70th Birthday Party at Rosendal Manor

Friday, May 30th

Count Ditlev Knuth-Winterfeldt celebrated his 70th birthday which took place at Rosendal Manor. Queen Margrethe, Prince Henrik and the Crown Prince couple were invited. 

A couple of hundreds guest were invited, including the Queen, her husband and the Crown Prince couple, to take part in the celebration of Count Ditlev Knuth-Winterfeldt who celebrated his 70th birthday at Rosendal Manor in Fakse. Arriving shortly before the Queen and Prince Henrik, were Frederik and Mary warmly welcomed by Count Ditlev and his daughter. All four members of the royal family were relaxed at the arrival and seemed to have been looking forward to this evening. With Queen Margrethe and Prince Henrik arriving as the last guests, the celebration was about to begin. It was an evening with a great planned menu, several guests had prepared speeches given during the party and music enjoyed by everyone. I can't imagine anything else than the royal couple have had a wonderful evening. It was a private celebration and only a few photographers such as journalists showed up to catch a glimpse of all those who had been invited. 

About the evening gown Mary had chosen to wear at the birthday celebration, then finally after a loooong time I am now aware of who the designer it. Heaven is the one to identify Nina Ricci (Fall 2006) as the creator of her evening gown. Really this is a dress you either love or hate. I am differently the first; I simply adore it. Bu the way, do you remember the dress? All the way back in 2008, here, she wore it during an official visit to Island along with Frederik. Think it's great how she managed to keep her look a bit more casual this time with her hair down. Matching the black details on the dress, she was wearing a black leather bracelet which I strongly believe is from Naledi Copenhagen, a pair of satin Prada pumps and an old (lost) favourite of hers, a black beaded clutch never identified. When we talk about Prada I want to mention that once a fellow share her thoughts with me that Prada could be the designer of this dress, but so far I haven't been able to prove it. Now you know. Not everything was black because she had chosen a pair of diamond earrings custom made by Marianne Dulong featuring rose quartz pendants. I could differently see Mary wear this outfit again someday with some kind of elegant hairdo. 

Dress: Nina Ricci Grey Evening Gown
Earrings: Marianne Dulong Lotus
Bracelet: Naledi Copenhagen Ostric Cuff
Shoes: Prada  Black Satin Pumps

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