Tuesday, March 10th
Crown Princess Mary attended the conference entitled the 8th Public Private Dialogue Workshop 2015 on sustainability. The conference took place in the Confederation of Danish Industry, Copenhagen
The Crown Princess also attended the opening of the Home Guard's painting exhibition.
Crown Princess Mary attending the 8th Public Private Dialogue Workshop 2015
It was around noon when the Crown Princess arrived to the House of Industry in Copenhagen where she was about to attend the 8th Public-Private Dialogue Workshop 2015. The event aim to share and exchange knowledge and support the PPD (Public-Private Dialogue) practitioners. Mary was the guest of honor but she wasn't the only one participating, also business managers and leading politicians attended from all over the world. The Crown Princess was warmly welcomed with smiles, flowers and greetings. When the Crown Princess entered the stage to give the opening speech of the conference, she spoke about the important topic's poverty and climate change as well as gender equality. Her speech was met by a laud applause. From front raw she listened to all the other key note speakers also attending the conference. Her visit at the Public-Private Dialogue Workshop was followed by the opening of an exhibition.
Crown Princess Mary attending the opening of an exhibition
As the first thing in the morning Crown Princess Mary attended the 8th conference Public-Private Dialogue Workshop 2015 at House of Industry in Copenhagen. Her attendance was followed by the opening of the Home Guard's painting exhibition in Copenhagen City Hall, as guest of honor. Here 14 paintings are exhibited made by artist Mathilde Fenger, here. Once again, Mary was welcomed by a flower girl handing over the most beautiful bouquet of flowers to the Crown Princess. Then she was given a tour around the exhibition to see all the incredible exhibited pieces by Mathilde Fenger, who also attended the opening. She was the one telling Mary the story behind the paintings. Mary seemed very impressed by everything she saw. I think the Crown Princess enjoyed her day.
A few days ago I received an email from one of my readers, saying that she thinks Mary has worn way too much black lately. Maybe Mary also received that email because attending these two events, she wore anything else but black. Only bright colours! At several occasions Mary has expressed how much she loves colours. It is no secret that the weather in Denmark are changing; we are getting closer to spring each day. Still, it is not warm yet and Mary wore her SAND Copenhagen coat to keep warm between the two events. Fun fact: the first time she was wearing this coat it was with a blue dress as this one. Pretty sure it was during a visit to Russia a few years ago. Unfortunately, I have no idea where to find her new bright blue dress. I keep thinking of Hugo Boss. Some of you suggested it being the same as the one she wore at the christening of the twins. Simple answer; it's not the same. She added a beautiful green brooch, her golden Cartier watch, a bracelet from Marianne Dulong and earrings from Hartmann's. The navy blue clutch is her bag from Quidam; the same as her grey and black one. The Christian Louboutin pumps have been seen at countless occasions before today. Such a gorgeous outfit!
Coat: SAND Copenhagen
Watch: Cartier Tank Francaise in 18K Yellow Gold
Bracelet: Marianne Dulong Kharisma Diamonds Bracelet w. Diamond
Clutch: Quidam Calfskin Clutch
Shoes: Christian Louboutin Decollete 868 Beige/Caramel pumps