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QUEEN MARY OF DENMARK WORE SOEREN LE SCHMIDT TO THE CORONATION AT CHRISTIANSBORG PALACE


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Photo by Getty Images: King Frederik of Denmark, Queen Mary of Denmark



In the grandeur of royal ceremonies, the attire worn by monarchs plays a significant role, symbolizing tradition, heritage, and the solemnity of the occasion. The coronation of King Charles witnessed a spectacle of regal splendor, with King Frederik and Queen Mary of Denmark gracing the event in truly magnificent crowns that captured the essence of Danish royalty. The exquisite tea-length dress boasted a sophisticated fit-and-flare silhouette, showcasing an A-line skirt paired with gracefully long sleeves and a chic cowl neck. The dress exuded elegance with its draped detailing seamlessly connecting the neckline to a cinched belted waist. Adding a touch of flair, a mock scarf cascaded gracefully down the back of the dress, accentuating the artistry of the wool and viscose design. Elegant dress for a snow-white gown created by the Danish designer “Soeren Le Schmidt

 


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From Left: Princess Isabella, Prince Christian, King Frederik of Denmark, Queen Mary of Denmark, Princess Josephine, and Prince Vincent graciously greet the crowd from the balcony of Christiansborg Palace following the proclamation of the King's ascension to the throne.

 



Despite the absence of traditional royal crowns or tiaras, Queen Mary's jewelry selection continued the regal elegance she had embraced during her time as the Crown Princess. Opting for pieces from her iconic ruby set, the jewels radiated brilliance against the backdrop of her pristine white gown. While the coronation festivities deliberately deviated from the usual spectacle, the night promised a unique and captivating experience for the residents of Copenhagen. Tivoli Gardens is set to unveil an extravagant red and white fireworks display, marking a historic occasion. This spectacle is poised to become the most extensive fireworks showcase in the amusement park's 180-year history, paying tribute to Queen Margrethe II's remarkable 52-year reign and celebrating the newly crowned King and Queen of Denmark.



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The coronation was not just a historic moment for Denmark but also an occasion to celebrate the enduring traditions and the majestic regalia that define the nation's monarchy. The crowns worn by King Frederik and Queen Mary stood as iconic symbols of heritage, unity, and the timeless elegance that accompanies royal ceremonies. As Denmark welcomed a new chapter in its royal history, the regal attire worn by the monarchs left an indelible mark on the collective memory, embodying the grace and grandeur of Danish royalty.



 

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