The ANZAC Day

Saturday, April 25



Crown Princess Mary attended the ANZAC day (Australian and New Zealand Army Corps) in Kastellet, Copenhagen. This year all those who fought in World War 1, the battle at Gallipoli in Turkey 1915th, now 100 years ago.

What is ANZAC day all about?
First of all; ANZAC stands for Australian and New Zealand Army Corps. It's one day, on April 25th,  each year that broadly commemorates all Australians and New Zealanders who served and died in war or any kind of conflict are honored. Read more here.

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I am pleased to see that Mary attend a ceremony like this, she shows the dead one last honor. Our past is helping to create the future. Therefore, it is important to remember what once happened. The men who served and died in the war deserves to be honored. I think it's important to remember how much our ancestors have helped to create the world we live in now. There's much to thank them for.

... Let's make one minutes of silence to honor them

A day like this, the important thing is not what she's wearing. Still I'll make a shot comment. Mary was very presentable dressed in a blue dress with a black jacket. Bev made me aware that she has worn it twice before, at One Europe-One Market 2012 and An Open World 2013. It makes more sense if you just take a look at it, then if I have to describe it to you. Her head was dressed with a black Susanne Juul hat, caring a black Carlend Copenhagen clutch and her beloved SAND pumps. On her chest she wore a special brooch made by Australian jewellery designer Sylvia Dimasi. Read more about the brooch here. Also used as a ring.

Hat: Susanne Juul
Brooch: By Sylvia Dimasi
Clutch: Carlend Copenhagen Vanessa
Shoes: SAND

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