Prince Frederik and Princess Mary Visit New York: January 30-February 2, 2005


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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.
 
lucys said:
I live four blocks from MOMA and had no idea they were in NYC. What event are they in NYC for? Thanks in advance.


If you go back a page, you will find your answer!
 
Hans Christian Anderson exhibition, United Nations

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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.
 

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Credit: Nicolas Khayat
 

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More photos of Frederik and Mary from Day 1

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Does anyone know where CP Frederick & CP Mary are staying while in NYC? Perhaps the Danish Embassy?
 
The first 3 photos were from today´s [font=verdana, arial]Jyllandsposten.dk




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Thanks Chatleen, pdas and Dennism for sharing these pictures with us.
 
February 1, 2005: Prince Frederik and Princess Mark visit the New York Public Library

Must say not a fan of Mary's dress today. That particular shade of green doesn't do anything for her, and the shoes (again not a fan of crocodile skin) didn't quite go with the rest of the ensemble.
 

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Mary and Frederik's Fairy Tale Visit to the Big Apple

Hello Magazine


The heir to the Danish crown, Frederik and his wife Mary have taken New York by storm during a week-long stay in the City That Never Sleeps. The couple, who began their trip late last week quietly visiting the Big Apple, resumed their royal duties Sunday as they inaugurated the official Hans Christian Anderson Exhibition at Scandinavia House in the heart of the city.

Elegant Mary was presented with a bouquet of flowers by her hosts before visiting a series of rooms inspired by fairy tales by the beloved Danish author. After the tour she also took time to meet with young children who were visiting the exhibit, and took part in a discussion about the author's works.

With the towering silhouette of the Empire State building behind them, Mary and Frederik took a walking tour of the city, discovering the snowy winter streets of Brooklyn and strolling down the banks of the East River. As part of their official duties, the royal couple will visit such New York city landmarks as the Museum of Modern Art and the United Nations building.

The crown prince and princess are visiting New York to help kick off this year's bicentennial of the birth of Hans Christian Andersen – the prolific writer who penned several hundred classic children's stories including The Little Mermaid and The Ugly Duckling.
 
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More pics from the visit to the Seamen's Church, Scandinavia house and MOMA.

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kate14 said:
Thanks PDAS:)

You're most welcome, Kate14

Here are more pics from the visit to the New York Public Library
 

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Pictures from The Hans Christian Andersen School in Harlem

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1) Polfoto 01-02-2005 Principal Donna Brewster, far left, greet Denmark's Crown Princess Mary, second from left, and Crown Prince Frederik, center, arrive for a royal visit to Harlem's Hans Christian Anderson School in New York, Tuesday Feb. 1, 2005. (AP Photo/Bebeto Matthews)

2+4) Polfoto 01-02-2005 Crown Prince Fredrick of Denmark, right, and his wife Princess Mary read to children at the Hans Christian Andersen School Complex in Harlem in New York Tuesday, Feb. 1, 2005. The Royals are in New York to celebrate the Bicentennial of Hans Christian Andersen. (AP Photo/Pool, Timothy A. Clary)

3) Polfoto 01-02-2005 Denmark's Crown Princess Mary, right, joins Crown Prince Frederik, second from left, in congratulating third grader Regan Walker, 8, after she won a storytelling contest during their royal visit to Harlem's Hans Christian Anderson School in New York, Tuesday Feb. 1, 2005. Walker received a trip to Denmark with her family as a grand prize. (AP Photo/Bebeto Matthews)

5) Polfoto 01-02-2005 Denmark's Crown Prince Frederik congratulate third grader Regan Walker, 8, after she won a storytelling contest during his royal visit with Crown Princess Mary to Harlem's Hans Christian Anderson School in New York, Tuesday Feb. 1, 2005. Prince awarded Walker a trip to Denmark with her family as a grand prize. (AP Photo/Bebeto Matthews)

6) Polfoto 01-02-2005 Damani Cole, 5, far left, a kindergarten student, prepare to listen with his class, during a visit of Denmark's Crown Prince Frederik, far right, and Crown Princess Mary, second from right, to Harlem's Hans Christian Anderson School in New York, Tuesday Feb. 1, 2005. Princess Mary read the "Ugly Duckling" by Hans Christian Anderson. (AP Photo/Bebeto Matthews, Pool)
 

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More pictures from New York Public Library

1) Polfoto 01-02-2005 Danish Crown Prince Frederik, left, and Crown Princess Mary, center, follow an escort into the New York Public Library for an appearance commemorating the bicentennial of Denmark's famous fairy tale writer Hans Christian Andersen, Tuesday, Feb. 1, 2005, in New York. (AP Photo/Kathy Willens)

2) Polfoto 01-02-2005 Danish Crown Prince Frederik, left, and Crown Princess Mary greet Professor Harold Bloom, (back to camera) after presenting him with the Odense city Hans Christian Andersen Award for 2005, Tuesday, Feb. 1, 2005, at the New York Pulbic Library, in New York. The Danish royal couple are in the United States to commemorate the bicentennial of Hans Christian Andersen, Denmark's famous fairy tale writer. (AP Photo/Kathy Willens)

3) Polfoto 01-02-2005 Danish Crown Princess Mary, left, and Crown Prince Frederik, turn to have a look as distinguished members of the audience are introduced, Tuesday, Feb. 1, 2005, at the New York Public Library, during a description of global events surrounding Hans Christian Anderson's bicentenary. The Danish Royal couple are in the United States to commemorate the Danish author. (AP Photo/Kathy Willens)
 

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pdas1201 said:
Must say not a fan of Mary's dress today. That particular shade of green doesn't do anything for her, and the shoes (again not a fan of crocodile skin) didn't quite go with the rest of the ensemble.

I must say, I love the Green dress, while I could do without the black stockings in the crocodile skin shoes. I would say though, that it is hard to get a proper look at the dress on the pictures - the shade changes due to the lightning. I saw a clip of the couple in the news, and I think, the dress looked a bit darker than on these stills.
 
I kind of like the green suit, the colour differs in the pictures, but the brown hose and snake skin shoes is a bit of an eye sore
 
I love Mary's green suit and I think the shoes are divine but I think she should have chosen lower denier stockings. They would have looked far more elegant.
 
Great pictures! Both CP Frederick and CP Mary seem to be enjoying themselves on this trip. I have been to the public library in NYC, and it is absolutley beautiful. Afterall, it was built by the Rockafellers. Very lucky children to have the Crown Prince couple read them fairy tales.

Another great outfit from Mary. Her makeup and hair have been especially good on this trip. CP Frederick has been looking good too,..I like all of the coloured cordinated shirts and ties he has been wearing. Now that he is married he seems to have suddenly got a lot better loooking..lol
 
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I quite like the outfit but what's with the opaque stockings? I think sheer are more elegant.
 
I like Pink coats and green dresses by verus Australia?

Sara Boyce
 
Chatleen said:
I must say, I love the Green dress, while I could do without the black stockings in the crocodile skin shoes. I would say though, that it is hard to get a proper look at the dress on the pictures - the shade changes due to the lightning. I saw a clip of the couple in the news, and I think, the dress looked a bit darker than on these stills.


I agree...those shoes are hideous.
 
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