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 on: Today at 02:01:30 PM 
Started by Principessa - Last post by Principessa

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 on: Today at 02:00:51 PM 
Started by Thistle - Last post by Principessa
The Queen of the Belgians and her lady-in-waiting (for a non-royal watcher  )


OMG, could Le Mare be any more of a mess than she is right now?  So very discordant imo Yikes Clown  Love it Elissa    Star

Mosh's scarf looks like a big napkin people tie around their neck in steak houses.  Secret

Daily mail title: "Crown Princess Mary brightens up the room in a stunning maroon get-up as she visits a school with Queen Mathilde of Belgium"

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 on: Today at 01:59:14 PM 
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 on: Today at 01:58:34 PM 
Started by Rearden - Last post by Principessa

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 on: Today at 01:57:27 PM 
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 on: Today at 01:56:56 PM 
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 on: Today at 01:50:13 PM 
Started by Thistle - Last post by Maria
When I said earlier in the thread that Margarethe was clinging on and on-what I meant was that she was refusing to consider abdicating-despite the "retirement " of Henrik and her own seemingly increasing fraility.What I would wish for her is the sort of honourable retirement that Beatrix seems to be enjoying.

I know there is no precedent for this in Denmark, but there was no precedent for Margarethe to become Queen in the first place under male primogeniture--yet the change was made.This change could be made too.

I honestly cannot see what is homourable about breaking a 1000 year tradition (again - literally a 1000 years!) because her grumpy, non-supportive husband poutingly has gone awol and is refusing to do his duty because she won't name him king.
Marge becoming the regent was a big step for equality in Denmark - her abdicating to soothe her idiot husband would be a gigantic step back. Also her name is Margrethe the 2nd for a reason - we had a Queen Margrethe who united Scandinavia in the 14th century so yes, there's precedent for a female regent in Denmark.

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 on: Today at 01:46:55 PM 
Started by PeDe - Last post by Purple
I like her simple casual shirt in the message about bullying.  That's the way she should always do it.

I've always been surprised that she's supported this anti-bullying campaign.  Is it a sign of atonement?  Roll Eyes

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 on: Today at 01:34:27 PM 
Started by Thistle - Last post by Purple
:star:purple, i agree, marge keeps the power and fred and mary have to work.work...more or less.

this state visit didn't have many highlights,fashionably speaking,but it didn't have major fashion blunders either so  Thumb up

mathilde's handwriting is quite juvenile, maybe a graphologist could read between the lines and find out something juicy?? who knows. in anycase, viva denmark,viva belgique.

Grazie Dolcezza!

I can't fault her there as she was not writing on a regular paper with a regular pen but in fact trying to scratch a greeting and her signature on a glass (window pane) with a sharp stick (it used to be diamond, not sure what they use now). It roughly equals trying to come up with an intelligible signature on one of those electronic devices that delivery guys from UPS and DHL for example make you use when you need to sign for a packet.

I hate those  Snare.  I don't bother to sign anymore but just put a squiggly line .... It's what's in the box when they hand it over that's important! 

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 on: Today at 01:28:24 PM 
Started by Thistle - Last post by Suzerain
:star:purple, i agree, marge keeps the power and fred and mary have to work.work...more or less.

this state visit didn't have many highlights,fashionably speaking,but it didn't have major fashion blunders either so  Thumb up

mathilde's handwriting is quite juvenile, maybe a graphologist could read between the lines and find out something juicy?? who knows. in anycase, viva denmark,viva belgique.

I can't fault her there as she was not writing on a regular paper with a regular pen but in fact trying to scratch a greeting and her signature on a glass (window pane) with a sharp stick (it used to be diamond, not sure what they use now). It roughly equals trying to come up with an intelligible signature on one of those electronic devices that delivery guys from UPS and DHL for example make you use when you need to sign for a packet.

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