Queen Margrethe, Crown Prince Frederik, Crown Princess Mary, Prince Joachim, Princess Marie and Princess Benedikte attended the commemoration at the Parliament at Christianborg Palace. Queen Margrethe made a speech celebrating Martin Luther’s 95 theses which started the Reformation. A children’s choir also performed.
For the day event, Princess Marie wore her Zara black belted jacket , first worn in 2014 , with her black Chanel skirt, first worn in 2010 , and a new top.
She also wore her Miu Miu pumps first worn in 2010 with her Bottega Veneta black clutch from 2013. Her new hat is custom made by Susanne Juul.
For the concert, Princess Marie wore a new navy and black dress with a new short black cape from Rikke Gudnitz.
She carried the same Bottega Veneta clutch as earlier in the day with her Jimmy Choo black glitter Romy pumps she debuted earlier this year. The brooch was a gift from Queen Margrethe for Princess Athena’s Christening in 2012 and the earrings are old.
Princess Marie wore a new nude/light pink coat with an old dress that she first wore at the Opening of Parliament in 2014 . The coat is from Reiss and was found by Alina !
Marie wore her grey Gianvito Rossi pumps first worn in December 2015 with an old UFO clutch from 2010 (also debuted at the Opening of Parliament) and her daisy brooch. I don’t know the brand of the hat but it was first worn in 2014 at the Opening of Parliament, with the same dress.
Last night, Prince Joachim and Princess Marie attended the Rolling Stones concert at the Parken in Copenhagen with their good friends Oscar and Britt Siesbye (who is also Marie’s Lady-In-Waiting).
Marie wore her Isabel Marant jacket first worn in 2016 with a new top , her Jimmy Choo shoes first worn in 2014 and her favorite Christine Hvelplund ring.
We’ll next see Princess Marie on October 9th.Princess Marie will privately visit an Autism Center as Patron of the Danish Association for Autism and also attend the viewing of ‘Digital Offer’,a film produced by the center about the development of digital tools for autistic patients of the center.