Crown Princess Mary visited a foundation which she is the godmother and which is also supported by Princess Mary Foundation. This foundation provides support to women who have had to leave their homes because they were victims of domestic violence.
Crown Princess Mary yesterday attended the concert held by the Melbourne Symphony Orchestra in Tivoli yesterday. The Princess was invited by the group, led by music director Sir Andrew Davis.
This week was another fashionable week with an engagement, state visits, national day,… Vote for your favorite look of last week. Who rocked her outfit the best? Choose from the pictures above and vote here. You’ve got one week to vote and we’ll let you know who won!
Crown Princess Mary on Thursday attended a meeting with the Trade and Development Minister and the Parliamentary Intergroup Network for Sexual and Reproductive Health and Rights at Christiansborg Palace.
Members of the Danish Royal Family today attending a farewell “party” for Ove Ullerup, who is the Lord Chamberlain to the Queen at Christiansborg. Ullerup will be returning to play a role in the Foreign Ministry in September.
Photograph: Jens Nørgaard Larsen
cute moment between the Crown Prince and Princess of Denmark
Crown Princess Mary today participating the “Investing in women and girls - it gives prosperity for all” in Landstingssalen at Christiansborg Palace. T
he international organization Women Deliver and the Danish Foreign Ministry urge to increase investments in women and girls. The Crown Princess is accompanied by Minister for Trade and Development Cooperation Mogens Jensen and Chief Executive Office Katja Iversen.
she plans on slaying this week with her outfits!
Crown Princess Mary has recycled the yellow Prada dress which she first wore on a state visit to South Korea in 2012. The same dress was also wore by Princess Claire of Luxembourg.
Crown Princess Mary today attended the Hans Christian Andersen Literature Award which was awarded to author, Salman Rushdie. The award is the most important literature accolade that is award in Denmark.
Rushdie is most famous for being in hiding after being placed under fatwa issued by Ayatollah Khomeini.
Queen Mathilde wins with majority of the votes! In second place is the Duchess of Cambridge; both the Queen and Duchess wore their outfits in commemoration ceremony of the 100th anniversary of Britain getting involved in the First World War in Belgium. Crown Princess Mary came in third in her outfit which she wore on a dinner on the Crown Princely Family’s visit to Greenland. Thanks to everyone for voting, not sure there will be one this week due to the lack of royal activity!