Purple eye makeup is great for making it look like you've been bawling your eyes out. Only catch: you've got to less perfectly apply the mascara next time. So close!
Yes, narcissists can feel feelings (it's sociopaths who can't and must learn how to fake it). But as torn and scrunchy-faced as Yrma Vep got at her lady's maid Tina Jørgensen's funeral today, tears didn't actually flow nor would they have been all for Tina. No doubt MoreMore is sad that Tina died too soon and that she won't be able to
What is wrong with this child? He is brought without siblings to a funeral of a woman he was apparently quite close to. This was a good move by Mary, for certain. Seven is old enough to be included in the ceremony and to be talked to about death and sadness. But why isn't he connecting with the occasion or the people engaging with him!? We know the answer, partially anyway: he's Mary's son (improbable chance of empathy lessons) and has exhibited signs of being somewhere on the autism scale. No problem, but this should be more reason for Yrma to lean as he is being touched and "comforted" by family friends to calm him if closeness bothers him (it does MoreMore!) and to talk about why people are sad and crying. Very strange indeed that the boy seems to be smiling through all the sadness, but this is part of the issue with him. If the story of Princess Marie asking Christian to pipe down during a family get-together and Mary over-reacting to that non-parental chastising by ruining the party and leaving is true, then Houston, we have a problem.
And not to mention, where in the hell is Derfie? We seem to have a real problem on our hands here. His calendar is empty and his health does not look good. He should have been present to say goodbye to an employee, and even if she was technically employed as his wife's aide, she has by all accounts been relied upon to take care of his children. Some royal!
Christian being greeted by MoreMore's hairdresser Søren Hedegaard and giving one of Madam's signature cutesy-poo, over the shoulder looks to the camera.
With Baroness Helle Reedtz-Thott
Nannies Helene and Ann-Alicia Thunbo in the background. Seems the tall blonde in the middle with the ponytail whose face is obscured is Nanny Natascha.
Photos: Niels Meilvang