Today the world has embraced new royal Princesses in the form of Mary of Denmark and Maxima of the Netherlands. But it's questionable whether even these hugely popular, increasingly glamorous future Queens will ever capture the world's imagination in the same way as Diana.
As Mario acknowledges: "She really was a true Princess". -www.theroyalist.net-
When watching the animation on purple_platinum's link to Frederik, Mary, and Christian's monograms, I noticed that they were all in different colors. Are to colors specific to each monogram, and are the monograms always printed in that color (at least officially)?
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I don't think there is a specific boundary to colours in the monograms, as they can be used for different functions and on different subject as well. For instance, the monograms of Joachim & Alexandra at schackenborg, or the Queen at Amalienborg are used without colour.
It's probably more just a display on the website.
Just an observation, but on the website with the monogram animation, I noticed that Christian's monogram was a combination of elements from his parents. He has Mary's color of the monogram and the intertwined initials of Fredrick's.
It's great that we got to see his monogram this early. I wonder when we'll see the monograms of his cousins.
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