“Amnesty International” Congress in Nyborg

Sunday, April 27th
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Crown Princess Mary attended, as keynote speaker, the Amnesty International's congress at Hotel Nyborg Stand in Nyborg. The Crown Princess was invited because of her role as a global advocate for girls and women's sexual and reproductive rights and as patron of the United Nations Population Fund.

Amnesty International
With the vision that every single human being can enjoy human rights, Amnesty has grown to have over 3 million member worldwide. Amnesty International was founded back in 1961 by Peter Benenson. They work with three basic values: human worth, justice and action. You find more information on Amnesty International here.

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As Danish Crown Princess committed as global advocate for girls and women's sexual and reproductive rights, health and well-being and as patron of the United Nations Population Fund, Mary  attended Amnesty International's congress 2014, this year titled My Boby My Rights, held each year which took place at Hotel Nyborg Strand in Nyborg. She arrived to Nyborg around 11:00 am. local time and was kindly welcomed. She took the time to speak with some of the children before entering the building. Mary had been invited as guest of honor, one more time to show her commitment to girls and women's health and personal rights, the big theme of the day. The Crown Princess gave a very touching speech at the opening of the congress where she told about some of the girls and women she has met in her work with health and personal rights. She emphasized that it is human lives we are talking about. It is important we do something, not just see it as numbers and statistics, but as a person's life. Mary sees it as a human right to decide over her own body, here she refer to today's topic; My Boby My Rights. With a personal story on a female obstetrician from Tchad, who said: "When a woman becomes pregnant in my country, she stands with one foot in the grave" Mary ended her speech. As a symbolic gesture, Mary places a puzzle piece at a large picture of a woman  on the floor.

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The calendar now says April and finally we get to see a real spring outfit! What she had chosen to wear just made me so happy looking at. Despite it's not the first time we see her in that lovely white dress, which by the way is from Prada but no longer available anywhere online so I can't show it to you, I have really come to love it. Simplicity wins. Do you even remember it? -First time we saw her wear the dress was in 2010 the same day her twin pregnancy was announced and then she wore it a year later when her oldest son, Prince Christian, received a traditional Greenlandic outfit as a gift from the Greenlandic people. I have been dying to see her in it again and finally it was time. Another successful outfit of hers. She impressed me even more with the raspberry pink cardigan, really I had not seen that coming but it looks f-a-b-u-l-o-u-s! Don't think we have ever seen it before, nor do I know where it is from. Maybe you do? With my eyes sticking to her dress and cardigan I stumble across pictures also showing her shoes. I immediately adore her outfit even more. Her beige patent leather pumps from Miu Miu have I always love so much. The shape, colour and golden detail on the heel are all perfect. They even look comfortable to wear. I wouldn't mind those becoming a part of my shoe collection. She dazzled wearing both earrings and a bracelet from Marianne Dulong, a combo seen at several occasions before this one, such as her golden Shamballa Jewels bracelet. To top of the look, Mary had chosen a brown handmade croco clutch by Carlend Copenhagen. Hairstyle and makeup were just as simple as the rest of her look.

Dress: Prada
Earrings: Marianne Dulong
Bracelet: Marianne Dulong Anello Pearl Bracelet, Big DKK 36.900
Clutch: Carlend Copenhagen Vanessa Origincal Croco DKK 8.500
Shoes: Miu Miu Kassandra $175 (pre-owned)

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