Crown princess Mary's polka dot dress is causing a stir abroad

once again, draws the whole of Denmark, crown princess headlines abroad for his clothing style. Where it is less than two weeks ago was a light blue jacket, c

Crown princess Mary's polka dot dress is causing a stir abroad

once again, draws the whole of Denmark, crown princess headlines abroad for his clothing style.

Where it is less than two weeks ago was a light blue jacket, crown princess Mary was praised for, it is this time a dotted blue dress, which has got the international media to block his eyes in admiration.

It is quite specific to the Daily Mail, which is directly 'speechless' over the elegant dress.

'crown Princess Mary is breathtaking in an elegant blue dress during his visit to Yogyakarta Palace, Indonesia,' writes the british media, among other things.

the Media also describes how the 47-year-old kronprinsesses dress had some lovely details such as a white collar and white cuffs.

the Daily Mail also mentions that the Danish crown princess of denmark two days earlier was wearing his 'tried and tested yndlingskjole from H&M' in connection with 'World AIDS Day'event in Jakarta.

'She has already had the $ 99 (button 670 Danish kroner, ed.) expensive dress two times in a year,' points out, the Daily Mail, then the media writes that princess Mary first had it in to the Copenhagen Fashion Summit, the 15. may and again for the two official occasions in august.

the crown princess has been in Indonesia from the 2. to the 4. december, together with the minister for development cooperation Rasmus Prehn (S).

the Visit is among other things a celebration of the 70th anniversary of the diplomatic relations between Denmark and Indonesia, and in connection with the journey, the crown princess had to try to put the focus on the sexual and reproductive health and rights.

this is The first time that the crown princess visit Indonesia. It she told during an official event at the buddhist monastery of Borobudur in the town of Java.

"Australians are in the top-5, when it comes to tourists in Indonesia – they are geographically close to each other. And with my background, where I grew up in Australia, it might be expected that I also have visited Indonesia, but I have never actually," she said, and continued:

"But now I'm here. I have always wanted to come, but yes... it is my first time and a chance to experience the diversity of this beautiful country – however as a dane."

Updated Date: 05 December 2019, 14:00

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