Daisy takes her oldest son, his wife-bot, their oldest two kids, her bien-aimée daughter-in-law Marie with Joachim's two oldest sons to the Tivoli theatre where her own designs for the Nutcracker are currently on show. Well, it was an effort, a nice one, to keep introducing her grandchildren to the joys of the theatre, but it may have ended up showing how dysfunctional and divided the House of Daisy really is.
On the heels of the spat between Mary and Marie, both ladies were present. Marie looked sexy and cheerful has she entered the theatre holding the hands of her step-sons. While Nikolai looks about 10 minutes away from being too over these 'happy family' shenanigans, he and Felix seemed well-behaved and how nice that they have a large, loving family to go between. Kudos to Joachim, Alex, Marie and Martin!
Fred looks dead. The Derf Man does try with his dandy-ish purple velvet blazer and festive scarf, but he's out of touch and just trying to hang on. What doesn't anyone in Denmark want to see him healthy and happy!?! Christian looks medicated, but maybe that's how they have to roll with that one.
Which brings us to darling Izzy and her refusal to obey her mother-thinggie. OK, Iz, we're on your side and know that she is a PILL, but you must one day soon learn that acting up will make it worse and true, proper princess behaviour is something that your MoreMore would never be able to call you on. Mares just gets her revenge through the little girl's wardrobe. Is Izzy wearing spats? What ugly booties! Except for a nice coat - not properly closed, as with Mary - and gloveless - again, unlike Mary, Izzy looks her usual shade of Cosette.
"Listen, missy, I want to see a smile on your face right this instant! You're blowing it for me!"
Photos: Michael Stub