MARY CAUGHT IN speeding scandal

September 2005
Woman's Day (Australia Edition);9/12/2005, Vol. 57 Issue 37, p24
Comments on the involvement of Denmark Princess Mary in a speeding scandal in September 2005. Criticisms received by the Princess from the Danish press; Reaction of her supporters to the scandal; Risks associated with the decision of Mary to compel her driver to speed up.


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