Tuesday, November 20, 2012
Princess Marie Comes Into Her Own: Demonstrates Newton's Laws of Motion Against Bogan Mass Mary
Sir Isaac Newton's Third Law of Motion states that for every action, there is an equal and opposite action; the forces of two bodies on each other are always equal and directed in opposite directions. The two bodies in this case are Mary and Marie. As Mary goes south, Marie goes up up up!
Despite being pegged very early on - erroneously - as "Mary's twin", Marie is getting even more beautiful as time goes by while Mary ages into something akin to a royal Methuselah with her slack skin, unhappy marriage and load of younguns underfoot. Marie looks exactly like what she is: a woman in a happy, fulfilling marriage with two children she adores and a life that allows a nice balance of parenting and official duties. She had two high profile events just last week which allowed her to glow. What a professional! No wonder she sat right next to Daisy at the theatre during the dinner for entrepeneurs recently!
12 November, Kronborg Castle, UNESCO World Heritage Convention
According to the Danish Royal Website, "in connection with the celebration presented, the princess presented prizes to the winners of the school competition 'Legacy to the World - World Heritage for the Future'. The UNESCO Convention of 1972 aims to protect the world's cultural and natural heritage, and to mark the 40th year that the Ministry of Children and Education - in collaboration with the Cultural Agency under the Ministry of Culture launched the competition among the country's schools."
15 November, Hamburg, Germany, University Fair
HRH Princess Marie participated in the university education fair "Master and More" in Hamburg. The princess arrived at the fair with the Rector of the University of Southern Denmark, Jens Oddershede. Who wouldn't want to attend the University of Southern Denmark with this polished woman selling it to foreign students?
Photos: Jesper Sunesen, Billed-Bladet