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« Reply #240 on: September 04, 2011, 08:53:05 am »

I have never noticed her camera hogging ways until now!!  sly  People in this forum also agree..but whatever it was a celebration I guess having twins does not happen everyday!
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and grinning at the cameras at 23 just my observation

OR when she's out in public http://cdn.babyrazzi.com/wp-content/uploads/2008/09/sep4royal7opt.jpg
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« Reply #241 on: September 07, 2011, 04:35:08 am »

Well those two examples are times when she is supposed to put her best face forward. Royals are supposed to be happy in public... not shying away from the camera's. It becomes evident that someone is camera hungry is when they are supposed to be private moments and the person can't help but mug for the camera.

Take these pics of Kate:
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« Reply #242 on: September 07, 2011, 01:29:10 pm »


she was much happier, healthier and prettier than now hall-whistle
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« Reply #243 on: November 23, 2011, 07:22:32 pm »

Crown-Prince Couple makes Denmark Green Down Under

Published 20.11.11 pm. 08:00

Frederik and Mary begins Sunday a week-long official visit to Australia.

Crown Prince Frederik and Crown Princess Mary opens Sunday their weeklong official visit to Australia.

The couple is in the next seven days in the lead, when Australians will experience Denmark as a green and climate friendly nation.

50 companies joining

Nearly 50 companies joins to promote Denmark under the headline "State of Green" to draw attention to the Danish expertise in green energy and technology.

- Australia is a land of great wealth already and it also has a good growth.

- And so is the export drive of course also interesting for Danish companies because it is the first time the royal couple travel down there with a business delegation, said director of Danish Industries Thomas Bustrup Ritzau.

Three cities

The official part of the visit will extend over three cities.

Frederik and Mary spend the first few days in Sydney. Tuesday morning we head to Canberra city government, and here the pair including exchanging handshakes with Australian Prime Minister, Julia Gillard.

The last part takes place in Melbourne, before Crown Prince Frederik fly to Vietnam where he and a business delegation to participate in the celebration of 40-anniversary of the establishment of diplomatic relations between Denmark and Vietnam.

Crown Princess Mary will be meanwhile in Australia together with the 10-month-old twins, Vincent and Josephine, who is also on the whole trip.

Family Visit

When Frederick first December return from Vietnam, it is envisaged that the family continues to Tasmania, Crown Princess' native island.

Here, they visit Mary's family and home town of Hobart, and it will be in the company of the two eldest children, Prince Christian and Princess Isabella, who until then, stay in Denmark in order to fit their school and kindergarten.

It is the second time royal couple's official visit to Australia, but they've been there several times on a more private way to visit Mary's family and friends.

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jp.dk/blitz/kongelige/article2612983.ece

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CP Mary buys a hot dog, promotes sculptures by the Sea
www.bt.dk/kendte/se-billederne-mary-tog-et-smut-i-poelsevognen

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news.ninemsn.com.au/national/8376898/pri...s-nine-news-reporter

Program for the Royal couple's official visit to Australia in November 2011
Sunday 20 November 2011
Sydney

The Crown Prince Couples program
Sculpture by the Sea
11.00
The Royal Couple will visit the art exhibition, Sculpture by the Sea at Bondi Beach. The exhibition is located on a 2 km long coastline and consists of more than 100 sculptures made by Australian, Danish and foreign artists.

Opening of "curating Cities: Sydney-Copenhagen"
13.00
The Crown Prince and Princess to attend opening of the innovative art project "curating Cities: Sydney-Copenhagen" in the Customs House, which shows how creative approaches can be used in developing sustainable urban areas. The project involves Australian and Danish artists with a number of works presenting solutions to reducing CO2 in green environments.

BBQ with business delegation
14.40
The Prince Couple participate in a BBQ with the Danish business delegation and Australian business representatives at the Naval Museum, the Garden Island.

Meeting with Australian Governor-General
16.30
The Prince Couple participate in a meeting with Australian Governor-General, HE Quentin Bryce and H.E. Michael Bryce in Admiralty.

Dinner with Australian Governor-General
19.00
The Prince Couple participate in the official dinner with the Australian Governor-General, HE Quentin Bryce.

Monday 21 November 2011
Sydney

The Crown Prince couples program
Official opening of the "State of Green - Join the Future. Think Denmark "in Sydney
9.15
The Crown Prince Couple opens the Danish export and cultural campaigns "State of Green - Join the Future. Think Denmark "at the Hotel Sofitel.

Meeting with New South Wales Prime Minister
9.45
The Crown Prince Couple participate in the meeting with Barry Robert O'Farrell, Prime Minister of the State of New South Wales.

Participation in export promotion
10.15
To mark the campaign participates Royal Couple in selected business support events at the Hotel Sofitel, including the Danish Agricultural and Food Council presentation of Danish cuisine with the Danish Chef Rasmus Kofoed.

Lunch with business delegation and Australian business representatives
12.40
The Crown Prince Couple participate in lunch at the Hotel Sofitel in the Danish business delegation from the "State of Green - Join the Future. Think Denmark "and representatives from the participating Australian companies.
The Crown Prince will in this connection give the Danish Export Association's diploma and His Royal Highness Prince Henrik's Medal of Honour to the company PowerSense A / S.

Meeting with Governor of New South Wales
14.10
The Crown Prince Couple participate in a meeting with Governor of the State of New South Wales, HE Professor Marie Bashir and H.E. Sir Nicholas Shehadie in the governor's residence.

H.K.H. Crown Prince's program
Visit the Grundfos at Darling Quarter, Commonwealth Bank Building
14.55
The Crown Prince visits the Darling Quarter, Commonwealth Bank Building, where Grundfos' energy efficient pump solutions in the building demonstrated.

Demonstration of communication by the Australian navy's special forces
15.45
The Crown Prince participates in demonstration of Termas newly developed maritime communications C-Raid with the Australian special forces.

H.K.H. Crown Princess program
Visit at Westmead Cancer Care Centre
15.20
The Crown Princess visits the Westmead Cancer Care Centre and reveals plaque-naming of the center.

The Crown Prince Couples program
Dinner with business delegation
18.55
The Crown Prince Couple participate in dinner with business delegation and Australian business representatives at Dolton House.

Tuesday 22 November 2011
Canberra

The Crown Princess program
Arrival
10.15
The Crown Prince arrives at Canberra Airport. Inspection of the Honour Guard.

Meeting and lunch with Prime Minister Julia Gillard
11.30
The Crown Prince Couple participate in a meeting with Australian Prime Minister Julia Gillard followed by lunch in the House.

Meeting with Parliament's opposition leader
13.30
The Crown Prince Couple participate in the meeting with the leader of the opposition in the House of Representatives in the Australian Parliament, Tony Abbott.

Australian - Denmark Green Growth Seminar
14.00
The Crown Prince attends the opening of "The Australian - Denmark Green Growth Forum Seminar" in Parliament, where Danish and Australian business leaders to discuss investment opportunities in renewable energy and new initiatives to reduce greenhouse gases.

Visit the National Gallery of Australia
14.30
The Crown Prince visits the art exhibition "Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander" in the National Gallery of Australia

Visit the National Portrait Gallery
15.15
The Crown Prince visits exhibition at the National Portrait Gallery exhibition of Jiawei Shen's portrait of The Crown Princess.

Visit the National Arboretum Canberra
15.30
The Crown Prince Couple visits the National Arboretum Canberra and planting a tree.

Wreath Laying
16.25
The Crown Prince Couple at the memorial Australian War Memorial.

Wednesday 23 November 2011
Melbourne

Crown Princess program
Opening of "State of Green - Join the Future. Think Denmark "in Melbourne
9.15
The Crown Prince and Princess to attend opening of cultural and business promotion event "State of Green - Join the Future. Think Denmark "at the Hotel Sofitel.

Participation in export promotion
10.15
To mark the campaign participates Royal Couple in selected business support events at the Hotel Sofitel, including the Danish Agricultural and Food Council presentation of Danish cuisine with the Danish Chef Rasmus Kofoed.

Lunch with business delegation
12.40
The Crown Prince Couple participate in lunch at the Hotel Sofitel in the Danish business delegation from the "State of Green - Join the Future. Think Denmark "and representatives from the participating Australian companies.

Visit to Denmark House
14.30
The Crown Prince visits at Denmark House, which presents Danish design, art, film, literature, music and gastronomy. Denmark House was founded in 2009 by the Danish club and is home to the Danish School in Melbourne, the Danish Club Dannebrog Dannebrog and Foundation. During the visit there will be a presentation by Dr. Greta Hort Scholarship Dannebrog.

Opening of Corporate Culture showroom
15.25
The Crown Prince participates in opening of design furniture company Corporate Cultures showroom where Danish design in furniture and lighting for the Australian market.
The Crown Prince gives in this connection the Danish Export Association's diploma and His Royal Highness Prince Henrik's Medal of Honour to the company Corporate Cultures.

Dinner with business delegation
19.00
The Crown Prince Couple participate in dinner with business delegation and Australian business representatives at Peninsula, Docklands.

Thursday 24 November 2011
Melbourne

H.K.H. Crown Prince's program
Visit the George Weston Foods
10.10
The Crown Prince visits by George Weston Foods, one of Australia and New Zealand's largest food companies. During the visit there will be a guided tour and presentation of technologically advanced equipment developed by Danish companies like George Weston Foods include used for processing of Danish pork.

H.K.H. Crown Princess program
Visit at Pakenham Springs Primary School
10.00
The Crown Princess visits the school Pakenham Springs Primary School, which focuses on environmentally friendly surroundings and with solutions from a Danish company has created a healthy climate.

Disclosure of campaign SunSmart Summer 2011
11.45
The Crown Princess participates in the publication of campaign SunSmart Summer 2011 in the House of charity Cancer Council Victoria, who has worked with include Cancer Society for research into cancer and raising awareness.

Crown Princess program
Reception at LEO Pharma
14.00
To celebrate the opening of LEO Pharma Pharmaceuticals in Australia participating royal couple in reception at the Town Hall in Melbourne.

Lego competition "Build the Change"
14.45
The Crown Prince visits Artplay where LEGO Contest "Build the Change" takes place.

Naming tug
15.30
The Prince Couple participate in the naming ceremony, and the Crown Princess makes naming tug SVITZER Marysville in Melbourne harbor.

Gala Dinner
19.00
Prince Couple participate in the gala dinner at Danfoss with Danish and Australian business representatives at Restaurant Zinc.

Friday the 25th November 2011

H.K.H. Crown Prince's program
Visit the Macarthur Wind Farm
10.40
The Crown Prince visits the wind farm Macarthur Wind Farm in the southwest of the State of Victoria, by more than 140 Danish wind turbines will be the largest wind farm in the southern hemisphere.

H.K.H. Crown Princess program
Visit the Royal Flying Doctor Service
10.20
The Crown Princess will visit the Royal Flying Doctor Service in Broken Hill, New South Wales, to hear about the organization of medical care and health services in remote regions of Australia. The visit has a special focus on women and child health.
Crown Princess program

Reception with the Governor of Victoria
16.55
The Crown Prince Couple participate in an official reception with the Governor of Victoria, HE Alex Chernov, the governor's residence.

Saturday the 26th November 2011

Crown Princess program
Alannah and Madeline Foundation's presentation of eSmart System
12.30
As patron of the Australian charity Alannah and Madeline Foundation participates Crown Princess with Crown Prince at a lunch with business leaders from Australia and chairman of the fund. Alannah and Madeline Foundation works to ensure that children have a safe and happy childhood without violence. The meeting will focus on bullying on the Internet and fund development of the system eSmart to strengthen child safety on the Internet.

Charity event Starry Starry Night
19.20
The Crown Prince Couple participate in the Alannah and Madeline Foundation's charity event
Starry Starry Night at the Crown Casino.

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« Reply #244 on: November 23, 2011, 07:42:49 pm »

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I like her choice of clothes this time, not like in NY!
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« Reply #245 on: November 23, 2011, 08:16:12 pm »

The Crown Prince Couple has now arrived in Melbourne. At the same time urges fashionistas Mary to spice up her wardrobe.
 
The Crown Prince Couple began Wednesday morning local time, their visit to Melbourne, where Mary and Frederik are staying until Sunday at their tour of the Crown Princess' homeland.

Mary is very familiar with the second largest city Down Under. In the late 1990s she worked for an advertising firm in Melbourne, as the popular royal couple last visited in 2008.

Mary and Frederik on quick visit in Canberra

Mary and Frederik participated in a campaign for Danish industry, but before that Mary received the obligatory bouquet of flowers from a seven-year girl.

- Hi Crown Prince Frederik and Crown Princess Mary. The flowers are for you, it sounded from Catherine Babie, who had come all the way from Adelaide with her mother for the short session, according to ABC Melbourne.

Catherine told Mary that she was born the day before, Mary and Frederik were married.

The Crown Prince then went on with the program and spoke warmly to local businessmen about opportunities in renewable energy.

- We are here to promote the strong commercial links between Australia and Denmark in areas where we have common interests as clean energy and food technology, he said.

Later, Mary participated in a campaign for Danish food assisted by star chef Rasmus Kofoed.

The couple arrived in Melbourne from Canberra, and when the dust had settled after the nice visit newspaper Canberra Times talked with people from the fashion industry who would like to spice up Marys wardrobe with a little more colorful blankets.

All do, however, agree that Mary dress very elegant and suitable for a royal.

"Endless elegance, but not very Aussie," reads the headline of the article.

- Canberra fashionistas admire Mary for her infinite grace, but a little more color and maybe some Australian designed clothing would also dress her, writes the newspaper.

- She is pretty conservative in her clothing and is still very much the classic princess. She sticks to classic, ladylike clothes that never go out of fashion, fashion expert says Viktoria Novak.

Wednesday evening Mary and Frederik participates at a dinner with representatives from Danish and Australian businesses.

http://www.b.dk/globalt/modefolk-vil-have-mere-kuloer-paa-mary
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« Reply #246 on: November 24, 2011, 06:28:25 pm »

Two passionated balletdancers has gathered several world stars to a benefit show for UNICEF at the Royal Theatre.

National tv2 caught Countess Alexandra on the red carpet and she told about the good cause.

Video.

http://nyhederne.tv2.dk/article.php/id-45599132:grevinde-alexandra-til-ballet-med-dronningen.html
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« Reply #247 on: November 27, 2011, 05:35:47 pm »


Crown Prince bikes for Danish industry in Vietnam
 
 Published 27.11.11 pm. 16:12
 
 Crown Prince Frederik has a tight program for Danish green exports in Vietnam.

 The four-day visit is part of a business promotion of export of Danish green energy on the occasion of 40 anniversary of establishment of diplomatic relations between Denmark and Vietnam, and there await the Crown Prince a fast-paced program.
 
 The visit coincides with Vietnam's first week of climate where among other things there will be focus on Denmark as a cycling nation and held competitions for solar powered cars.
 
 Culture on the program

 The crown prince will include cycling around the Hoan Kiem lake together with the Vietnamese Minister of the Environment Hguyen Minh Quang, visiting various projects on green energy and growth in the joint Vietnamese-Danish forum.
 
 Also the culture is on the agenda when Crown Prince Frederk Tuesday evening is to attend a Bournonville ballet at the Opera House in Hanoi.
 
 The next day the Crown Prince get the opportunity to attend a badminton match between Danish Peter Gade and Tien Minh Nguyen, who is one of Vietnam's top badminton players.
 
 Crown Prince arrives Sunday for Ho Chi Minh from his visit to Australia. Later he flies to Hanoi, where the tight program begins Monday morning.
 
 Minister on the trip

 With the Danish green business promotion are also trade and investment minister Pia Olsen Dyhr (SF).
 
 - Vietnam's electricity consumption is increasing nearly 13 percent annually while the population and businesses are experiencing periodic blackouts. Energy demand will triple by 2030, says Pia Olsen Dyhr and continues:
 
 - Vietnam has a great need to get started in renewable energy solutions and energy saving technologies, she says.
 
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http://epn.dk/samfund/article2619877.ece
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« Reply #248 on: December 01, 2011, 05:13:42 pm »

CP Frederik does his for danish export in Vietnam.

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« Reply #249 on: December 08, 2011, 07:54:48 pm »

Buy an apartment in villa next to Countess Alexandra. Price is 4.000.000 kr. that must be something around 2.000.000 pund perhaps.

Picture of the villa on sale.
http://lokalavisen.dk/nu-kan-du-blive-grevinde-alexandras-nye-nabo-/20111208/artikler/111209322?ref=pollisterseneste
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« Reply #250 on: December 12, 2011, 06:02:35 pm »

The Exclusive interview with CP Mary appears in Anna von Lowzows broadcast on DR, "The royal jewels" which tells about jewels from their origins in France and Russia, and now in the Danish and Swedish royal families.

Anna von Lowzow is a noblewoman by birth and has married into one of the oldest families.

Video first part. The voice over is in danish but the interview is in english and french as it is a programme to be broadcast in a number of countries.
http://www.dr.dk/nu/?t

 I have it only on loan, says Crown Princess Mary about the unique ruby set she wore at the celebration  before her wedding. The ruby set is 200 years old and irreplaceable.

Overwhelmed and moved and very, very happy. Such was the emotion that poured in on Mary, as she just days before her wedding to Crown Prince Frederik was wearing the unique, rare and extremely costly ruby set, which had previously been worn by Queen Ingrid.

Mary, who was an ordinary girl from Australia, until she got engaged and married to Frederik, hardly knew what to say when she received the world famous jewels.

- When I got the ruby ​​set from my husband and my future mother in law, I was very overwhelmed. I had never seen such a jewelery before. And for me, as a newcomer in the royal family, thinking that I should wear it - it was an overwhelming thought.

So sweet and straight forward says Princess Mary about the most beautiful gemstones in her jewelry box: The Ruby set, which she first wore, slightly nervous and very excited, some days before her wedding.

The Exclusive interview with Mary appears in Anna von Lowzows broadcast on DR, "The royal jewels" which tells about jewels from their origins in France and Russia, and now in the Danish and Swedish royal families.

The show is a unique insight into the royal jewelry and besides Mary tells Queen Margrethe, Prince Henrik, Queen Silvia and Princess Benedikte about the jewels.

One can sense that Crown Princess Mary knows a lot about the unique jewelry and their background. She had not the energy to think about the first time she wore them four days before her wedding.

- The first night I wore ruby ​​set, there was so much new, so very overwhelming for me. It was not only the jewels, it was the importance of the entire event, the entire time I was through. It was also the dress - I had never worn such a dress before.

Both Queen Margrethe and Queen Silvia are telling about their most precious jewels.

http://www.billedbladet.dk/Kongelige/ArticleFolder/2011/12/Mary%20om%20Ingrids%20rubiner%20jeg%20blev%20overvaeldet.aspx
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« Reply #251 on: December 14, 2011, 11:20:35 pm »

HC, I could not find the video...this one is starting with a strange tale...Should I wait a bit after the tale to see the documentary ?  thankyou

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« Reply #252 on: December 15, 2011, 06:52:47 pm »

Hi Mada
The video was put on archive.

I hope it is here
http://www.dr.dk/nu/player/#/de-kongelige-juveler/25394

And I also found Anna von Lowzows program the series' A royal family "
http://www.dr.dk/nu/player/#/kongehuset-indefra/8592
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« Reply #253 on: December 23, 2011, 03:27:24 am »

KF, I am aware of royalty living in Australia, but I always thought they went there to go "under the radar".
What is Australian society life like?
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« Reply #254 on: December 23, 2011, 09:23:17 pm »

Usually they apparently do, just as many go to the US to live under the radar and end up being as discreet as you can think. As for Aussie society, apparently there are two spheres: the flashier socialites congregate in Sydney and the more sedate socialites congregate in Melbourne. Sometimes, like Kate, Mary seems to enjoy running around Australia and flaunting her new status, as does Kate in London. It's not about marriage and a new life, it's about some form of social revenge. A "looker me" tour and lifestyle is what Mary is merrily leading.

As for a possible split, it will only happen since Frederick is apparently disillusioned wiht how Mary has turned out. She has pretty much turned from the woman he fell in love with to the type of woman he didn't wnat ot marry. He didn't marry Mary because she was posh, but because she was earthy and vivacious. Now she apparently looks and acts like the womne of society, but if he had wanted such, he owuld have married the real thing.
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« Reply #255 on: December 26, 2011, 06:17:20 pm »

Queen Margrethe and Prince Christian hand in hand to church at christmas eve, along with the rest of the royal family.

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« Reply #256 on: December 26, 2011, 06:25:41 pm »

Crown Princess Mary has been very active and courageous putting the spotlight on inssues that are sensible in Denmark. Issues like domestic violence, bullying amongst children and refugees.

In these activities I do recognise a woman spending her time in the same spirit as Crown Prince Frederik.
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« Reply #257 on: December 26, 2011, 10:18:51 pm »

Isabella is a complete cutie. So all the family was together for Christmas?
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« Reply #258 on: December 26, 2011, 10:39:14 pm »

Lovely pic's  easter-wink thumbsup
Although I'm slightly peeved by Queen Margaret's jacket, I bet it's real fur... bignono
I'm still ok with a small furry hat or a collar but a whole long jacket!  thumbsdown
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« Reply #259 on: December 27, 2011, 01:38:19 pm »

Fur coat is a big no no in my book as well.

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