The Crown Princess was not far from home, when she welcomed a new defibrillator at the entrance to Amaliehaven right next to Amalienborg. This new defibrillator was given to the Crown Princess back in 2019. A gift from the Heart Association, for which Crown Princess Mary is also the patron.
In 2019, the Heart Association gathered money for more defibrillators. The collected money was enough for 400 new defibrillators across the country. One of them is now placed at Amaliehaven in Copenhagen close to Frederik VIII's palace, where the Crown Prince family lives.
Crown Princess Mary wished to locate the new defibrillator somewhere in Copenhagen, where many people often gathers. That is by Amaliehaven was chosen. CEO of the Heart Association Anne Kaltoft handed over the new lifesaving instrument. I guess, the Crown Princess had her thing to say, when the place was chosen and she seemed happy about this location.
Even though sun and warmer weather has arrived to Denmark, we still need cosy outerwear. Mary's look is exactly what I mean. A longer wool-blend coat, gloves and a higher neckline. I would wear this in an instant. Love the combination of the navy blue Fonnesbech coat and the visible details of the her Ted Baker jumper. She first wore this magnificent coat at Copenhagen Fashion Week in 2016, here and at the latest at the Children's Day 2020, here.
The Ted Baker knitted jumper was a hard one to find. She wore it raptly in 2019, but it took quite awhile to identify it. Now we know who designed it and the characteristic ruffled details around the neckline and hemline, identify it right away. My guess is that Mary was wearing black trousers for this look and maybe some suede pointed boots. That would look great.
She simply embraced the style with darker blue leather gloves and a relaxed blowout. Her smile is indeed the best accessory. These pictures really made my day. The outfit is lovely and the occasion is thoughtful and important. Win-win.
SHOP THE LOOK
Coat ● Fonnesbech
Blouse ● Ted Baker, here