Visiting the University Hospital in Aarhus

Wednesday, September 16th

Crown Princess Mary visited the University Hospital in Aarhus along with the Heart Association. Followed by the opening of the international school Aarhus Academy for Global Education (AAGE) in Aarhus. 1 1

Crown Princess Mary arrived to the University Hospital in Aarhus with a huge smile on her face. It was as patron of the Heart Association she payed a visit to the hospital. Here she was welcomed by const. chief physician Anne Kaltoft, staff and doctors working at the University hospital. The Crown Princess got a chance to talk to and meet the departments "Heart disease" and " the Children's Department". She met some of the children who are hospitalized with heart diseases.

In addition, meeting the staff and the hospitalized children, the Crown Princess watched a heart operation of a 14 year old boy from an observation room. She showed great interest in everything she saw and all the stories she heard. Like always Crown Princess Mary took the time to see, met and talk to the children on the hospital, eye to eye.

The visit lasted more or less, two and a half hour which is a rather long time for a royal visit. Her visit at the hospital was followed by at visit at Aarhus Academy for Global Education to attend the opening of new facilities at Dalgas Avenue near Marselisborg Palace. Here she was welcomed by the Mayor in Aarhus Jacob Bundsgaard and rector of AAGE Charles C. Hanna such as students in all ages. The Crown Princess gave a speech and the some of the students sang for her a self written dedicated to her. During the visit she was given a tour on the schools playground where she took the time to talk with four students with four different nationalities -Indian, Danish, American and Chinese. After a little chat it was time to leave Aarhus and go back to Copenhagen. 

Dazzling in a bright pink Goat Fashion dress she really amazed me. She was like a star dressed in pink. I'm really happy to see this dress again in a new combo with snake accessories and a wonderful coat identified by Kate as Joseph. I have a thing with grey coats therefor I'm in love with this one. You might remember the dress from when Mary attended the Day of Research 2015, here. I wonder how she manages to keep up the great work choosing her outfits this well? It's like she never has a bad hair day or a "bad clothes day". Mary always find the best and most magnificent trends, take them and wear them her way.

Of course she wore her pink leather clutch from Carlend Copenhagen. As I mentioned before, she wore snake print accessories to this colourful outfit. We all know about her pumps. Python snake pumps from Christian Louboutin and than a little snakeskin belt from Balenciaga. Actually, I've been looking forward to comment on her jewellery. The Orit Elhanati-necklace you know, she has worn it several times at different occasion. The large black pearl bracelet is a Marianne Dulong and overwhelming beautiful. Then we have what I'm even more exited about the new ring on her right hand. It features a black Tahitian pearls and to me it look like the white pearl ring from Marianne Dulong. That's why I'm sure this is from the same designer. Do you have a close up photo? 

Coat: Joseph Double Cashmere Oslo Coat
Dress: Goat fashion Nesta Wool-Crepe Dress in Purple
Belt: Balenciaga Snakeskin Skinny Belt
Necklace: Orit Elhanati The Abyss Necklace
Bracelet: Marianne Dulong Anello Pearl Bracelet
Clutch: Carlend Copenhagen Vanessa
Shoes: Christian Louboutin

Ideas for identification
Ring: Marianne Dulong

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