The album of a trip to New Delhi, Chennai and Agra is as glamorous as it is glamorous and features a portrait of Princes Frederik (54) and Mary (51) of Denmark, sitting on a bench in the hot sun. The moving marble behind the Taj Mahal in Agra. Built by Emperor Shah Jahan between 1632 and 1653 in honor of his wife Mumtaz Mahal, a visit to this magnificent structure marked the beginning of the heir to the throne of Denmark and his wife’s journey to the Asian country. As Queen Margarita (82) recovers from scheduled spinal surgery at the Rijkshospitalet in Copenhagen, her son Federico and her daughter-in-law Marie continue their agenda of official duties.
During their four-day stay in India, the royal couple made regular visits to the populous and multi-hued country to strengthen ties between the two countries and promote trade and environmental development agreements. In every place they visited and in the meetings they held, Federico and Mary not only represented the queen perfectly (they assure her that the king had overseen everything since her recovery), but also gave style lessons. Specifically, Mary with each other’s preferences Clothes Recycled.
A floral silk jerry dress by Vilshenko when she visited the Mahatma Gandhi memorial in New Delhi, a Søren Lee Schmidt design she wore to a reception afterwards, and an XL silk skirt in orange. By Edro, they were all ingredients he had already used on previous occasions. At a time when monarchies (and, in particular, the Danish) are adjusting their numbers, there’s nothing better than the example of a princess to show that you can avoid waste and respect the environment without sacrificing elegance.
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