Conference on well-being in Brøndby

Tuesday, October 27th

Crown Princess Mary attended a conference on well-being in children's spare time along with the Mary Foundation in Brøndby.

The Crown Princess was in a really great mood and filled with confidence when she, around noon, arrived to attend a conference on well-being of children in their spare time. The conference took place in House of Sport in Brøndby. Here she, among others, participate a debate on girls well-being because studies have shown that girls are less able to adapt socially in spare time activities as for instance in a football club than boys are. The reason why I mention football clubs as an example is because Mary has in collaboration with the Mary Foundation, Red Barnet, DBU and TrygFonden developed the project Klubfidusen working with bullying and loneliness among boys and girls in football clubs in Denmark. This project, established in 2013, is a great start to fight for well-being among children. To welcome everybody she gave a speech where she pointed out how important it is for all kids to enjoy their spare time, here. School is not something the kids decide, it's needed, but in their spare time they get to decide how to enjoy activities they like whether it is football, choir or a third thing. Many children look forward to their leisure activities. The sad thing is that studies, made by the Mary Foundation and Red Barnet, show that every eighth child has stopped for a leisure activity partly because of bullying or failure to thrive and in and fifty percent of these cases, though the child's parents do not about this reason. At the conference several well-known people attended as Claus Bretton Meyer, the CEO of Danish Football Association and journalist Jess Dorf Petersen and Morten Ankerdal also attended. The Crown Princess gave an interview to Tv2 after yesterday's event, here. The interview is about 5 minutes and show how well-informed and eloquent she is.

What Mary wore at the conference was really great. She embrace a business-looking outfit by wearing one of her well-known Prada blouses last worn when Prince William and his wife Cathertine, Duchess of Cambridge a few years ago. At that time, she wore the blue blouse with black trousers and a long black coat. Not the best combination, this one is much better. The slim trousers and new blazer showed her figure beautifully. I fell in love with the new Massimo Dutti blazer right away. First the style reminded my of something special, but after a quick search I ran out of ideas. I thought I had to have you help but suddenly 'Massimo Dutti' popped up in my head and guess what, here it was. So no need for help on that one. For quite a while not many pictures of Mary have been published, which is such a shame I think. That is why it's so hard for me to tell exactly what she wore during the different events. What I see from yesterday is a golden bracelet that looks new, her golden Cartier watch and that she might be wearing nail polish. I would so much like to tell you more about all of this, but right not it's not possible. The curly hair and natural makeup gave her the perfect feminine look I love so much. Her Jewlscph earrings are reused, but really hard to track down anymore. That dazzling burgundy bag is from Hugo Boss, first worn in Lithuania last month, here. Because of the bag I would have love if she wore matching pumps, but she didn't. In the end I'm quite impressed by everything I see from what she wore at the conference. 

Blazer: Massimo Dutti Polka-Dot Print Jacket
Blouse: Prada Blouse in Grey
Earrings: Jewlscph
Watch: Cartier Tank Francaise 18K Yellow Gold
Bag: Hugo Boss Mila-F in Bordeaux

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