and if they don't why?
i will start. Princess Mathilde really is the ideal crown princess for Belgium, her family background represents the different areas of her country. the first Belgian crown princess/future queen. during the times that the BRF is highly unpopular, she is the glue that binds the people's support together.
I agree - Mathilde really fits in with Belgian RF and Belgium. Victoria of Sweden is also suitable for Sweden, I feel.. although she is not a wife of some crown prince, but future-queen.. so maybe we should not include her..?
Maxima reminds me of her mother-in-law, is that strange or what? I think that she will fit in nicely, her gestures and expressions are just as lively and positive as her mother-in-laws.
I also believe that Camilla (the Duchess of Cornwall) understands British people and the values of RF. I know that she is a controversial figure, but I appreciate the fact that she is a traditional British lady but also modern: she has worked, she has been in touch with her time. Yes, she is a divorcee but so..? Just take one look at Norway: I wonder if it is any better to have a child out of wedlock and that kind of past... Atleast Camilla brought up her kids together with their father and the kids were quite big when they divorced.
I like Mary of Denmark but I think that she will still have surprises coming, Australia is after all quite different than Denmark and it takes a lot of time to adjust.