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« on: September 09, 2021, 11:10:00 PM »

September 7
Mary differs markedly from Margrethe





Crown Princess Mary steps out of the big black Mercedes. With pointed stilettos almost, she rolls over towards the red carpet, which for the occasion is green, and greets the mayor of Milan, Guisippe Sala, and the Italian style icon Rossana Orlandi.

As she walks, she looks up. Stops. And look directly into the cameras' large lenses. The right image can get her coverage in magazines and journals and on social media around the world.

One shot. Millions of clicks.

Queen Margrethe would never have done that. She only shows up and smiles into the camera when absolutely necessary, and very rarely thinks the press into her work. Pictures and red carpets are not what Queen Margrethe is interested in when she is out representing the Royal House and Denmark abroad.





When I recently traveled with Queen Margrethe in the Faroe Islands, she said dryly during a photoshoot in a small village:

- "Then I guess I'm not more fun to watch either."

The Queen represents the old royal house and the Denmark of the past, where members of the Royal House should not behave like Hollywood stars.

But this is not how the piano will play in 2021. Crown Princess Mary has for years been hailed as one of the best-dressed royals in the entire world. She has been on the cover of Vogue and all the other glossy magazines of the world, and she has a steady following of fans who botanize in everything she wears.





Crown Princess Mary has built a brand most reminiscent of an American Hollywood star like Angelina Jolie or Leonardo DiCaprio, who throws herself into philanthropic projects such as climate, sustainability, women's rights, LGBT rights, and other softer social agendas. that's up in time.

There are advantages and disadvantages to both the old royal house, which Queen Margrethe represents and the new royal house, which the Crown Prince Couple stands for.

The old royal house was more harmless. The Queen's projects with needlework, art, and ballet do not offend anyone, and on the other hand, it may not draw many headlines. WE have seen that the Queen can make costumes and scenographies, and it is gradually the few who really faint over Queen Margrethe's embroideries. There are hardly any young people who make a pilgrimage to the exhibition at Koldinghus to see Her Majesty's works.

On the other hand, there are many more who follow the life of Crown Princess Mary. They are reflected in her philanthropic projects, and when she recently took up the LGBT cause, she also reached out to the young, more royal-critical voices on the left. At the same time, she has thrown herself into the climate fight as another adult version of Greta Thunberg.





I think we need to be proud of our children and the demands they make on us as adults. This is a serious problem, and we must do something about it, "said the Crown Princess the other day in Milan.

It is wise because that is where the Danes of the future are. However, there is a danger that the Crown Princess will lose the more right-wing Danes who think she is going too far. But Crown Princess Mary just has a longer leash on the right-wing because these voters in great style already love the Royal House.

The danger with the Crown Princess' project is that she will always be criticized for hypocrisy and double standards - because it is difficult to be a sustainable climate warrior when you represent an organization that is certainly not known for being sustainable. The Crown Princess must remember that there must be action behind the philanthropic words. We would like to hear more about how the Royal House should become a more sustainable organization. Should the Royal Ship be scrapped? Do you want to take the train instead of the plane? And will the Crown Princess recycle more clothes in the future?





So far, we have not received specific suggestions on what the Crown Princess herself will do.

These questions have never struck Queen Margrethe because she stayed away from these topics. But when the Crown Princess climbs so high into the value-political tree in her Louboutin stilettos, there is a long way to go if she falls down.

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« Reply #1 on: September 09, 2021, 11:14:26 PM »

Pure.  Gold.
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« Reply #2 on: September 09, 2021, 11:16:35 PM »


It gets better, Dio  Spiteful
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« Reply #3 on: September 09, 2021, 11:17:00 PM »

September 8
Princess Mary in an interview: The Royal House must change




rown Princess Mary now directly says that the Royal House must change so that the organization is better equipped for a more sustainable future.

This happens in an interview with BT in Milan, where the Crown Princess has been taken down to create a focus on more sustainable business. For two days, Crown Princess Mary has visited Danish companies that have presented green solutions during Milan Design Week.

Crown Princess Mary, yesterday you spoke about the future being more sustainable. I would like to ask you if there are things within your own organization, in the Royal House, that perhaps you could start switching to more sustainable solutions right now?

- "That's a good question. Because, as I said to you yesterday: in line with the green transition and the necessity and the challenges we face, we all need to look inwards into our organizations and see where we can make a difference and create an impact and make some changes. Also our own behavior", says Crown Princess Mary.

But are there any things that you could already say - for example, flights that you could make more environmentally friendly?

- "All those things you think about now more than you did before", says Crown Princess Mary.

BT asks her the questions because she has been so involved in the climate crisis and because the Royal House is not the most sustainable organization. The Royal House is known for using helicopters and planes - and the old Krone cars run very little on the liter. In addition, large castles are expensive to heat, and the Royal Ship 'Dannebrog' is not a particularly environmentally friendly ship either.

The Crown Princess' own clothes also came under critical scrutiny when the fashion blog UFO No More in 2018 published a statement of European royals' clothing consumption. Crown Princess Mary came in second just after Duchess Meghan.

The site's fashion experts reviewed the value of 1,663 pieces of clothing, bags, and shoes that European princesses from Denmark, Norway, Sweden, Spain, and the UK have shown during the year.

Crown Princess Mary spent 736,000 kroner on clothes, and according to the blog, she has debuted in 170 pieces of clothing and accessories in 2018 with an average price of 7,300 kroner.





But if one is to believe the Crown Princess' words, she and the Royal House are now also facing a new era. What concrete things they want to change, however, the Crown Princess can not answer yet.

- "In line with the green transition, I have become more aware of my own consumption. And the impact of my consumption. It is far from easy for us to live 100 percent sustainably. But every positive step counts", she said on Tuesday in Milan.

Crown Princess Mary has repeatedly criticized the industry for not having enough sustainable solutions ready for consumers. She repeated that criticism in Italy.

- "I look forward to the day when we as consumers get a wider range of sustainable products and solutions. So for example, only green energy is the source when I turn on the light switch. Or when I buy a piece of clothing that is sustainable. Or that waste is recycled and does not end up in a landfill", she said.


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« Reply #4 on: September 09, 2021, 11:23:46 PM »

Or ends up being sold at a profit to the princess goodness. What's the name of her own thrift shop? Silly goose.
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« Reply #5 on: September 09, 2021, 11:25:50 PM »

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« Reply #6 on: September 11, 2021, 12:19:12 AM »

Interesting comments she is making after *checks notes* takes a flight to Milan to see a fashion show. (I'm sure there were more diplomatic reasons for her travelling  Icecream )
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« Reply #7 on: September 11, 2021, 01:05:38 AM »

This dress with the panels is very nice.

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« Reply #8 on: September 11, 2021, 01:44:35 AM »

 She has always been camera whoring, talking big words, lecturing others without her own action from the very beginning of her royal life. The 'slow' Danes just start to see it now ?  Grin
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« Reply #9 on: September 11, 2021, 02:45:41 AM »

this is truly priceless!  i cannot believe it! mosh is finally seeing what it's like to be on the hot-seat and have to be accountable!  and this is
ever-so just a very thin slice of that world!!!!

can you just answer the damn question?Huh??!!!!! doesn't seem like mary wants to be sustainable or accountable!   Laugh bounce

and so fred slips through all of this...

what's funny too is when they talk about her glamour (ha!) and everything, and, in reality, all of those pictures of her are some of the most unflattering she's ever had taken!
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« Reply #10 on: September 11, 2021, 09:40:22 AM »

One major difference would also be that Margrethe is the reigning Queen and Mary will be the queen consort, dear Mary.

Ugh, I cannot with her
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« Reply #11 on: September 11, 2021, 02:01:52 PM »

Crown Princess Mary came in second just after Duchess Meghan.

Wow.  Mary is on that bandwagon.

Second to No Good.
Second to Bad.
Second to Ugly.
Just Second; Never First.
Second to the Bottom of the Barrel.
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« Reply #12 on: September 12, 2021, 12:11:55 AM »

Crown Princess Mary came in second just after Duchess Meghan.

Wow.  Mary is on that bandwagon.

Second to No Good.
Second to Bad.
Second to Ugly.
Just Second; Never First.
Second to the Bottom of the Barrel.



Hoooray, congrats, MEDiana!!!! you finally made it MWA  Beer

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« Reply #13 on: September 12, 2021, 02:26:52 PM »

Mares has just posted a selfie on the Danish Court's instagram about the royal run and how her family will be taking part. All well and good, until you notice she is on an aeroplane and the engine is in the background. What were those comments about living sustainably and being aware of environmental excesses, Mary?
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« Reply #14 on: September 12, 2021, 11:25:52 PM »

September 7
Mary differs markedly from Margrethe






Crown Princess Mary steps out of the big black Mercedes. With pointed stilettos almost, she rolls over towards the red carpet, which for the occasion is green, and greets the mayor of Milan, Guisippe Sala, and the Italian style icon Rossana Orlandi.

As she walks, she looks up. Stops. And look directly into the cameras' large lenses. The right image can get her coverage in magazines and journals and on social media around the world.

One shot. Millions of clicks.

Queen Margrethe would never have done that. She only shows up and smiles into the camera when absolutely necessary, and very rarely thinks the press into her work. Pictures and red carpets are not what Queen Margrethe is interested in when she is out representing the Royal House and Denmark abroad.





When I recently traveled with Queen Margrethe in the Faroe Islands, she said dryly during a photoshoot in a small village:

- "Then I guess I'm not more fun to watch either."

The Queen represents the old royal house and the Denmark of the past, where members of the Royal House should not behave like Hollywood stars.

But this is not how the piano will play in 2021. Crown Princess Mary has for years been hailed as one of the best-dressed royals in the entire world. She has been on the cover of Vogue and all the other glossy magazines of the world, and she has a steady following of fans who botanize in everything she wears.





Crown Princess Mary has built a brand most reminiscent of an American Hollywood star like Angelina Jolie or Leonardo DiCaprio, who throws herself into philanthropic projects such as climate, sustainability, women's rights, LGBT rights, and other softer social agendas. that's up in time.

There are advantages and disadvantages to both the old royal house, which Queen Margrethe represents and the new royal house, which the Crown Prince Couple stands for.

The old royal house was more harmless. The Queen's projects with needlework, art, and ballet do not offend anyone, and on the other hand, it may not draw many headlines. WE have seen that the Queen can make costumes and scenographies, and it is gradually the few who really faint over Queen Margrethe's embroideries. There are hardly any young people who make a pilgrimage to the exhibition at Koldinghus to see Her Majesty's works.

On the other hand, there are many more who follow the life of Crown Princess Mary. They are reflected in her philanthropic projects, and when she recently took up the LGBT cause, she also reached out to the young, more royal-critical voices on the left. At the same time, she has thrown herself into the climate fight as another adult version of Greta Thunberg.





I think we need to be proud of our children and the demands they make on us as adults. This is a serious problem, and we must do something about it, "said the Crown Princess the other day in Milan.

It is wise because that is where the Danes of the future are. However, there is a danger that the Crown Princess will lose the more right-wing Danes who think she is going too far. But Crown Princess Mary just has a longer leash on the right-wing because these voters in great style already love the Royal House.

The danger with the Crown Princess' project is that she will always be criticized for hypocrisy and double standards - because it is difficult to be a sustainable climate warrior when you represent an organization that is certainly not known for being sustainable. The Crown Princess must remember that there must be action behind the philanthropic words. We would like to hear more about how the Royal House should become a more sustainable organization. Should the Royal Ship be scrapped? Do you want to take the train instead of the plane? And will the Crown Princess recycle more clothes in the future?





So far, we have not received specific suggestions on what the Crown Princess herself will do.

These questions have never struck Queen Margrethe because she stayed away from these topics. But when the Crown Princess climbs so high into the value-political tree in her Louboutin stilettos, there is a long way to go if she falls down.


If I were a Crown Princess,  I will learn and take a note from Queen Margrethe, the true representation of what the Royal Family should do.
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