Christmas Concert in Copenhagen

December, 15th
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Photo @Agnés Colbert





























Crown Prince Frederik and Crown Princess Mary attended with their four children The Royal. Danish Academy of Music's Children Choir (Det kongelige danske Musikkonservatoriums Børnekor) Christmas concert in Esajas Church. Crown Princess Mary is the patron of the children's choir. 

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As for many other families it is also a tradition for the royal family to go to church during December, even more because Mary is the patron of The Royal. Danish Academy of Music's Children Choir (Det kongelige danske Musikkonservatoriums Børnekor). Often she brings her family which she did this year. The family was warmly welcomed when they arrived at the church as many of the other participating guests. Christmas is a time when we are together and have a good time, so it is also great to see the royal couple with their four wonderful children doing something very common that many Danish families are doing in December as more or less a private visit though Mary was at work. Next to his oldest sister, Prince Christian went through the church to find their seats in the front raw, closely followed by his parents and two younger siblings. On each seat was a small gift for each of the kids there was a great entertainment during the concert especially to Prince Vincent and Princess Josephine who might not quite understand yet what all of this is really about. Christian got a Rubik's Cube and Isabella, Vincent and Josephine got Plus-Plus puzzles to play with. Before the Christmas concert could begin, there was a Lucia procession through the church that helped to provide just the right atmosphere. The Lucia procession is by now become a tradition as well. The concert did that particularly the small royal children a bit restless but they behaved very nicely. An hour later the Christmas concert ended and it was time for the royal family to go back home.

In black and white Mary amazed me with her quite simple outfit. Black lace is a winner no matter what your personal style is. At the arrival to Esajas Church she was wearing a snow white coat featuring rather large buttons and pockets identified as Prada. Unfortunately I haven't been able to find the model again online. To you who need to see pictures before you believe me, mail me and I will show you pictures. I love the fact that she wore her green Jewlscph earrings because it makes the lace outfit even more glamorous! A really nice detail. Here it's worth mentioning that Mary also accessorized her look with the expensive Shamballa Jewels bracelet. I not sure if she wearing a dress or a blouse and a skirt. One of my most beloved readers Pernille showed me an outfit from the Danish designer Elise Gug which have great similarity with Mary's. You know after I did the update on this post the design from Elise Gug has vanished from every site on the internet but like the Prada coat I have a picture on my computer to show you, if you need a proof of what I say is true. Matching the rest of the outfit she wore black pumps from SAND Copenhagen. A pair of shoes I really like because of the shape, it looks stunning on the foot. Makes her legs look the best and the heel is the perfect hight. I think a pair of shoes need the right hight and here we have it. I'm so lucky that Agnés has shared her photo with me and she got a perfect shot of the shiny pumps. I wouldn't mind wearing this on Christmas eve! 

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Photo @Agnés Colbert
Coat: Prada
Dress/Skirt + Blouse: Elise Gug
Earrings: Jewlscph Noble Green Earrings DKK 19,499
Bracelet: Shamballa Jewels Royal Bracelet w. Argyle Pink Diamond Pavé
Shoes: SAND Copenhagen

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