Entertainment Mary of Denmark: What's on her chest?
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Top styled as always, (48) appeared on Monday (October 26th) at Julemaerkehjemmet Liljeborg in the Danish town of Roskilde. The Crown Princess was an absolute figure in her purple tone-on-tone look, which she combined with an elegant autumn coat. - that's how the 48-year-old is known. But one detail of her look was strange this time. Did Mary simply stick the "accessory" to her chest before the appointment?
What it is and what it is all about can be seen in the video above.
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Mary of Denmark subliminally sets symbols
The woman(52) also showed herself tastefully at an appointment in Churchill Park in Copenhagen (September 17th). A military memorial was unveiled here, commemorating the Australian military who helped liberate Denmark during World War II. A very special date for the native Australian Mary - ?
You can find out what the Crown Princess' dress is all about in the following video.
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