Thursday, March 22nd
Packed up in a warm jacket, the Crown Princess arrived to Brøndby Stadium in Copenhagen to received a very special donation -the UEFA Foundation for Children donation. The Crown Princess received the €50,000 donation as chairwoman of the Mary Foundation for future work to to ensure children's well-being and avoid bullying in football clubs in Denmark. The Mary Foundation and DBU have worked together on several other occasions to aiming a better environment for children in Danish football clubs. It was with a great smile and pride I think, the Crown Princess was handed over the donation. Congrats to the Crown Princess and her foundation with the very fine reward.
The donation was handed over during a game between Denmark and Panama, which the Crown Princess enjoyed along with the other over 10,000 people at Brøndby Stadium.
Truly it was a cold evening when Mary visited Brøndby to received the prestiges donation for her foundation. Guess that's why she had chosen to cover herself up in a cosy and warm outfit. She dazzled in a blueish turtleneck, which I am 99.9% sure was also worn during a trip to Greenland in 2014, here. It has never been identified. This cosy turtleneck was styled with slim jeans and her rather large grey jacket first worn at a football game in Parken in November last year, here. At this time it was identified as Moncler. It works as both a vest and jacket at the same time. A strange, but clever design. Mary seems to love it very much. On a few pictures it is clear that she wore brand new over-the-knee boots. I actually managed to found them at Gianvito Rossi. Do you like them? Because of the length I think they look pretty edgy. At the arrival to Brøndby Stadium I got a glimpse of her wearing diamond earrings, possibly from Hartmann's, and her Tod's bag. Once again I'm impressed by her hair -all voluminous and gorgeous!
Jacket ● Moncler Phemia Wool Blend Jacket