Finally. The day we have all been waiting for. One in particular. The young Prince Christian. He was confirmed today in Fredensborg Castle Church at Fredensborg. The very same church in which his father, uncle and grandmother have been confirmed.
At the moment, the Crown Prince family stay at Kancellihuset - right next to the castle church. This is probably why the family chose to walk from their home to the church. It gave us wonderful photos of all six of them.
Royal Confessor, Bishop Henrik Wigh-Poulsen was responsible for the confirmation of Prince Christian.
The ceremony took place in private and a minimum of guest attended the confirmation. Many of the invited guest had to stay home due to the pandemic, but most of his closest family attended. Of crows, Queen Margrethe attended the confirmation such as Prince Nikolai and his younger brother, Prince Felix did.
He was then celebrated by friends and family at a party at Kancellihuset. I guess it has been a memorable day for the entire family.
The confirmation is one thing. The clothes another. I always admired that, when the family attend an event, they are always wearing matching clothes. Make them look united. If you pay attention to smaller details from todays confirmation, you will see that Mary matched Christian, Frederik matched Josephine and Isabella matched her brother Vincent. Clearly, they decided to make navy blue the main color combined with white dots. I like this very much.
Both Prince Christian, Crown Prince Frederik and Prince Vincent matched in each their navy blue suit and printed ties. I guess these suits have been tailored for the occasion.
Princess Isabella had chosen to wear a simple white suit from InWear (identified by Heaven) paired with a light blue blouse and natural accessories. Like her mother's Hugo Boss clutch and golden necklace from Dulong Fine Jewelry. Her sister, Princess Josephine, looked amazing wearing a white blouse and a jacket and bag from Pili Carrera (identified by UFO No More). She also wore a navy skirt - apparently her sisters old skirt.
Mary was dressed in a brand new piece from Iris & Ink. Heaven shared this found with me. This dress has so many beautiful details - the neckline, the puffed sleeves and the "floating" skirt. She belted the dress, which I think is a really lovely idea. Her new cocktail hat has been identified as a creation by milliner Susanne Juul. She has made many hats and hairpieces for Mary since she married Crown Prince Frederik. This is one of them. She confirmed it herself. Hope to see a close-up of the piece. Have you found one?
Mary accessorized her outfit with diamond earrings shaped as flowers. They were once purchased at a Bruun Rasmussen auction. Another sweet detail is the fact that she wore the Connaught Sapphire Brooch. This was given to her by the mother-in-law when Prince Christian was born. Mary also wore the brooch, when her firstborn was christened. A stunning brooch. I also see her diamond ring from Dulong Fine Jewelry, her golden Cartier bangle and a diamond band from Ole Lynggaard Copenhagen. A closer look also revealed that Mary was wearing some kind of tennis bracelet.
She also embraced the style by wearing an old box clutch in satin from Prada. The color was almost the same of her dress. Mary topped of her outfit with magnificent nude python pumps from Gianvito Rossi. I love when she wears bright colors with more plain colors like nude, white and black. This makes a great combo!
SHOP THE LOOK
Dress ● Iris & Ink, here
Cocktail hat ● Susanne Juul, here
Earrings ● Sold at a Bruun Rasmussen auction, here
Brooch ● The Connaught Sapphire Brooch, here
Bracelet ● Cartier, here
Ring ● Dulong Fine Jewelry, here
Ring ● Ole Lynggaard Copenhagen, here
Clutch ● Prada, here
Shoes ● Gianvito Rossi, here