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Denmark's Princess Isabella Borrowed Her Mother's Max Mara Ivory Jumpsuit During Her Confirmation


Her Royal Highness, Princess Isabella of Denmark, the eldest daughter of Crown Prince Frederick of Denmark and Crown Princess Mary, was confirmed to the Church of Denmark on April 30, 2022. The event was held at the Chapel of Fredensborg Castle, where the princess was baptized in July 2007.


She was born on April 21, 2007, as the second child of the Crown Prince and Princess of Denmark. She is also Queen Margrethe II's eldest granddaughter. She has an older brother, Prince Christian, and two younger siblings, the fraternal twins, Prince Vincent and Princess Josephine.

Queen Margrethe II hugging her eldest granddaughter at the steps of Fredensborg Castle Chapel

Queen Margrethe II attended the confirmation together with the family of Prince Joachim and Princess Marie. According to the royal family's instagram account, "Isabella was confirmed by royal confessor, bishop Henrik Wigh-Poulson".

Isabella flanked by her proud parents. Everyday she looks more like Dad Freddie 💕

What is a Confirmation in the Danish church?

According to the Danish Museum website, in Denmark and the United States, the event of Confirmation is the affirmation of one's baptismal pledge as a Christian - often marked the boundary between childhood and leaving school and the adult world in the Lutheran church as well as other Protestant denominations. 

Princess Isabella with royal confessor, bishop Henrik Wigh-Poulson

In many Christian religions, including the Catholic church, Confirmation is a very important part of the faith. It's an affirmation of faith in God and also the transition ritual from a child to an adult. And normally takes place when a person reaches the age of 15. 


The Roman Catholic's "Confirmation" age is between 13 and 15. Leonor, Princess of Asturias, the heir-presumptive of King Felipe VI, was confirmed to the Catholic Church in 2021.

The Hand-me-down royal fashion

The teenage princess looked sophisticated during her confirmation day with her locks styled in wavy strands. Instead of buying new accessories and wardrobe, she opted for some hand-me-down pieces from her mother.

Princess Isabella borrowed her mother's Max Mara jumpsuit and blazer
Princess Isabella with her parents, The Crown Prince and Princess of Denmark

Proud Papa 💖😊

For her outfit, she borrowed Princess Mary's ivory jumpsuit and blazer from Max Mara, a silver comb from Ellen Hunter NYC, and Halo stud earrings with pink Argyle diamonds from Hartmanns.

Princess Isabella also wore a pacific ring from Dulong Fine Jewelry and a pink pearl brooch, which was a gift to her during her christening in 2007. She wore a pair of Emily 85 nude suede sandals from Jimmy Choo.

It's not only Princess Isabella who worn a hand-me-down fashion during her confirmation day, her younger sister, Princess Josephine, re-wore her light pink Sandrose Broderie Anglaise Midi dress from Ganni.


The Queen's beloved boy

It's not only the Danish royal family members who attended Princess Isabella's Confirmation but also the Queen's beloved dachshund dog who is always present in all royal events, tagging along with her Queen mom.

The Queen's constant companion is always present during royal events


It's so amazing to know the Danish Queen never confines her favorite companion inside the palace walls but bringing him along whenever she is attending an event. 

The Queen's beloved Dachshund joining the royal family

The dog is very pampered by the Queen, always keeping her company whenever she goes. And during Princess Isabella's photo call, the Queen's boy is very much part of the royal family. 🐕😍

Photo credit: Danish royal family official instagram account and Getty Images

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