Saturday, August 19, 2017

Danish Crown Princess Mary Opens The Annual Flower Festival on August 17, 2017 in Odense, Denmark.

Crown Princess Mary of Denmark meeting with young guests at the garden event, and chatted with fans.

Crown Princess Mary wowed gathered crowds this week - yet again - as she stepped out in style to open Denmark's annual flower festival.

Crown Princess Mary christened a new rose at the event - with the bloom called 'The Princess Infinity'

Danish Crown Princess Mary kept a throw on hand in case the weather turned during annual flower festival in Denmark


Crown Princess Mary of Denmark topped off her Ralph Lauren dress with a wide-brimmed straw hat, as she opened the annual flower festival in Denmark

Crown Princess Mary of Denmark stunned onlookers wearing a simple, but extremely elegant, black and white floral patterned Ralph Lauren dress

Danish Crown Princess Mary attended the stunning exhibition, held in the Danish town, Odense, stylishy attired in a black and white knee-length floral-patterned Ralph Lauren dress, she accessorised her simple, elegant look with a wide brimmed-straw hat, a pair of low-heeled white pumps and simple black clutch. The The Crown Princess kept a white wrap close to hand in case the weather turned chill.

Crown Princess Mary of Denmark dresses the part in a blooming lovely black and white Ralph Lauren frock as she opens a flower festival in Denmark

Crown Princess Mary (R) speaks to an exhibitor at Odense Flower Festival which she is to open officially and where she is to be presented to a new developed rose on August 17, 2017 in Odense, Denmark. The exhibitor, Nursery Ellelund, produces yearly one million orchids. The festival opens today and ends August 20 and takes place all over the inner city with some 100.000 plants made up with the theme 'What a Woinderful World' and urban gardening.
Crown Princess Mary (L - 2nd) is presented to garden art cut in wood by the company Guro during her visit to Odense Flower Festival which she is to open officially and where she is to be presented to a new developed rose on August 17, 2017 in Odense, Denmark. The festival opens today and ends August 20 and takes place all over the inner city with some 100.000 plants made up with the theme 'What a Woinderful World' and urban gardening.


 

Thursday, August 17, 2017

Prince Charles, Prince of Wales and Prince William, Duke of Cambridge have made a rare appearance together for a night of pomp and pageantry at the Royal Edinburgh Military Tattoo, on August 16, 2017

(L-R) Prince Charles with older son Prince William, at the annual military parade in Edinburgh - which is in its 68th year. The first Edinburgh Tattoo took place in 1950, with the first overseas regiment taking part in 1952. It has long been popular with the royal family

Prince William, Duke of Cambridge at a special Edinburgh Tattoo performance

Prince William, Duke of Cambridge watching a preview performance of the Edinburgh Tattoo


(2nd-L) Prince Charles with older son Prince William (2nd-R), at the annual military parade in Edinburgh. This year's Tattoo recognizes 2017 as being the Year of the Royal Navy and comes ahead of the forthcoming official naming of the aircraft carrier HMS Prince of Wales later this year

Prince William inspected performers dressed in colorful Tartan for the annual military parade in Scotland's capital, which is currently in its 68th season.

Prince Charles, Prince of Wales and Prince William, Duke of Cambridge at the annual military parade in Edinburgh. This year's Tattoo is also marking Scotland's Year of History, Heritage and Archaeology with a second 'Splash of Tartan' theme

Prince William, Duke of Cambridge watching a preview performance of the Edinburgh Tattoo

Pictured: Prince William greets performers - The line-up of the Tattoo includes more than 250 pipers and drummers, five UK military bands and the event's first Japanese act, as well as major contingents from France, India and the United States.

Prince William talked to performers who were mainly dressed in Tartan, reflecting this year's theme.

Prince William, Duke of Cambridge watching the performers dressed in colorful Tartan for the annual military parade in Scotland's capital. The Tattoo attracts an annual audience of around 220,000, meaning that more than 14 million people have attended the event since it began.

(L) Prince William looked dapper in a black dinner jacket with a silk bow tie with Submariner Dolphins and Golden and Diamond Jubilee medals, while his father Prince Charles (center) opted for a grey pinstriped suit, a pink shirt and a pair of burgundy coloured shoes, as they attends the annual military parade in Edinburgh.

Before the main event, Prince Charles and his son Prince William attended a special pre-performance event at the Palace of Holyroodhouse in Edinburgh, where they chatted with the acts.

Prince William wore black-tie with Submariner Dolphins and Golden and Diamond Jubilee medals. He is pictured here speaking with the performers.

Prince Charles, Prince of Wales and Prince William, Duke of Cambridge looked to be enjoying themselves as they chatted together while watching the performances. The Prince of Wales and The Duke of Cambridge then spent time speaking with performers.

Prince William, who takes the title the Earl of Strathearn when north of the border, was also seen talking to performers in the palace courtyard

Prince Charles and Prince William posed for a group picture with the performers, who typically come from all over the world for the  68th annual military show at Edinburgh Castle.

Prince Charles chatted to servicemen in the grounds of the royal castle during the special performance, which precedes their attendance at the main event tonight on August 16, 2017

Prince William seen talking to the performers who were mainly dressed in Tartan, reflecting this year's theme. The line-up for this year includes more than 250 pipers and drummers, five UK military bands and the event's first Japanese act - as well as major contingents from France, India and the United States

Prince Charles, Prince of Wales spoke with an attendant during the performance, which took place at the Palace of Holyroodhouse, the royal family's principal residence in Scotland

The Duke of Rothesay, as Prince Charles is known while in Scotland, looked animated as he chatted with performance during the special show

A dancer in a striking green and purple sequin dress performs in front of Prince William as he chats with a fellow audience member

Prince William and Prince Charles enjoying themselves as they chatted together while watching  the performers at the annual military parade in Scotland's capital. The Tattoo will host more than 220,000 spectators, 1,200 performers, 250 pipers and drummers, five British military bands and a £250,000 projection and light show from the team behind Danny Boyle's 2012 Olympic Games opening ceremony

Prince William and his father Prince Charles watching the performers pictured. Last year's event, the 67th, had as its theme Tunes of Glory and marked Elizabeth II's 90th birthday.

Prince William at the pre-performance during the annual military parade in Edinburgh, which is currently in its 68th season.

Prince Charles at the pre-performance during the annual military parade in Edinburgh, which is in its 68th year

Prince William talked to performers who were mainly dressed in Tartan, reflecting this year's theme, during the annual military parade in Edinburgh.

The Duke of Rothesay, as Prince Charles is known while in Scotland, looked animated as he chatted with performance during the special show

Prince Charles and Prince William watched the performance, which took place at the Palace of Holyroodhouse, the royal family's principal residence in Scotland

The dram of whisky was held aloft by a soldier dressed in tartan before being handed to Prince Charles, Prince of Wales, who was wearing a full chest of medals alongside with Prince William, Duke of Cambridge.

Prince Charles, Prince of Wales is Admiral of the Fleet, Field Marshal and Marshal of the Royal Air Force. He appeared to enjoy himself among military company along with his older son Prince William, Duke of Cambridge.

Prince Charles and Prince William made a rare appearance together to attend the Edinburgh Tattoo for a night of pomp and pageantry on August 16, 2017

The first Edinburgh Tattoo took place in 1950. Now it involves regiments from around the globe, who parade in front of thousands of people in pictured Prince Charles with Prince William.

On his 58th birthday, Prince Charles was awarded four-star rank in each of the armed services - a general in the Army, admiral in the Navy and air chief marshall in the RAF

Prince William - known as the Earl of Strathearn in Scotland - did not seem to enjoy the dram of whisky quite as much of his father, giving off a slight wince as he drank it on stage

Prince William, Duke of Cambridge was guided on stage by an officer before being handed a dram of whisky to announce the opening of the night event.

(R) Prince Charles, Prince of Wales - or Duke of Rothesay as he is known in Scotland - is seen here arriving at the Edinburgh Tattoo on a red carpet, followed by Prince William - known as the Earl of Strathearn in Scotland

Prince William puts a brave face on as he downs a dram of whisky during a rare joint appearance with his father Prince Charles at the Edinburgh Military Tattoo. The Tattoo attracts an annual audience of around 220,000, meaning that more than 14 million people have attended the event since it began

Prince William, Duke of Cambridge is presented with teddy bears for Prince George and Princess Charlotte by Isabel Downer, 10 and Hamish Beeley, 11, at the reception

Prince Charles, Duke of Rothesay - as he is known in Scotland - spoke with military personnel after the night's performance at Edinburgh Castle

Prince Charles, Prince of Wales attending a reception after the Edinburgh Tattoo, where he met schoolchildren while sipping on a drink