On the cover of Eurowoman

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This month, the Crown Princess is on the cover of Eurowoman, here, a Danish fashion magazine. She was interview to talk about her commitment to humanitarian work and the fact that Denmark will host the world's largest global conference on health, rights and wellbeing of girls and women Women Deliver, here, in May. I first learned about this special edition on Monday. Since then I have been looking forward to finally be able to purchase it myself. This special edition is published with two different covers - one for subscribers and one for everyone else. The interview is 20 pages long and includes many new wonderful pictures of the Crown Princess. She is photographed in her home at Amalienborg. She is surrounded by orchids, pictures of her children, stacks of books neatly placed on a round table and lots of home decors in her favourite colour purple. I have not had time to read the interview yet, but soon I will. Did any of you purchase the edition?

Taking a look at her different outfits I quickly realized that she was wearing numerous brand new pieces of both clothes and accessories. What I see is a very edgy and minimalistic style with a clean silhouette and few decorative details. Personally, I really like what she wore in the interview. This is what I love so much about the Crown Princess - she's both a hardworking woman and advocate for girls and women, and looking super stylish and comfortable in her skin.

Dress: Julie Fagerholt Heartmade Hemsley Dress
Earrings: Dulong Fine Jewelry Kharisma w. 508 diamonds
Shoes: Gianvito Rossi Python Pointed-toe Pump in Beige
Shoes: Prada Beige Pointed Toe Pumps
Bracelet: Georg Jensen Torun in 18k Rose Gold
Ring: Ole Lynggaard Copenhagen Leaves Ring in 18k Yellow Gold
Ring: Dulong Fine Jewelry
Coat: By Malene Birger Torun Coat in Beige
Sleeveless blazer: 2nd Day Alecia (Navy Blazer)
Necklace: Piaget Possession Necklace

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