Meeting with the United Nations Population Fund

March, 24th
Photo @Agnés Colbert
Crown Princess Mary participated in a meeting with the United Nations Population Fund - UNFPA accompanied by Minister for Development Cooperation Mogens Jensen.

The United Nations Population Fund
Since 1969 where UNFPA started working the number of women and dying from complications of pregnancy or childbirth has been halved which clearly shows how affective their work is. They are the leading United Nations agency aiming for a world where all pregnancies are wanted and where every childbirth is safe for both mother and child. Last but not least they want every young person's potential to be fulfilled. UNFPA - the United Nations Population Fund - try to expand the opportunities for women and young people to live a more healthy and productive life. Read more  UNPFA here.

Only a few days after a successful state visit from Turkey, where the Turkish Presidential couple visited Denmark, Mary is back at work when she a couple of days ago participated in a orientation meeting with the Minister for Development Cooperation Mogens Jensen along with UN's population fund also know under the name United Nations Population Fund, abbreviated to UNFPA. The meeting took place at the Ministry of Foreign Affairs in Copenhagen. Not much have been published from this meeting. It's actually been difficult for me to find anything what they talked about, of course it had something to do with what the UNFPA fund works with -to make every pregnancy wanted, where every childbirth are safe and that every young person's potential are fulfilled. I don't think you find a more dedicated person than Mary when it comes to what she's working for every day. I think she is eminently good at listening, asking questions but also interfere in the discussion with the things she has learned in her time committed to giving women worldwide more possibilities. I hope they all had a exciting and instructive meeting that may lead to future work where they can work together to complete UNFPA's vision and the goals Mary have.

Photo @Agnés Colbert
Despite the lack of informations about the meeting, I'm so lucky to have some photos taken by sweet sweet Agnés Colbert who kindly shared her pictures with me and allowed me to share them with you! I think they were taken before the meeting started but I am not sure. Just to make sure we all know it, then Mary is standing next to Mogens Jensen who is the Danish Minister for Development Cooperation. Like she knew where to attend this meeting, Mary perfectly matched the blue walls surrounding her. with the blue tweed jacket from JOSEPH. We have seen the jacket once before, in 2012 when she attended the opening of the campaign "Skru ned for solen mellem 12-15" and actually I think she wore the same black trousers. I always love to see her wear clothes and accessories again. Makes her a little closer to be a "normal women" like all of us because few of us can afford purchasing new clothes all the time. And then I'm a huge fan of everything in tweed -skirts, dressed, jackets, coats etc. A classic fabric used a lot in the 50s and 60s, my favourite time of fashion history.  As in 2012 she chose a white blouse to the blue jacket and black trousers, a combination I like quite a lot. The trousers makes her look longer and the top part draws your eyes to her wonderful smile and lovely dark brown hair that was so great with the loose curls. Love the length of her hair right now. A long medium length cut. A simple outfit that would do as a workwear look. Easy to copy. Otherwise she kept her look very simple; her black SAND Copenhagen pumps, the golden Shamballa Jewels bracelet a ring or two and a pair of diamond and pearl studs. 

Jacket: Joseph Tweed Cropped Jacket £45
Bracelet: Shamballa Jewels Royal Bracelet w. Argyle Pink Diamond Pavé
Shoes: SAND Copenhagen

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