The EliteForsk Awards 2020

27th February

Finally, she is back for a few days again. We are missing her and the rest of the family, right? The reason for Crown Princess Mary being in Denmark these days is to attend the annual presentation of the EliteForsk Awards and travel grants 2020.

The award show goes back to 2007 with purpose to create attention about research in Denmark. EliteForsk Awards are given by the Danish Ministry of Education and Research. This year the presentation took place in the Opera, center of Copenhagen and the Crown Princess was welcomed by Minister of Education and Research, Ane Halsboe-Jørgensen.

It was with a big smile on her face that she entered the stage and gave a speech followed by a presentation of this years five winners: Professor Sine Reker Hadrup, Professor Mads Meier Jæger, Professor Anders Møller, Professor Tobias Richter and Professor Riikka Rinnan. Congratulations to each one of them with the prestigious gratuity it is to win an EliteForsk Award. What a pleasure it must be to be congratulated by the Crown Princess on such an important day of one's life. I wouldn't mind having that experience to tell my grandchildren.

Crown Princess Mary also handed over 18 travel grants from the Ministry of Education and Research to several talented researchers and students of the field.

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I was thrilled about last years outfit - her in that bright red Dolce & Gabbana dress and grey wool-blend coat, here. Another success this year. Mary repeated a success by wearing her lovely JOSEPH coat. She also kept warm with beige leather gloves, which perfectly matched the beige 1602 clutch. It is made of certified Nile crocodile skin and comes with a removable shoulder-strap. So far, Mary has only dazzled wearing this little bag as a clutch.

For the sixth time Mary stunned wearing her grey tweed dress from Prada. It features a black belt embracing her slim waist and a white Peter Pan collar.

She first showed this incredible dress at the 3rd World Conference on Women's Shelters in 2015, here. Then we saw her in the dress again in 2016 at the presentation of Women's Board Award, here. In 2017, this wonderful dress followed Mary when she attended WHO Award and presenting the EliteForsk Awards of 2017, here. She also showed how to look when visiting the European Council in Strasbourg in 2018, here. Last year, is the last time we have seen her wear the beautiful dress. It was when she attended "Green Challenge" at University of Copenhagen, here. One of my favorite dresses!

Attending the presentation of EliteForsk Awards 2020 in the Opera, Mary embraced the style by wearing impressive diamond earrings from Sophie Bille Brahe and a Dulong Fine Jewelry diamond ring. Two other golden bracelets are also designed and created by Dulong Fine Jewelry and the third one is her legendary Cartier love bangle.

Note that she was also wearing two other diamond bracelets on her right wrist. The golden one we know is from Ole Lynggaard Copenhagen and is from their Love Bands-collection. Turns out, the other one is from the same creator and collection, but made of yellow gold. I am crazy about this outfit. Everything from her diamond earrings to her rose-colored Gianvito Rossi pumps. Really, what is not to love?


Coat ● JOSEPH, here
Dress ● Prada
Earrings ● Sophie Bille Brahe, here
Bracelet ● Ole Lynggaard Copenhagen, here
 Bracelet ● Ole Lynggaard Copenhagen, here
Bracelet ● Dulong Fine Jewelry, here
Bracelet ● Dulong Fine Jewelry, here
Bracelet ● Cartierhere
Ring ● Dulong Fine Jewelry, here
Clutch ● 1602, here
Shoes ● Gianvito Rossi

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