Tuesday, November 24th
Crown Princess Mary attended as patron of the Child Welfare Day and eboks' tennis event along with Danish tennis player Caroline Woznoacki in KB-Hallen, Frederiksberg.
For several years the Crown Princess has been patron of the Child Welfare Day, which aims to encourage children and young people in care to became the best version of themselves by committing them in specially developed activities and projects. On Tuesday, 22 of these children who are living in institutions or with foster families, were chosen to participate in a very special three-hour sports event in the KB-Hall in Frederiksberg, Copenhagen. The event was organized by the Child Welfare Day and eboks. It was a little more special than usually because the Crown Princess and the famous Danish tennis player Caroline Woznoacki attended. Also the Children's Aid Director, Ina Thorndahl, and the e-Boks' CEO, Henrik Andersen attended yesterdays sports event. Shortly after the arrival the Crown Princess changed to another pair of shoes and played a double with Caroline and the two friends Tobias and Nicolaj. The children were clearly overwhelmed to get the change to both meet and play with Caroline who is a world famous tennis player and the future Queen of Denmark. Both the Crown Princess and Caroline were in a excellent mood during the day and by no doubt gave all the kids a wonderful day to remember.
I truly understand why Mary chose this outfit. It is cold outside and the weather is changing all the time. A few days ago we got snow and now the sun is shining despite the cold. Mary has chosen darker colours, knitwear and a cosy scarf. I've always admired her way of wearing trousers. She wear any kind of trousers with great perfection. At the tennis event she wore simple navy blue trousers that perfectly matched her knitted jumper from JOSEPH featuring a white blouse underneath. We saw the knitwear back in August when the family were on vacation in Gråsten. Afterwards, I got lucky and identified it. Both the jumper and slim trousers looked good with the grey Naledi Copenhagen scarf, seen at a few others occasions. Among others, when Kofi Annan was visiting Denmark back in 2013, here. Something else we have seen before are her grey Gianvito Rossi ankle boots. Talking about boots. Makes me want to mention a little trick Mary often use. Wearing sheer stocking in the same colour as your shoes and/or trousers. Socks are just boring to look at but this way it look stylish and smashing at the same time. Arriving she was wearing a coat, which I haven't been able to identify yet, but I am pretty sure it is the same as worn on September 15th when she attended the Advise for Life 2015, here. Yet, another thing I have to mention (if you haven't already seen it) is her new dark green ring and the fact that she's wearing burgundy nail polish. When it comes to jewellery, she also embrace the style by wearing round earrings from Jewlscph.