Here's a lil' tidbit about yours truly: I'm an interior designer. My particular job involves developing the aesthetics of large buildings, offices and such. What I'm saying is this: I spend a significant amount of my time mucking about construction sites and the like.
Why am I bothering you with this information? Because I want you to know, when I say this, that it comes from deep personal experience:
There is no way to make construction hard hats and safety gear look good. Mette-Marit, I sympathize.
Let me tell you, there's nothing worse than having your style smashed by safety requirements. (Well, alright, there's a whole lot out there that's worse than that. But my world is small and shallow.) High heels are not encouraged in these environments, which is blasphemous. And I'm not even going to get into what these things do to your hair.
Poor royals. Factories, construction sites, you name it: many have tried to rock their safety gear....
...all have failed. A most unfortunate royal trend.
But, hey, I think Mette-Marit's come up with the first step to combating the woes of safety wear:
If your scarf is big enough, it'll cover everything else. Someone needs to tell Letizia.
Audiences at Buckingham Palace - *The Queen held audiences at Buckingham Palace.* Embed from Getty Images Anytime we can see a brooch at these audiences feels like a minor miracle. Okay, i...