On December 1, Princess Marie participated in a Christmas concert at the Trinity Church in Copenhagen to mark World AIDS Day. After the Christmas concert, the Princess took part in a memorial service at Nytorv and lit a candle.
The tradition of lighting candles started in 1994 by the Positive Group, which provides support to HIV-infected men. This year more than 2,000 lights were lit in memory of the Danes who have died of AIDS.
Prince Joachim and Princess Marie attend a dinner last night gala dinner on the occasion of World Diabetes Day
Cheers to Princess Marie who on November 12, 2013 visited the South Jutland Hospital in Sønderborg. The hospital is started a program involving clowns and clown activities for the children.
Princess Marie on November 5 in Paris at the opening of UNESCO’s 37th conference.
"Children and young people do not discriminate because of gender, race, or religion. They consider differences and multiplicity an asset and we need them to hold onto this perception. That is the foundation of equality and peace in the world."
New Year’s Court:
Princess Marie was Sunday 6 October to present at Neighborhood Mothers Country Organisation Landsmøde in Vejle.
Danish royals arriving at the opening of Parliament on October 1, 2013.
Princess Marie recycled the purple coat she wore to the Opening of Parliament today. She first wore it in either late 2010 or early 2011 and then again in fall 2011.
The Danish Royal Family attends the Opening of Parliament today
The State Dinner for Vietnam’s President Truong Tan Sang and his wife Mai Thi Hanh in Copenhagen on September 18, 2013.
Princess Marie first wore this dress at a Court Ball on January 27, 2010.