Crown Princess Mary brought out her new tiara again for the Mexican State Visit to Denmark last week.
Mary, along with her husband Crown Prince Frederik, joined Queen Margrethe and Prince Henrik in welcoming the President of Mexico, Enrique Pena Nieto, and his wife, Angelica Rivera, to Denmark. A State Banquet at Fredensborg Palace was held the first night of the visit.
Mary wore her Diamond and Ruby Necklace Tiara as a tiara for a second time, paired with a red, ruffled gown from Jesper Høvring which was first worn to the Luxembourg royal wedding in 2012. Mary received the Order of the Aztec Eagle (Mexico). I’m not digging the ruffles.
In other Mary news, Mary took a course at Harvard University in the US from March 28 to April 8. She was there taking a short course called “Global Leadership and Public Policy for the 21st Century” which is offered by the Harvard Kennedy School and is targeted to members of the community known as Young Global Leaders. Mary was appointed as a Young Global Leader in 2012, based on her work with the Mary Foundation.
Daisy wore the Baden Palmette Tiara with a repeated blue gown with white overlay on the bodice, paired with sapphire necklace and earrings from Queen Alexandrine. Daisy wore the collar of Order of the Aztec Eagle (Mexico).
Princess Marie, accompanied by Prince Joachim, wore the Diamond Floral Tiara she always wears along with a red gown with lace overlay on the bodice from Rikke Gudnitz. Marie also received the Order of the Aztec Eagle (Mexico).
The entire Danish royal family came out to welcome the President and First Lady at the airport. Mary wore a Missoni coat she first wore in March, and Gianvito Rossi pumps. Marie wore a blue lace dress from Lou & Lowe.