Day 2: Official Visit to Estonia

April, 2nd
Photo @Agnés Colbert
Along with the Mary Foundation and Save the Children (Red Barnet) is Crown Princess Mary on a two days visit to Estonia because of their commitment to the foundations Free of Bullying project as the first country abroad Denmark. 

Program: Estonia
  • 10:00 am. Crown Princess Mary attended a Free of Bullying conference.
  • 11:00 am. Crown Princess Mary attended the seminar about sustainable fashion.
  • 12:00 pm. She had lunch at the Danish Embassy in Estonia. 
  • 2:00 pm. Crown Princess Mary visited the school Kadrioru Saksa Gümnaasium.
  • 3:00 pm. Crown Princess Mary visited the Estonian Children's Literature Centre.
  • 4:00 pm. Crown Princess Mary attended a concert followed by a reception at the Blackheads House. 

It was such a great first day in Estonia yesterday. Mary seemed so happy and relaxed. The exact same Mary we was on her second, and last, day during her visit which was all about the Mary Foundation's Free of Bullying program which is now in Estonia as well. Half of her day was used to attending a Free of Bullying conference, visiting a school and a literature centre.

Early in the morning she arrived to attend a conference about one of her own programs that has just moved to Estonia. I really believe it was a proud woman who attended this conference because she has managed to create a foundation with solid values which can also be used abroad to make life better for more children, not only in Denmark. The Free of Bullying program is created to prevent bullying in age of kindergarten and pre school. An hour later she attended a seminar about sustainable fashion followed by a lunch at the Danish embassy in Estonia.

The next three hours she visited both the school Kadrioru Saksa Gümnaasium, the Estonian Children's Literature Centre and a concert such as an reception at the Blackheads House. It was such a pleasure receiving photos from Agnés Colbert who went to Estonia to follow Mary on her two days visit. Such lovely pictures of Mary along with the children at  Kadrioru Saksa Gümnaasium school and Children's Literature Centre. She showed a sincere interest in talking to the children. They showed her their drawing and what they had been working on till the day she came to visit.

At 4 PM she attended a concert followed by a reception which was the last events before returning home to Denmark after two great days in Estonia, what I know of was her first time there. I hope we get many more of these visits in the future. 

Photo @Agnés Colbert
Photo @Agnés Colbert
Photo @Agnés Colbert
I am not sure what you think about this new burgundy suit, but I love it! This dark red colour is one of my personal favourites and it suits Mary perfectly with her dark brown hair. I have been looking everywhere to identify the designers and finally I was able to find what I was looking for. The Danish designer Elise Gug (AW13) created her new jacket and matching pencil skirt. Just lovely! A great detail is the snakeskin belt from Balenciaga. She wore on the outside of the jacket to create the illusion of her natural waistline. Something we see often with these think belts. It's typical for Mary choosing accessories with a twist, like this one.

To match the belt she was wearing her mid snake skin pumps from Christian Louboutin. Great to see those pumps again. The link you find down below, shows almost the same model as hers. The only difference is the hight of the heel and the fact that Mary's is not made of python. In the most amazing dark black colour, she wore pearl earrings and a bracelet from Marianne Dulong. Stunning pieces, beautifully made. As beautifully does Mary wear them with pride and dignity.

The other golden bracelet you see on her wrist is her Shamballa Jewels bracelet featuring a pink diamond ball used from an old bracelet of hers. Not sure what it costs but I'm pretty sure it's way too expensive to most of us. As the suit, was the dazzling Adax bag she carried in burgundy. It has been seen a couple of times before. Her grey cashmere scarf has been identified as Carlend Copenhagen who also makes these incredible scarfs. One last thing I think you should notice, is her smashing eye makeup. Really beautiful! A wonderful way to end a visit in Estonia. One more time I want to thanks Agnés for getting the chance to share her lovely photos!

Suit: Elise Gug
Belt: Balenciaga Snakeskin Skinny Belt $175
Earrings: Marianne Dulong Anello Pearl Earrings w. Diamonds DKK 19.900
Bracelet: Marianne Dulong Anello Pearl Bracelet, Big DKK 36.900
Bracelet: Shamballa Jewels Royal Bracelet w. Argyle Pink Diamond Pavé
Rings: Ole Lynggaard Copenhagen Love Bands
Scarf: Carlend Copenhagen Grey Cashmere Scarf
Bag: Adax Spinea A4 DKK 2.999
Shoes: Christian Louboutin Python Pumps $515 (pre-owned)

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