Therapy with TUBA in Copenhagen

Thursday, August 18th

Crown Princess Mary attended a group therapy session at TUBA with young men and woman such as a therapist, to talked about problems and experience to be a child of parents with an abuse.

Back in 2014 TUBA (Therapy and advise for young people who are children of alcohol abusers) - was given the Crown Prince couples Social Prize. When the Crown Princess handed over the award to Axel Klemensen and Henrik Appel, she reasoned why with these words, here. At that time the Crown Princess made a promise that one day she'd visit the organization. And here she is, a year later. According to statistics; TUBA helps more than 400 children and young people each year. They are doing an incredible job, all voluntarily. I'm not child of alcohol abusers or know anyone who are therefor I can't tell how hard it is, but if 400 children and young people each year need help I am grateful an organization like TUBA exists. Most times, issues can be solved by talking about the problems. Organization's like TUBA always impress me and I'm grateful. I hope that the organization will keep going with their impressive job for a long time and I wish the best of lucky with all their future projects. Her visit in the rooms of TUBA at Vesterbro, Copehagen, lasted for about two hours. She met several young people who have been a part of the therapy sessions TUBA offers. According to different articles, the Crown Princess also took part in the session without as much as word.
After two hours of therapy the Crown Princess was on her way home, but the car that was about to pick her up was a little late, so Mary had to wait standing on the street. Not something I remember we have experienced before. Things happen. She was quite calm and to some Danes joy they got a rather rare glimpse of their Crown Princess.

Sitting in a light grey couch talking to several member and involved people, she blended in with her new Signe Bøgelund-Jensen dress. This was identified by Kate. A wonderful dress. When I first saw it, I had no idea who the designer could be, maybe because I haven't had the time to actually look at it closely. My two weeks of vacation is to blame that I'm a little behind with the blog or at least I was. Her hair was beautifully waved which gave her a soft and more casual look next to the rather delicate Bøgelund dress. The diamond earrings are from Hartmann'sAnni LuCharlotte Wæhrens and Marianne Dulong created her bracelets. This is a wild guess, but I think she could be wearing a diamond ring from Ole Lynggaard Copenhagen as well. The two necklaces are from Marianne Dulong and Orit Elhanati. Two classic pieces of jewellery, just way more fun and playful. She completed her outfit with nude patent leather pumps from Jimmy Choo, not seen in years.

Dress: Signe Bøgelund-Jensen Draped Dress
Necklace: Orit Elhanati The Abyss Necklace
Necklace: Marianne Dulong Atlantic Necklace
Bracelets: Anni Lu Mess Army Bracelet 
Bracelet: Anni Lu Fun Bracelet Army
Bracelet: Charlotte Wæhrens Rainbow Bracelet w. Saphires
Bracelet: Marianne Dulong Piccolo Bracelet
Shoes: Jimmy Choo Gilbert Round-Toe Pumps

Ideas for identification
Ring: Ole Lynggaard Copenhagen Love Bands

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