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Mandy 05-21-2006 10:09 PM

Crown Princess Mary, Current Events 6: May - November 2006
 
Welcome to part 6 of Crown Princess Mary current events where you can post current news, articles and pictures. The old thread can be found here.

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Happy posting!

Harmony 05-23-2006 07:08 AM

Crown Princess Mary has been voted 4th most trusted individual in Australia in a poll conducted by Readers Digest

From The Australian

https://https://www.theaustralian.news...-29277,00.html

Quote:

BURNS specialist and former Australian of the Year Fiona Wood has topped the list of Australia's most trusted people, while former federal Labor leader Mark Latham brings up the rear.
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Other figures ranked high on the list of individuals were Crown Princess Mary of Denmark (4th), television vet Dr Harry Cooper (5th), The Wiggles (9th) and NASA astronaut Andy Thomas (10th).

From Seven.com.au
Trust a question of reputation
https://seven.com.au/todaytonight/story/?id=28499


Same news in Danish media
BT
https://www.bt.dk/royalt/artikel:aid=442732/

TV2.dk
https://bryllup.tv2.dk/article.php?id=4171184

robby86 05-23-2006 07:52 PM

That's cool!!!!! Congrats CP Mary!

lise 05-23-2006 09:24 PM

Thanks for the link. That's a pretty good list I agree with most of it. Anyway congratulations Mary. :)

paulette 05-26-2006 12:37 AM

Congratulations to Crown Princess Mary!!

She has earned the respect and trust that she deserves from the people who have only known her through these span of time. I think all her efforts and hardwork as an individual and as a royal have paid off because she is reaping positive feedbacks from people of different walks in the society.

I think she is very happy now to learn about that because it is something great for her! But the challenge still remains there and it will still increase as time goes by. That challenge is to maintain the affection and trust that people have for her!

Larzen 05-26-2006 10:58 AM

3 Attachment(s)
PRINCESS MARY OF DENMARK OUT AND ABOUT SHOPPING IN KNIGHTSBRIDGE, LONDON, BRITAIN, Me: that is her red head Lady In Waiting Caroline Heering that is with her

Mandatory Credit: Photo By Brendan Beirne / Rex Features via ISIFA
Caption:
Princess Mary of Denmark (R) PRINCESS MARY OF DENMARK OUT AND ABOUT SHOPPING IN KNIGHTSBRIDGE, LONDON, BRITAIN - 25 MAY 2006 EXCLUSIVE NO DRESSING TO IMPRESS FOR CROWN PRINCESS In her jeans and causal green jacket, she could have been any young woman about town - but the woman in question will one day be Queen. Crown Princess Mary did a great job of blending into the crowd on a shopping trip in London's upmarket Knightsbridge district on Thursday (May 25)

bbb 05-26-2006 11:16 AM

was it a quick trip or is she not going to be with fred on his birthday today?

Sira 05-26-2006 11:18 AM

Congratulations to CP Mary who is doing a great job since she became Crown Princess.

Alisa 05-26-2006 11:58 AM

Thanks for the pictures. In the first photo she looks pensive.."Should I buy it or not?":p

HRHAmy 05-26-2006 05:56 PM

Maybe she was shopping for him.:rolleyes: Picking up a quicky birthday present. Must be nice to have jets and boats and all that at your lesure to hop on over to another country to shop. What a life.:)

Adry 05-26-2006 06:12 PM

Yeah!..I thought the same....maybe was hanging around in a mall in London trying to get a lovely present for Frederik:)

fromEU 05-26-2006 06:23 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by HRHAmy
Maybe she was shopping for him.:rolleyes: Picking up a quicky birthday present. Must be nice to have jets and boats and all that at your lesure to hop on over to another country to shop. What a life.:)

The drf and Mary does not have private jets or boats or things like that. They just, just like us, have to take plain normal commercial airlines, when they want to travel around privately. Copenhagen to London is just 1.50 Hours. No big deal:)

HRHAmy 05-26-2006 06:36 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by fromEU
The drf and Mary does not have private jets or boats or things like that. They just, just like us, have to take plain normal commercial airlines, when they want to travel around privately. Copenhagen to London is just 1.50 Hours. No big deal:)

Ooops, my mistake, I thought I saw her getting onto a private jet with Christian one time. Thanks for clearing it up.:)

English Rose 05-26-2006 06:53 PM

The outfit Mary's wearing reminds me a lot of what Prince William's girlfriend Kate Middleton wore when she was shopping at the Spirit Of Christmas Fair. https://www.isifa.com/functions/water...ummer=11338121 (Shortcut originally posted by karla 64)

fromEU 05-26-2006 07:13 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by HRHAmy
Ooops, my mistake, I thought I saw her getting onto a private jet with Christian one time. Thanks for clearing it up.:)

The Drf do not have a private jet, but on official visits abroard they might sometimes fly on one of the militarys planes, which are at those occations are called the Royal air force:) News Flash! I have read often on this board that the Drf is wealthy. They are not!! They have a (very)minor private fortune. The rest is what they get from the state:)

fanletizia 05-27-2006 05:35 PM

Princess Mary 'Nordic Imelda'

https://www.theaustralian.news.com.au...-29277,00.html

pollyemma 05-27-2006 06:16 PM

nordic imelda?:D that is pretty funny. I'm sure its not true but whoever invited the nickname has a good sense of humor. the australian media is taking after their fleet street colleagues by inventing nicknames for celebrities.

flcty 05-27-2006 11:23 PM

i was just reading that article in the herald sun (one of the daily newspapers that i and many australians read), i was quite suprised, the article in the herald sun made mary out to be some kind of gold-digger/hungry shoe woman, (most people will hopefully understnd the hungry shoe woman comment because of the pic of mary with her eyes wide open, straing at a models shoe (PS: I like Mary, I'm not bad mouthing her, in a way. i'm just commenting on what other people have commented before me. I like mary). one bit of the article said that queen margarethe...(extract from 28th May Sunday Herald Sun)
..."While Queen Margarethe is busy making budget cuts, her daughter-in-law reportedly refuses to rein in her spending."

MoonlightRhapsody 05-27-2006 11:29 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by fanletizia

Please, I know about Imelda Marcos and Mary is nowhere near her extravagance! When I lived in the Philippines, I even saw Imelda Marcos' shoe collection as a child and it was extensive. Plus, if you search the internet, you'll find pictures of her jewelry collection which will make you wonder where that type of money came from seeing that at that time, the country was poverty-stricken.

Anyway, the extra expense probably came from having a new baby in the family! The allowance now supported three members, not just two, unless Prince Christian has his own spending allowance, which I doubt. Plus, I don't know if the government made that budget before or after Mary became pregnant.

Margrethe II 05-28-2006 12:42 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by flctylu
i was just reading that article in the herald sun (one of the daily newspapers that i and many australians read), i was quite suprised, the article in the herald sun made mary out to be some kind of gold-digger/hungry shoe woman, (most people will hopefully understnd the hungry shoe woman comment because of the pic of mary with her eyes wide open, straing at a models shoe (PS: I like Mary, I'm not bad mouthing her, in a way. i'm just commenting on what other people have commented before me. I like mary). one bit of the article said that queen margarethe...(extract from 28th May Sunday Herald Sun)
..."While Queen Margarethe is busy making budget cuts, her daughter-in-law reportedly refuses to rein in her spending."

Is'nt it just rubbish! The Herald Sun should be ashamed of itself, really. Then again, It is a Murdoch owned enterprise so nothing surprises me, especially when it comes to royals :rolleyes:

"MII"


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