dress looks beautiful on her.

kwanfan 05-30-2005 04:07 PM

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More pictures

Larzen 05-30-2005 04:50 PM

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As expected the First lady looks elegant and Mette-Marit not so much. She looks like she is going clubbing in that outfit, black for spring:confused: and whats with the white camisole peeping out. The arrival outfit is tolerable, atleast it is springlike. I think the dress is by Arne og Carlos but their website is down for maitnance so Ill check it out later. She used the jacket twice when she was pregnant with Ingrid Alexandra. HAakons suit could also be better tailored

www.aftenposten.no

norwegianne 05-30-2005 05:27 PM

I especially think that Haakon's suit should have been better tailored. It just looks odd on him, like he's borrowed it from someone else, or something.

Alisa 05-30-2005 06:36 PM

Mette-Marit looks nice for the arrival. I love the shoes, and it seems the photographer did too.;) Haakon's pants looked like just bought them as they are in dire need of some tailoring.

I'm surprised by Mette-Marit's outfit, she does look like she's ready for a night on the town with some friends, not for an official banquet.

kate14 05-30-2005 07:08 PM

Had she wore a different top, she would have looked more Appropiate.

Alexandria 05-30-2005 08:33 PM

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Originally Posted by kate14
Had she wore a different top, she would have looked more Appropiate.

I actually like the top, but find the pants too casual. Maybe it's just me, but I also don't like it when pants are fitted as Mette-Marit's are, and then paired with heels so that you can see the stockings -- it reminds me of the 80s when some women would wear acid wash jeans with heels. :eek: And a surprise from Mette-Marit, too, as usually her pants are usually so flared. Pants, when worn with heels, should go over the shoes so that you can only see the tips of your shoes, and most certainly not your stockings.

Dennism 05-30-2005 10:18 PM

I liked Mette-Marit´s arrival outfit. Nice shoes and the skirt is good. Passable spring ensemble. Like the shoes for the arrival too. Nice bracelet for the evening. The top looked okay at first but I didn´t like that the camisole sticking out like that. It´s not good. And yes, the pants were too informal for a dinner. That being said, she really glows. A beautiful woman. The first lady was lovely as always.

marezdote 05-30-2005 11:22 PM

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I agree that it was a little informal compares to everyone else but I did really like her outfit. Here are some pics from Getty.

carlota 05-31-2005 06:30 AM

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Originally Posted by KikkiB
From the dinner in Poland;

Why in the world is Ambassador Sten Lundbo pinching CP Mette-Marits arm like that:confused: Any explanations??

From http://pub.tv2.no/nettavisen/side2/kongelig/

that's true... that photo is quite impressing..
i mean... touching a royal is always wrong according to protocol (well... any royal or any other person)but he is pinching her... hehehe... what's that? and she apparently doesnt care... and is smily... :s
how weird..

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As expected the First lady looks elegant and Mette-Marit not so much. She looks like she is going clubbing in that outfit, black for spring:confused: and whats with the white camisole peeping out.
exactly what i thought larzen!

i like the outfit the first day, i mean... it was ok... nothing surprising but ok and according to the act. but the second one i found it quite unflattering and remind me of the same look mary used to go to the tivoli for princess benedikte's birthday... and i dont think either it was really protocolar to dress like that to meet a personality.

(quite offtopic) i find letizia's style sometimes really suitable although sometimes to classy and boring, but i think that's how it must look like most of the times. (this comment was just to let you know what i mean with "not suitable", no intentions to compare)

Larzen 05-31-2005 06:57 AM

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I dont know what the Ambassodor was doing:confused: one does not do that to any woman, royal or not. But one must remeber a photo just shows on millisecond. I think Mette-Marit acted normally, like nothing happened it is not like she could get angry. Not to compare, but when Presiden Bush put his arm around Queen Sofia (giant breech of protocol if you ask me), she also smiled and pretended like nothing happened.

Today at a Norwegian Polish Forum of Competence Mette-Marit wears IMO an apporpriate early maternety coat that looks quite nice, but a little bland with her fair complextion, there could have been more colour and done something with the hair...Great shoes and purse that match eachother and the outfit.:)


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