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Princess Mary of Denmark and Brigitte Macron Were Twinning in Red While Meeting in Copenhagen

The Crown Princess of Denmark and the French President's wife showed up in matching looks.
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Brigitte Macron and Princess Mary of Denmark had a twinning moment while meeting in Copenhagen on Tuesday. The First Lady of France and the Crown Princess of Denmark both showed up at Amalienborg Castle wearing full red looks.


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Macron continued her style streak in a red shift dress, matching double-breasted coat, and black pumps. Princess Mary wore a red silk dress by Raquel Diniz. She paired the flowy key-hole dress with snakeskin pumps, a red clutch, and a gold brooch.


French President Emmanuel Macron and his wife, Brigitte, are in Denmark this week during their tour through Europe. They first met with Queen Margrethe II, Princess Mary, and Prince Frederik at the Amalienborg Castle.


According to the Royal Family's official website, "The Crown Prince couple joins President of the Republic of France, Macron in the crest of the castle. The program is part of the President of the Republic of France, Emmanuel Macron and the French. Macron State Visits in Denmark."

Perhaps the most important (and the fanciest) event was the State Banquet at Christiansborg Castle in Copenhagen, where Macron wore a white-and-silver Louis Vuitton gown and Princess Mary wore an asymmetrical floral dress.


The two couples attended other events together, but Princess Mary and Brigitte opted for much different looks. For a farewell ceremony at the Royal Theatre, Brigitte wore a stark white dress with nude pumps. Princess Mary wore a pink-and-orange patterned dress and studded black pumps.

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They also visited the Ny Carlsberg Glyptotek museum, which is a personal collection of Carl Jacobsen, the son of the founder of the Carlsberg Breweries. Macron wore another bold monochrome look, this time in burnt orange and paired with a motorcycle-style jacket. Princess Mary wore a royal-blue cape dress and accessorized with another sparkly brooch. 


From: Harper's BAZAAR US

*This story originally appeared on Townandcountrymag.com

*Minor edits have been made by the Townandcountry.ph editors

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