TV2's Christmas Show in Aalborg

Thursday, November 19th

Crown Princess Mary attended TV2's Christmas Show in House of Music in Aalborg as the guest of honor.

As name of the location implies (House of Music) the Crown Princess spend an evening with lots of music when she attended TV2's grand Christmas Show in Aalborg. With white walls and red chairs, the House of Music is the perfect location for a christmas show. Along with Aalborg Symphony Orchestra and artist like Martin Brygmann, Kaya Brüll and Barbara Moleko, which all were dressed their best in evening suits and dresses, the Crown Princess attended the perfect evening celebration of christmas and of course she was the guest of honor. The two hosts are news hosts on TV2. Cecilie Frøkjær and Hans Pilgaard. They are both well-known faces in Denmark for different entertainment programs. I'm sure with these two hosts it was a wonderful evening. As far as I know the show was not broadcasted live, but as previous years it's broadcasted some day in December. Unfortunately, it has not yet ben published when it will be broadcasted. As if she was the star of the show, the Crown Princess arrived in the best mood to the House of Music in Aalborg around half past eight to attend the great christmas show. Perfectly matching the carpet and chairs in the big hall, she shone in her red dress. As the guest of honor and Crown Princess, she was given one of the best seats on the balcony next to the Mayor of Aalborg Thomas Kastrup Larsen and Cristen Obel from Det Obelske Familie Fond to watch the entertaining christmas show.

As I mentioned before, Mary was dressed beautifully bright red dress worn once before at a christmas reception with the Mary Foundation last year, here. You remember we have seen it before? The dazzling fitted red dress is from Dolce & Gabbana. I know it's a red dress and a million others look exactly like this. But look at it; it looks like it was painted on her. A perfect fit. At the arrival she wore her black Prada coat, seen close to a million times before. A little detail, which I might be the only one to notice, is the different length of coat and dress. This was the most perfect combination in the 50s. A long fitted dress or skirt with a rather large, shorter coat. Hair and makeup were absolutely flawless as always. As last year, the dress gave us the opportunity to focus on the expensive accessories.Mary know how to chose accessories and to chose a bright pink Carlend Copenhagen clutch is really clever of her. Make the dress shine even more in the lights of the photographers, despite the fact that there are no such details as sequins on neither the dress or clutch. Looking at her shoes, makes me stare.  New black T-strap shoes from Gianvito Rossi. Kate is the one who identified her new pumps. Am I the only one who adore her black and red evening outfit?

Coat: Prada
Dress: Dolce & Gabbana Wool Crepe Scoopneck Dress
Cluch: Carlend Copenhagen Vanessa
Shoes: Gianvito Rossi Patent-Leather T-bar Pumps

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