The last look of Mary from Denmark: a nod to her land and a message for Federico

The princes' agenda is fuming just ten days before their coronation. If on Wednesday, January 3, they attended a reception of the Diplomatic Corps at Christansborg Palace, this Thursday we saw them at the reception in honor of the armed forces, emergency services and other organizations. The princess's third look so far this week has not left anyone indifferent: badges, pearls and animal print.

The first two are not strange, especially at an official event at Christansborg Palace, but the last one has left us in shock. A leopard print is not usual or protocol in such an event, so the shoes of the princesa Mary (who will become queen consort on January 14) are not an oversight but a declaration of intentions.

The message is twofold: on the one hand, a nod to his land, Australiawhere his family lives and to which he 'threatened' to return after the scandal of Frederick of Denmark con Genoveva Casanova if a series of conditions in its favor were not met. On the other hand, a hint for her husband: “Leopard is for women with a lot of personality and self-confidence,” said the biggest admirer of this print, Christian Dior. Mary has not only reinforced her public image after what happened (unlike her husband) but she has made it clear that both Federico's present and future depend, to a large extent, on her.

Pearls and diamonds

Beyond the symbolic shoes (by Gianvito Rossi that she acquired in 2014), the princess's look has been a riot of opulence. With a wide princess skirt in bronze (which she wore during a Vogue Australia report in 2016), a chocolate brown velvet jacket and a Bottega Veneta clutch (identical to Queen Letizia's), Mary has shown off an impressive choker from pearls with a large aquamarine surrounded by small sapphires and diamond earrings, as well as two yellow gold bracelets, one of them the Love de Cartier model.