Day 7: Visiting Greenland

Friday, August 8th

Crown Prince Frederik and Crown Princess Mary are visiting South of Greenland along with all four children. The trip takes place from August 1st-8th.

Program: Nuuk
  • 9:30 am. The royal family arrived to Nuuk. 
  • 10:00 am. Crown Prince Frederik and Crown Princess Mary visited the Council Chamber.
  • 10:45 am. Crown Prince Frederik and Crown Princess Mary walked to visit Inatsisartut where they visited the Inatsisartut Hall.
  • 11:30 am. The Crown Prince couple visited Naalakkersuisut.
  • 12:00 pm. Crown Prince Frederik and Crown Princess Mary payed a visit to Nature Institute
  • 1:30 pm. Crown Prince Frederik and Crown Princess Mary visited a Volunteer Centre. 
  • 2:00 pm. Crown Prince Frederik presented the Arctic Winter Games.
  • 2:10 pm. Crown Princess Mary visited the Children's Rights Institution MIO.
  • 2:45 pm. The Crown Prince couple attended the traditional Greenlandic kaffemik.
  • 4:00 pm. The Crown Prince couple visited Arctic Commando.
  • 5:00 pm. Crown Prince Frederik and Crown Princess Mary attended a reception along with the Ivalo & Minik Foundation
  • 7:00 pm. Crown Prince Frederik and Crown Princess Mary hosted a reception at Dannebrog.

The family arrived by boat to the capital Nuuk through the morning fog. Through the fog you could see beautiful colors appear from their Greenlandic national costumes. Everyone of them seemed to be in a great mood, ready for the last day of their trip. All four children joined their mother and father during the day in Nuuk from early morning to late afternoon. I know I mentioned it before, but I really love to see all of them together like this. Think it is a very special experience for both children and parents to attend the same events. Sure there are much to talk about in the evening. So this is their last day which is quite a shame. I really enjoyed every single moment since they arrived a week ago. No time has been waisted, every hour was well planned and they managed to spend seven hours visiting, among others, at least 10 different institutes and centers. Denmark's Radio has made a interview with the couple about their trip to Greenland. It is in Danish, so for you who do not understand this difficult language, just enjoy a couple of minutes with our lovely couple! Watch it here

Of course Mary wore her wonderful national costume with the big pearl collar, the long white boots and a nice little bag made ​​of colored beads. Some of you may admired Mary's hair as much as I do. I can tell you it is the most easy hairdo you have every tried. I love to do it and it’s the perfect way of making no-heat curls. I have found a clip on Youtube for you who would like to try it!

Later the same day, Mary changed her clothes to a more something a bit more casual. If we take it from the top, then she wore a pair black pearl earrings from Marianne Dulong and a bracelet made of the same pearls. In addition, she wore her twisted golden Orit Elhanati necklace. The stunning red, white and black knitted jacket is from Isabel Marant Etoile. One we have seen at a few occasions before this one. It's one of these pieces I never would purchase myself, but after having seen Mary wear it I really want one. The shape is outstanding and it really looks great with a pair of black trousers or, as she did this time, with a black A-line skirt. According to Princesses Watchers the skirt is from Hugo Boss and I have no reason to doubt that at all. Perfectly matching the rest of the outfit she embrace the style by wearing a black Bottega Veneta bag and her pointed leather pumps from SAND Copenhagen.

Thanks for following their trip with me. It has been a true pleasure!

Jacket: Isabel Marant Etoile Ariana Heather Striped Jacket
Skirt: Hugo Boss
Earrings: Marianne Dulong Anello Pearl Earrings
Bracelet: Marianne Dulong Anello Pearl Bracelet
Necklace: Orit Elhanati The Abyss Necklace
Bag: Bottega Veneta Campana Hobo
Shoes: SAND Copenhagen

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