Tuesday, January 17th
Crown Princess Mary attended the presentation of the Heart Association and the Children Foundation's scholarships. The ceremony took place at Hotel d'Angleterre, Copenhagen.
A day with the heart in focus. The Crown Princess had just been visiting Rigshospitalet where she was introduced the project Copenhagen Baby Heart, here. As patron of both the Heart Association and the Children's Foundation she then attended the presentation of three research scholarships taking place at Hotel d'Angleterre. These were given to associate Professor and Chief Physician Kasper Iversen, Chief Physician Henrik Kjærulf and doctor and research associate Amalie Bøggild. Before the ceremony she got the change to meet some of the so called "heart-children", who are children born with a heart failure and their families. Mary took plenty of time to talk to the kids. They were having fun and I am pretty sure everyone had a great time. The kids seemed really seemed to enjoy some time along with the Crown Princess.
Because the ceremony at Hotel d'Angleterre along with the Heart Association and the Children's Foundation was taking place right after she visited Rigshospitalet, not much had changed when it comes to her outfit. She was still wearing that incredibly beautiful new printed blouse from Proenza and that black 3/4 coat, rather long, and a pair of black trousers. Embracing the style, Mary accessorized the look with leather pumps from Gianvito Rossi and a matching suede Hugo Boss clutch. When it comes to jewellery we have a pair of diamond earrings and a stunning diamond brooch which are told to be from Prince Henrik's mother. But as I have said before, it has not been confirmed. With fair skin, natural makeup and feminine curly hair Mary amazed me as always.
Shoes: Gianvito Rossi Brown Business Leather Pumps