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« Reply #795 on: May 07, 2017, 08:55:12 AM »

^ Yes. She's one of the weirdest people I ever saw in my whole life. Her bullying of Fred, dislike of Isabella and her parents and siblings in-law and their children (only having kids to keep Joachim and his family away from the throne), fake abdication news about Marge, camera-whoring, weird behavior, abuse of the freebies she gets, makes her a hypocrite, vain, creep, jealous and a bully. If you take a closer look, she's one of the people unqualified to be crown princess, let alone a queen. She's the epitome of what a person shouldn't be, and one of the few people around the world that I dislike a lot.

Honestly, I used to like Mary when I heard about her and Fred's engagement back in 2003 (I wasn't a sugar, though). I was happy that he was finally settling down like his brother. I though she was going to be a fresh air for the DRF (Because of my suspicions of J&A's upcoming divorce). After they got married though, I figured Mary was acting weird and much later I discovered her bogan face. It was there all the time and I didn't saw it the first time I saw her (I usually discover people's real intentions when I interact with them or watch them closely, but it didn't happen with Mary due to the fact that I was really happy and that weakened my suspicions)

I have to admit - Nice one Mosh, you managed to trick me once, but thanks to you, I learned my lesson and you won't be able to do it again. -Love (#HateYou), JessDawn.

JessDawn ~ I was living in Australia during the rose colored glasses period right after Mary and Fred had had their much hyped fairy tale wedding. I was one of the many dupes who flocked to see the CP couple on their first royal visit and that is when I first noticed Mary's stand-offish behavior but I assumed it was due to the pressures of learning a difficult language and finding her role as a CP. Geez...was I wrong.

I think Mary initially fooled quite a number of people, but all the fancy dresses, jewels, crowns and nose in the air poses cannot hide her true nature.
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« Reply #796 on: May 07, 2017, 04:22:10 PM »


oldie, but goodie










Striking is the natural attitude/posture of Marie, while Mosh has a kind of fake (nose up in the sky) posture. That is how it comes across to me from these pictures.

I absolutely agree, Principessa. I have no doubt that Marie had been to the opera prior to marrying Joachim and probably enjoyed it. Of course I don't know that for certain, but Marie strikes me as someone who appreciates culture and the arts. If she were asked what her favorite poem was, I have a feeling that she would be able to come up with multiple examples of various poems/poets she loves and not have to fall back on "How do I love thee? Let me count the ways" like Mary did because she's probably never read a line of poetry in her life. Mosh strikes me as someone with no interest in poetry ... or opera or ballet or theater. If it doesn't involve shopping or camera-whoring, I don't think Mosh is interested.
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« Reply #797 on: May 07, 2017, 05:39:11 PM »

^ Yes. She's one of the weirdest people I ever saw in my whole life. Her bullying of Fred, dislike of Isabella and her parents and siblings in-law and their children (only having kids to keep Joachim and his family away from the throne), fake abdication news about Marge, camera-whoring, weird behavior, abuse of the freebies she gets, makes her a hypocrite, vain, creep, jealous and a bully. If you take a closer look, she's one of the people unqualified to be crown princess, let alone a queen. She's the epitome of what a person shouldn't be, and one of the few people around the world that I dislike a lot.

Honestly, I used to like Mary when I heard about her and Fred's engagement back in 2003 (I wasn't a sugar, though). I was happy that he was finally settling down like his brother. I though she was going to be a fresh air for the DRF (Because of my suspicions of J&A's upcoming divorce). After they got married though, I figured Mary was acting weird and much later I discovered her bogan face. It was there all the time and I didn't saw it the first time I saw her (I usually discover people's real intentions when I interact with them or watch them closely, but it didn't happen with Mary due to the fact that I was really happy and that weakened my suspicions)

I have to admit - Nice one Mosh, you managed to trick me once, but thanks to you, I learned my lesson and you won't be able to do it again. -Love (#HateYou), JessDawn.

JessDawn ~ I was living in Australia during the rose colored glasses period right after Mary and Fred had had their much hyped fairy tale wedding. I was one of the many dupes who flocked to see the CP couple on their first royal visit and that is when I first noticed Mary's stand-offish behavior but I assumed it was due to the pressures of learning a difficult language and finding her role as a CP. Geez...was I wrong.

I think Mary initially fooled quite a number of people, but all the fancy dresses, jewels, crowns and nose in the air poses cannot hide her true nature.

HollySummer!  Star I agree. I don't know how Mary managed to fool us all. Was it Starmakers that managed (but eventually failed) to make Mary a good-mannered princess? The Danish/Australian press? The sugars? Whatever it is, she already showed us her true colors and there's no turning back. One of the most obnoxious royals out there.

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« Reply #798 on: May 07, 2017, 08:25:46 PM »

I agree with those who think Henrik and Marie get along because Marie is nice and warm and comfortable in her skin while Mary is the opposite. Being French is icing on the cake but it's a tasty cake already. If Henrik and Marie actually did an interview together for the French press then that is impressive but maybe the cover of that magazine just implied an interview but it was really a profile of French people in the Danish royal family. Either way they really seem to like each other.
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« Reply #799 on: May 18, 2017, 02:37:17 PM »




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« Reply #800 on: May 18, 2017, 04:48:29 PM »






Very good comparison  serfie  Star
On this boat Isabella was installed on a baby seat for heaven's sake !  Ranting She would have drowned by sinking immediately had the boat capsized.
Some sugars even dared to say at that time 'But no, Mary is an extremely good swimmer, she would have saved her child !!!'  Ranting
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« Reply #801 on: May 18, 2017, 05:30:42 PM »

We know from the Aussie near-drowning scandal that Mary did not save Christian, and wasn't even aware he was about to drown until someone else alerted her!
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« Reply #802 on: May 18, 2017, 11:00:53 PM »

We know from the Aussie near-drowning scandal that Mary did not save Christian, and wasn't even aware he was about to drown until someone else alerted her!

She and Fred also didn't save Christian from getting smacked by tree branches when Fred was carrying him on his shoulders.
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« Reply #803 on: May 19, 2017, 09:19:46 PM »

Yes, that was IMO one of the funniest moments in RD history.

Here is what the sugars said:

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Yeah [...], we know you are outraged by all sorts of things Mary does. The only time you post comments here is to be critical of some petty thing or another. Mary has a Bronze Medallion from the Australian Surf Lifesaving Association (when she was 14) which means she is qualified to rescue and rescucitate people. She is a good swimmer. Mind you it is very doubtful she would take the risk she would have to do that with her children Wink Christian has been learning to swim since he was a small baby. With a father who is a frogman, a mother with excellent water skills and babies who learn to swim from the time they are tiny, I think this will be one family very safe in the water, don't you?
Maybe worry about things that matter


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Oh, I can see the headlines: " When the danish Rubber float titanics, Xian dives fearlessly into the deep to fetch Moms Prada sunglasses, while three month old Izzy pulls a dazed Dad and her favourite teddy safely to land."

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Very good comparison  serfie  Star
On this boat Isabella was installed on a baby seat for heaven's sake !  Ranting She would have drowned by sinking immediately had the boat capsized.
Some sugars even dared to say at that time 'But no, Mary is an extremely good swimmer, she would have saved her child !!!'  Ranting
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« Reply #805 on: May 30, 2017, 03:58:11 PM »

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« Reply #806 on: May 30, 2017, 08:18:41 PM »

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Uhm, no, Sugar.  Mosh wears new dresses all the time.  She's also been in the family longer, so her gown collection is much bigger than Marie's. 
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« Reply #807 on: June 10, 2017, 12:54:52 PM »

I've added Mary's answers to equivalent questions:



Some excerpts of the interview:

G: How would you describe your attachment to Schackenborg and Jutland today?

Marie: We are very attached to the area here. We are home in Møgeltønder and Jutland. It is clear that the Prince feels attached to this area because he has lived here in Schackenborg for over 20 years. But I do it too. We were married at Møgeltønder church in 2008, and the celebration took place here at the castle. Our children were born while we were living here. The first word, our son, Prince Henrik, said he was about a year old was "Mojn" (that's how "hello" is said in southern Jutland). When we moved from here, it had nothing to do with our love for this place. We also have our good and close friends here, we are looking forward to seeing them when we are here.

MARY: "I couldn't say I hate it."
 
G: Princess Marie, you were born and raised in France and now has Danish citizenship. How did you get used to living with two cultures and two languages, French and Danish?

Marie: I went to boarding school in Switzerland, and when I was 17, I moved to the United States. I had to stay four months to learn the language, but I ended up being there for seven years. I have lived abroad for so many years, so for me it is only natural to learn a new language and get used to a new culture. However, I have to say that I had trouble learning Danish. It's a difficult language! I love my French family, and I love France, I come from the very strong French culture, and I am related to it. But I do not think I could have lived in France and married a Frenchman!

MARY: "It was my destiny. I am fluent in French and Danish."

G: Today, there are tensions between people who have different languages, cultures and religions around the world. Do you, with your experience as a "multicultural" family, advise on how to live in peaceful coexistence with cultures other than one's own?
 
Marie: I think you have to try to be open-minded. You must accept and respect the differences. This is true in marriage, but also with your neighbors. I think it is education and training. You can learn to be curious. I personally had the chance to attend an international school, and this encourages curiosity because the others were different from what I was. But it is also important to remember that not all people have the same experience. I do not think we're going to be on staging their curiosity towards others.

MARY: "We must to speak of those of whom in the grey spaces to surely, coming together for all of us with this, and moving forward for sustainable futures in the years to come. Naturally the experienced diverse diversity for the foundation of the people. Men and women and the genders to development green environments together whole."

G: How do you communicate languages ​​and cultures to your children?
 
Marie: This is a very important question for those who have to deal with this. We insist on teaching our children both cultures. I try to speak French with both of our children. When Henrik was born, it was the only way, because I could not speak Danish. It started to be a challenge, especially since we had Athena in 2013, so I could speak Danish. Children are intelligent. They feel they are not forced to speak French so they can talk to their mother. But do not give up. Because it is a great gift to learn to speak several languages ​​when you are a child. And it is important for me that children know their own culture and identity. Even if they says, "No, Mom, We are in Denmark. We are Danes".

MARY: "They watch Netflix with the nannies."

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« Reply #808 on: June 10, 2017, 02:35:28 PM »

I've added Mary's answers to equivalent questions:



Some excerpts of the interview:

G: How would you describe your attachment to Schackenborg and Jutland today?

Marie: We are very attached to the area here. We are home in Møgeltønder and Jutland. It is clear that the Prince feels attached to this area because he has lived here in Schackenborg for over 20 years. But I do it too. We were married at Møgeltønder church in 2008, and the celebration took place here at the castle. Our children were born while we were living here. The first word, our son, Prince Henrik, said he was about a year old was "Mojn" (that's how "hello" is said in southern Jutland). When we moved from here, it had nothing to do with our love for this place. We also have our good and close friends here, we are looking forward to seeing them when we are here.

MARY: "I couldn't say I hate it."
 
G: Princess Marie, you were born and raised in France and now has Danish citizenship. How did you get used to living with two cultures and two languages, French and Danish?

Marie: I went to boarding school in Switzerland, and when I was 17, I moved to the United States. I had to stay four months to learn the language, but I ended up being there for seven years. I have lived abroad for so many years, so for me it is only natural to learn a new language and get used to a new culture. However, I have to say that I had trouble learning Danish. It's a difficult language! I love my French family, and I love France, I come from the very strong French culture, and I am related to it. But I do not think I could have lived in France and married a Frenchman!

MARY: "It was my destiny. I am fluent in French and Danish."

G: Today, there are tensions between people who have different languages, cultures and religions around the world. Do you, with your experience as a "multicultural" family, advise on how to live in peaceful coexistence with cultures other than one's own?
 
Marie: I think you have to try to be open-minded. You must accept and respect the differences. This is true in marriage, but also with your neighbors. I think it is education and training. You can learn to be curious. I personally had the chance to attend an international school, and this encourages curiosity because the others were different from what I was. But it is also important to remember that not all people have the same experience. I do not think we're going to be on staging their curiosity towards others.

MARY: "We must to speak of those of whom in the grey spaces to surely, coming together for all of us with this, and moving forward for sustainable futures in the years to come. Naturally the experienced diverse diversity for the foundation of the people. Men and women and the genders to development green environments together whole."

G: How do you communicate languages ​​and cultures to your children?
 
Marie: This is a very important question for those who have to deal with this. We insist on teaching our children both cultures. I try to speak French with both of our children. When Henrik was born, it was the only way, because I could not speak Danish. It started to be a challenge, especially since we had Athena in 2013, so I could speak Danish. Children are intelligent. They feel they are not forced to speak French so they can talk to their mother. But do not give up. Because it is a great gift to learn to speak several languages ​​when you are a child. And it is important for me that children know their own culture and identity. Even if they says, "No, Mom, We are in Denmark. We are Danes".

MARY: "They watch Netflix with the nannies."


MARY: "We must to speak of those of whom in the grey spaces to surely, coming together for all of us with this, and moving forward for sustainable futures in the years to come. Naturally the experienced diverse diversity for the foundation of the people. Men and women and the genders to development green environments together whole."

OMG, I laughed so hard I cried.  You are spot on - you speak "Yrma".  She really does speak a second language.......It just hasn't bee identified yet.  Thank you - for you... Star
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« Reply #809 on: June 11, 2017, 04:41:29 AM »

I've added Mary's answers to equivalent questions:



Some excerpts of the interview:

G: How would you describe your attachment to Schackenborg and Jutland today?

Marie: We are very attached to the area here. We are home in Møgeltønder and Jutland. It is clear that the Prince feels attached to this area because he has lived here in Schackenborg for over 20 years. But I do it too. We were married at Møgeltønder church in 2008, and the celebration took place here at the castle. Our children were born while we were living here. The first word, our son, Prince Henrik, said he was about a year old was "Mojn" (that's how "hello" is said in southern Jutland). When we moved from here, it had nothing to do with our love for this place. We also have our good and close friends here, we are looking forward to seeing them when we are here.

MARY: "I couldn't say I hate it."
 
G: Princess Marie, you were born and raised in France and now has Danish citizenship. How did you get used to living with two cultures and two languages, French and Danish?

Marie: I went to boarding school in Switzerland, and when I was 17, I moved to the United States. I had to stay four months to learn the language, but I ended up being there for seven years. I have lived abroad for so many years, so for me it is only natural to learn a new language and get used to a new culture. However, I have to say that I had trouble learning Danish. It's a difficult language! I love my French family, and I love France, I come from the very strong French culture, and I am related to it. But I do not think I could have lived in France and married a Frenchman!

MARY: "It was my destiny. I am fluent in French and Danish."

G: Today, there are tensions between people who have different languages, cultures and religions around the world. Do you, with your experience as a "multicultural" family, advise on how to live in peaceful coexistence with cultures other than one's own?
 
Marie: I think you have to try to be open-minded. You must accept and respect the differences. This is true in marriage, but also with your neighbors. I think it is education and training. You can learn to be curious. I personally had the chance to attend an international school, and this encourages curiosity because the others were different from what I was. But it is also important to remember that not all people have the same experience. I do not think we're going to be on staging their curiosity towards others.

MARY: "We must to speak of those of whom in the grey spaces to surely, coming together for all of us with this, and moving forward for sustainable futures in the years to come. Naturally the experienced diverse diversity for the foundation of the people. Men and women and the genders to development green environments together whole."

G: How do you communicate languages ​​and cultures to your children?
 
Marie: This is a very important question for those who have to deal with this. We insist on teaching our children both cultures. I try to speak French with both of our children. When Henrik was born, it was the only way, because I could not speak Danish. It started to be a challenge, especially since we had Athena in 2013, so I could speak Danish. Children are intelligent. They feel they are not forced to speak French so they can talk to their mother. But do not give up. Because it is a great gift to learn to speak several languages ​​when you are a child. And it is important for me that children know their own culture and identity. Even if they says, "No, Mom, We are in Denmark. We are Danes".

MARY: "They watch Netflix with the nannies."


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