European Emergency Medical Services 2016

Monday, May 30th

Crown Princess Mary attended as patron the opening of the European Emergency Medical Services 2016 congress, which took place at Tivoli Hotel & Congress Center in Copenhagen.

Along with a 1,000 other participants, scientists and health works etc. from more than 36 different countries, the Crown Princess attended as patron the opening of the first European Emergency Medical Services 2016 congress, which took place in the center of Copenhagen at Tivoli Hotel & Congress Center. They were all gathered in Copenhagen to share stories and experiences on how to improve care for actuate patients with among others cardiac arrest, stroke and blood clots outside the hospital/on their way to the hospital. The Crown Princess was welcomed by little Elvira, who received a cardiac arrest, when she was 1 year old. She survived because of the outstanding efforts from her nanny, resuscitation, paramedics and hospital. Elvira was the lucky one to hand over  a bouquet of flowers to the Crown Princess, who seemed really happy meeting Elvira. To officially open the EEMS2016 congress, the Crown Princess gave a short speech.

According to Kongehuset, here, she visited 'Laerdal Medical' focusing on how to save lives. The visit was followed by a visit at TrygFonden's workshop, where she was introduced to a AED network. It was with great interested that the Crown Princess was enlightened about the latest technology.  Before leaving the congress, after about an hour or so, she was also introduced to the capital's brand new ambulances that play music. Her participation didn't go unnoticed; both national and international press followed her around such as the proud and honored director of the Prehospital Business in the Capital Region, Freddy Lippert. He is also the host of the congress.

I am absolutely thrilled to see her wearing that Ralph Lauren (collection: Blue Label) dress again. I fell in love with it the second she wore it first time in 2010, when the royal couple visited Arlington National Cemetery, here. It is such a remarkable dress featuring an incredible floral print. Like in 2010, she was wearing her stylish Christian Louboutin pumps. A really great match. Two pieces proving that a classy style is always trendy, no matter what time a year it is. A detail about this outfit I have to mention, is the fact that she is wearing a coral nail polish which seems to be one of her favourite colours to wear right now. The last four events Mary has attend, she has matched her outfit with this significant colour. Very chic. Another super classy accessory - white pearls. Both bracelet and earrings are from Dulong Fine Jewelry and have been worn at multiple occasions before. As bag she wore a beige quilted Chanel bag featuring the iconic chain strap and golden logo. I'm not quite sure it's the exact same model I've shared with you below, but maybe you can help me. What I know for sure is that two of her three diamond rings are from Ole Lynggaard Copenhagen. My personally  number one favourite jewellery brand. Yet another wonderful outfit worn by the Crown Princess.

Dress: Ralph Lauren Devon Vintage Floral Dress
Earrings: Dulong Fine Jewelry
Bracelet: Dulong Fine Jewelry Anello Pearl Bracelet, Gold
Rings: Ole Lynggaard Copenhagen Love Bands, White Gold
Shoes: Christian Louboutin Decollete 100mm Leather Pumps in Beige

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