The European Australian Business Council 2019

27 June

According to the official calendar this is the last event for Crown Princess Mary before going on vacation. Not that I know when or where the family are going on vacation, but no more official events for now.

Then, on Thursday noon the Crown Princess arrived to Børsen in Copenhagen to attend The European Australian Business Council. She was kindly welcomed with all it takes to welcome a Crown Princess - flowers, handshakes and lots of friendly smiles. The event was organized and hosted by Dansk Erhverv, a business organization in the field of employment counseling and political interest representation. It was all about stregenthing the relations between Australia and Denmark. Especially, since the marriage between Crown Prince Frederik and the, then Mary Donaldson, Denmark and Australia have built up a strong relationship. It continues. The European Australian Business Council has worked since 1999 to encourage a relationship between the two countries focusing on on trade and investment.

Crown Princess Mary also attended the following reception on behalf gathering at Børsen.

KongehusetDet Danske KongehusFrederik et MaryBilled Bladet

What a stunning showstopper. Mary looked wonderfully beautiful in her bright pink dress from No 21. The color and silhouette are simply outstanding. Makes her skin look vivid and figure look its best. Mary first wore this dress last year when celebrating her husband, Crown Prince Frederik's 50th birthday, here. It was when the couple and four children revealed a new portrait of themselves. Back then I also adored her pink dress.

This time she accessorized the outfit with expensive diamond earrings shaped as flowers. She has worn them on several different occasions, among others when visiting the Faroe Islands in 2018, here. Beautiful piece of work, as with the necklace. It was found at Tiffany & Co. It is part of their Paper Flower Collection, inspired by the flowers of nature. A third diamond pieces worn at The European Australian Business Council 2019, is her Dulong Fine Jewelry ring.

She also embraced the style by wearing an old pink Carlend Copenhagen clutch. This is made of crocodile. It also comes in pink python - I have one myself. A lovely bag. The nude pointed pumps are from Prada. Loved them since we first saw them in 2016. A really well-chosen outfit I think. For sure one I will remember.

Dress ● No 21, here
Earrings ● Purchased on Bruun Rasmussen Auction
Necklace ● Tiffany & Co., here
Ring ● Dulong Fine Jewelry, here
Clutch ● Carlend Copenhagen
Shoes ● Prada, here


  1. Hi: It just seems that one can see the likeness between the crown princess and her daughter, Josephine, more than ever!

    I think the crown princess since the publication of that article on sustainability in fashion has been practicing it with regularity. One can see a decided uptick in reusing clothing of not the recent past but from many seasons ago. What is also notably is the use of accessories especially earrings to pull
    an outfit together.


    1. Glad to know that I am not the only one who noticed her wearing much more of her old clothes and accessories since the article in IN (the Danish fashion magazine). Almost instantly after the publication of the interview, she has been wearing lots of reused pieces from her wardrobe. Can't wait to see what the future will bring us - a wonderful mix of old and new :)