Let’s watch some professional royaling in action, shall we?
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Crown Princess Mary opened the 2019 Danish Science Festival looking every inch the professional princess she is. Mary is a the patron of this festival, and she arrived ready to work.
She is wearing a Scanlon Theodore crepe wool jacket, and once again I am impressed by her deployment of the royal lady trouser pant – flappies, no less! – and the way she alone can make me like a tie belt.
Queen Mathilde has taken professional royaling into a very zazzy direction in this Dries Van Norten dress and shoe combination. Mathilde presented the Baillet Latour Health Prize and spread some cheer while she was at it. I know this ensemble may be divisive, as it is around the Handbag parts (AHEM OC), but I dig it from head to toe. Please note the feet and join me in cheering the crazy colorfulness.
Speaking of professionals, my favorite classic edition princess, Princess Margriet, is the honorary chair of the Invictus Games The Hague 2020. Excellent choice, I believe.
Her Royal Highness Princess Margriet has been named as Honorary Chair of the Invictus Games The Hague 2020! We are very honored that Princess Margriet wants to assume this role and we feel she is an ideal ambassador for the upcoming #InvictusGames! #IG2020(📸 RVD- Anko Stoffels) pic.twitter.com/FfcPPAsYcQ
— Invictus Games The Hague 2020 (@InvictusGamesNL) April 25, 2019
Queen Letizia cornered the market on literary award presentation. She continued celebrating the Miguel de Cervantes award with an official lunch, wearing a repeated Carolina Herrera dress that can find its way into my closet any day.
In addition, she attended the ‘Gran Angular’ and ‘El Barco De Vapor’ literature awards, wearing a Hugo Boss tuxedo blazer.
Did we miss your favorite royal outing? Tell us in the comments!