10 years with the Mary Foundation

Wednesday, September 6th

A new foundation was established ten years ago on September 11 2007 -of course I talk about the Mary Foundation. The idea goes way back, but became a reality for the Crown Princess three years after her wedding with the Crown Prince of Denmark. Now, ten years have pasted by and it is time to celebrate the foundation's 10th anniversary. This was done with a prestigious dinner at Christian VIIs palace, Amalienborg. Among others, board members and people from the secretary were invited to attend the dinner taking place in a royal atmosphere. Chairwoman Crown Princess Mary arrived in a great spirit accompanied by her husband, Crown Prince Frederik. The Danish royal couple acted as hosts. The Crown Princess held a warm and sincere welcoming speech where she thanked for people's support and trust over the years. Board member Michael Halbye took his chance and thanked the Crown Princess for her great effort and commitment to help people. He also made it clear that he think the Crown Princess is great source of inspiration for her surroundings. Eloquent as the Crown Princess herself. I also want to congratulate the Crown Princess, the Mary Foundation and everyone involved with this anniversary.

A special occasions, take a very special dress. When attending the 10th anniversary dinner for the Mary Foundation, Mary was dressed in a brand new black and white evening gown. And I just have to say "wauw!". What a dress. At first I didn't even recognize her because of the dress and hairstyle. Tell me your first thoughts. I am simply amazed with everything about this new gown -colour, fabric, silhouette. Everything little detail is exquisite. Makes her look her very best. I learned about its identify from Heaven. She got a confirmation from the designer, who also posted pictures with caption on his Facebook. Mary's evening gown is from Lasse Spangenberg Copenhagenhere. He is also the creator of her beautiful New Year gown, here. According to the Facebook post, her gown is made of Mikado silk -a luxurious type of silk that makes a great choice for dresses that needs some structure, this is possible because Mikado silk has a heavier weight. Mary dazzled wearing a reused Georg Jensen necklace featuring a aquamarine blue drop pendant and matching earrings from the same designer and collection. The earrings we see for the first time. She also wore her golden Cartier and Dulong Fine Jewelry bracelets along with a couple of other, unidentified bracelets. Embracing a classy and elegant style, Mary wore a black clutch, possible black pumps and a reused gold leaf hairpiece. Can't hide what I feel about this outfit -she looks gorgeous next to her husband, who was in a stylish black and white tuxedo.

Gown: Lasse Spangenberg Copenhagen
Earrings: Georg Jensen Dew Drop Earrings
Necklace: Georg Jensen Runa Necklace
Pendant: Georg Jensen Dew Drop Pendant
Bracelet: Cartier Love Bracelet
Bracelets: Dulong Fine Jewelry Esme Bracelet

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