The Christmas seal 2020 & CSR Award 2020

26th October

As patron for the Christmas Seal Foundation, Crown Princess Mary usually attends the presentation of the annual Christmas Seal. This year the presentation took place at Liljeborg in Roskilde - a Christmas Seal Home. 

Despite her attending this annual event, everything was downsized to a minimum. Only very few journalists were allowed, such as other attendances. Usually, many Christmas Seal Home children are also participating the celebration of the new seal, but not this year. We all know why. Once again, we need to adjust outselves to new rules and restrictions in Denmark.

Nevertheless, the Crown Princess was in a great mood. She was welcomed by children with red and white flags. It made her smile even more. Along with the illustrator, Tomas Björnsson (the man who created this years Christmas Seal) she revealed the annual Christmas Seal 2020. Tomas Björnsson had been inspired by the 100th anniversary of Denmark's reunification with Southern Jutland after World War II. This is how the beautiful seal looks like, here

The money collected from selling the Christmas Seals goes to the five Christmas Seal Homes in Denmark. Each year they help more than 1,000 children from isolation, bullying, solitude and from being overweight. One of the children who stayed at Liljenborg proudly shared her experience with the Crown Princess and the rest of the world.

Later in the afternoon, Crown Princess Mary arrived at Børsen in Copenhagen to attend the presentation of CSR Award. For seven years she has handed over the award to Danish companies, who have been able to create the best CSR report on sustainability, climate and corporate social responsibility. All on behalf of FSR -Danish auditors' award ceremony.

She was welcomed by both smiles, rain and Brian Mikkelsen with an umbrella. He is CEO of Danish Businesses and former politician. This year not just one, but two awards were handed over by the Crown Princess. A.P. Møller-Mærsk and Ørsted, and Arla Foods shared the prestigious CSR Award 2020. Congratulations to both of them.

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Not much changed from one event to the other. Actually, she only added a clutch to complete her outfit at the presentation of the CSR Award at Børsen. Mary really wore an incredible outfit. All in purple - her bespoke favorite color. Wish I knew where to find this new set, but so far I got no clue. The silhouette has a certain 70s vibe that I like. Wide legs and a more loose top. Fifty years ago it was all about a loose fit and belts. She really captured the essence of a great fall outfit. Somehow, Mary also makes me wanna try matching purple with grey. Looks great with that grey wool coat. It is still unidentified.

I know as little as nothing about her clothes, but a bit more when it comes to her accessories. Mary loves these simple diamond studs at the moment. A stunning combo of white and yellow diamonds. She was also wearing quite a few bracelets. So far, I recognize two from Dulong Fine Jewelry, one from Cartier and the last one looks exactly like her Ole Lynggaard Copenhagen diamond bangle. A lovely match with a ring from the same Lynggaard Copenhagen collection.

A clutch made the difference. This purple one is a reuse from Hugo Boss. Did you know that she has one in brown as well? Simply wonderful how she managed to find clothes, a clutch and pumps in the same color. Her shoes are a little tricky. Either, she wore old bordeaux Gianvito Rossi pumps, here, or brand new ones in purple, here. Let me know what you see.


Bracelet ● Dulong Fine Jewelry, here

Bracelet ● Dulong Fine Jewelry, here

Bracelet ● Cartier, here

Bracelet ● Ole Lynggaard Copenhagen, here

Ring ● Ole Lynggaard Copenhagen, here

Clutch ● Hugo Boss, here

Shoes ● Gianvito Rossi

Antibulli swimming in Helsingør

22nd October

Crown Princess Mary had an important earring to do, when she arrived to Helsingør Swimming Club. She visited Helsingør with the Mary Foundation to focus on a better sense of unity and combat bullying in swimming amongst children. It is part of the project Antibulli Swimming. The initiative is by the Mary Foundation and Danish Swimming Union with support from TrygFonden.

She was in a particularly great mood, when arriving to Helsingør. All smiles and read for a chat. The children who participated yesterdays swim, gladly shared their positive experiences with the Crown Princess. Antibulli Swimming helps trainers with exercises and specific advice on how to strengthen unity and prevent bullying amongst the children. They even showed her a few of their exercises and it seems like they had a great time doing it.

Both Crown Princess Mary and the Mary Foundation work hard to make more and more children feel part of a community, especially in relation to leisure activities. With such words, the Crown Princess encouraged the children to keep up the good spirit.

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We have already seen quite a lot of really great outfits lately. Both when she attended the launch of World Hour 2020, here, met with WWF World Wild Fund for Nature, here, and at the 50th anniversary of The New Lillebæltsbro, here. When visiting Helsingør Swimming Club along with the Mary Foundation, she was also beautifully dressed in her old Hugo Boss suit. A navy blue beauty featuring some simple, but incredibly clever details. We have already seen this suit on two other occasions back in 2017. First, at the  UNGA conference in New York, here, and later at the Child Welfare Day a couple of months later, here.

Once again, she matched the blue suit with a casual white blouse. Even though Mary has surprised us more than once as Crown Princess, nothing surprised the world as much as when she wore her white Nike sneakers with her white Mark Kenly Domino Tan dress at a visit to Italy, here. In Helsingør, she repeated that success with great success. I do not think I would have chosen that pair of shoes, but Mary embraced the style with perfection.

Her outfit was not that overwhelming, but her jewellery were indeed impressive. I love when she wears this much jewellery. Gives her a more casual look. Sure, her jewellery are incredibly expensive, but Mary makes them look everyday-like. The pink diamond studs are from Hartmann's and the golden necklace is an old goodie from Orit Elhanati. She matched it with yet another necklace. A new one. I still do not know where it is from, but that style is really popular at the moment. I see bracelets from Dulong Fine Jewelry and Cartier, and another one still unidentified. Ole Lynggaard Copenhagen is the master behind Mary's golden diamond ring. Are you as thrilled as I am? Think she also brought with her, her caramel brown leather bag from Prada, here. We get a glimpse of it in the car, when Mary arrived.


Blazer ● Hugo Boss, here

Trousers ● Hugo Boss

Earrings ● Hartmann's, here

Necklace ● Orit Elhanati, here

Bracelet ● Dulong Fine Jewelry, here

Bracelet ● Dulong Fine Jewelry, here

Bracelet ● Dulong Fine Jewelry, here

Bracelet ● Cartier, here

Ring ● Ole Lynggaard Copenhagen, here

Shoes ● NIKE, here

Meeting with WWF Wild Fund for Nature

22nd October

Much is different at the moment because we still try to fight the world spread pandemic. This means that virtual meeting's have become more and more common. Especially for our hardworking Crown Princess. Today, she joined a virtual meeting with WWF World Wild Fund for Nature's presidum.

Crown Princess Mary is newly president for organisation. During the meeting she was informed about the current work and given the latest knowledge about nature, animal life and biodiversity. It is important that we change or way of living. We cannot kill our natural ressources. We need to find the right balance - in her own words. Lately, the Crown Princess has shared much or her work with us personally on social media. It was also the case this time.

At her virtual meeting this morning, Mary wore one of her lovely printed blouses from Lavin. She matched the blouse with a pair of fitted black trousers and what looks like light brown loafers. I could be wrong. The blouse is a reuse and has been worn on quite a few occasions by now. Mainly with trousers and a belt. I especially loved the blouse, when she dazzled in an interview in Berlignske Tidende in 2016, here.

Once again, she embraced her outfit with several golden bracelets. I see at least three from Dulong Fine Jewelry. Seems like they are her favorites at the moment. She added her Cartier bangle and a fourth one I think could be her new one also worn the previous day. The beaded bracelet in pink. Mary topped of her business look with a simple ponytail and diamond studs, such as her beloved Tapet Café clutch. It always follows her on these more private meetings.


Blouse ● Lanvin, here

Bracelet ● Dulong Fine Jewelry, here

Bracelet ● Dulong Fine Jewelry, here

Bracelet ● Dulong Fine Jewelry, here

Bracelet ● Cartier, here

Clutch ● Tapet Café, here

50 years with the New Lillebæltsbro

21st October

In the morning, Crown Princess Mary attended the launch of a new project called World Hour. It is part of the global campagne World's Largest Lessen, here. With only a few hours in between, she later arrived in Middelfart to attended the celebration of something slightly bigger than usual.

In Middelbart she was warmly welcomed by people from near and far. They all wanted to get a glimpse of the future Queen. The Crown Princess was invited to attend the 50th anniversary of The New Lillebæltsbro. The bright connect Jutland and the island of Funen. The bright was officially opened on October 21st 1970 and was designed by the architects, Peter Hvidt and Orla Mølgaard-Nielsen. Imagine designing a bright, right?

The anniversary was celebrated in both Middelbart and Fredericia - the two cities the bright connects. This is also why the Crown Princess was accompanied by both Mayor, Johannes Lundsfryd Jensen from Middelfart and Mayor, Jacob Bjerregaard from Fredericia. Seems like the three of them had a great time crossing the bright both by ship and car.

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Even though the two events were separated by hours, Mary had time to make a quick change. First, she matched her tweed coat from Prada with fitted trousers. Later, attending the 50th anniversary she had changed to something way more comfortable - and warm. Just the way I would dress this time a year. Several layers of clothes. Mary embraced the chic fall outfit by wearing a cosy cable-knitted sweater and what looks like navy blue trousers. Because of the weather she did not only wear one coat, but two.

That long down coat kept her warm. The other one protected her from the rain. Both coats seems to be from Uniqlo U. Kate found her down coat and I managed to identify the other one. I figured that it comes in several different colors, but I believe I found the right color. I would not mind wearing this on a rainy day myself. Her knitted har perfectly matched the rest of her outfit. It is a reuse, but I have never managed to find out where it is from.

Despite she was all covered up we did get a glimpse of her jewellery. Like earlier during the launch of World Hour 2020, she was still wearing her jewellery from both Hartmann's, Dulong Fine Jewelry and Ole Lynggaard Copenhagen. Her dark blue ankle boot are new too. I learned from Heaven that her new boots are from Prada. Incredible design.


Coat ● Uniqlo U, here

Coat ● Uniqlo U, here

Earrings ● Hartmann's, here

Bracelet ● Dulong Fine Jewelry, here

Bracelet ● Dulong Fine Jewelry, here

Ring ● Ole Lynggaard Copenhagen, here

Shoes ● Prada, here

Launching The World Hour 2020

21st October

The Crown Princess is indeed a busy woman these days. She has participated several meeting's lately and on Wednesday she attended the launch of a new project.

She arrived to Copenhagen City Hall as guest of honor to attend the very first World Hour 2020. The project is part of the global campagne World's Largest Lesson, which is all about raising awareness of the UN's 17 World Goals in primary and lower secondary education in Denmark. The big event was also broadcasted live.

Despite pouring rain, Crown Princess Mary was in a splendid mood. She was one big smile. Rasmus Prehn, Danish Minister of Development Corporation also attended the event. He was seated right next to the Crown Princess. 

Several speeches were given and football was played. Kind of, because everyone attending got a small football with the 17 world goals printed on it. This little "football game" was great amusement for everybody. Crown Princess Mary gladly participated.

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For the launch, Mary had chosen to wear one of my favorite outfits. I simply love, when she wears that Prada coat and those fitted trousers as an outfit. We first saw that match in 2016, when she attended the opening of a new healthcare school, here. The coat originally goes back to 2010, here. For many years, she only wore is with dresses. But the last four years, she has preferred trousers. I like that change. What do you prefer?

She embraced the chic style with lots of interesting accessories. I am sure the first thing noticed, was her bright yellow Gianvito Rossi pumps. Impressive color. For years I have wished to see them worn with another outfit. Maybe that is going to happen one day. Nevertheless, they look magnificent with her tweed Prada coat. I wonder why she was not wearing any clutch or bag. Then I realized that her lady-ind-waiting wore one her of old Hugo Boss bag's. Maybe she had her carry her bag?

Mary's jewellery are also quite interesting. Seems like she is very fund of her pink diamond earrings from Hartmann's these days. The golden necklace is also an old goodie. It is her twisted golden necklace from Orit Elhanati. A closer look at her jewellery also reveals that she was wearing her engangement ring again along with a Ole Lynggaard Copenhagen ring. The several bracelets are a combination of new and reused pieces. One is brand new. A powder pink beaded bracelet, which has not been identified yet. Her three other ones are created by Dulong Fine Jewelry - of of them are new. All these bracelets makes me wanna try something similar. Are you inspired too?


Coat ● Prada

Earrings ● Hartmann's, here

Necklace ● Orit Elhanati, here

Bracelet ● Dulong Fine Jewelry, here

Bracelet ● Dulong Fine Jewelry, here

Bracelet ● Dulong Fine Jewelry, here

Ring ● Ole Lynggaard Copenhagen, here

Shoes ● Gianvito Rossi, here

Meeting with the Mary Foundation's youth panel

20th October

Crown Princess Mary is a hardworking woman. Even when she is not attending official event she is on the run. On Tuesday, she met with David Beasley, the Executive Director for World Food Programme and Rasmus Prehn, Danish Minister of Development Corporation, here. The following, Crown Princess Mary participated in a meeting with the Mary Foundation's youth panel.

The youth panel and Crown Princess Mary were gathered to discuss the well-being of young people during COVID-19. Also the younger generation struggle in times like this. They are separated from their friends, have had only minimal access to going to school and more experience the feeling of being isolated and alone.

With great interest, the Crown Princess listened to both ideas and possible solutions for how to create better well-being in the future, as well as how loneliness can be combated among young people. The youth panel gladly shared everything they had on their mind with the Crown Princess.

Later, she shared her thoughts about the meeting. In a post on Facebook Crown Princess Mary writes that it makes her really happy to feel all the consideration and compassion for those who struggles the most right now. About a week later or so, the Mary Foundation and the Danish Court shared a video from the meeting showing what great dialogue the panel had with Crown Princess Mary, here.

I do not think we get to see Mary more casual than this. Even though she is at a meeting, she was all comfortable. Both in what she was wearing and how she acted. All natural, Mary was dressed in a soft pink turtleneck blouse from ZARA. This is the third time we see it. Last year, she matched it with simple grey trousers. With only a couple of pictures and now a video from the meeting, I am still not sure what she wore to embrace the style of her powder pink blouse. To me it looks like she was wearing black trousers. 

She embraced the outfit with a lovely ponytail. It does not get any more casual than that, but somehow Mary always makes a ponytail look way more chic than when I do one. A closer look made me aware that she also styled her outfit with white and pink diamond earrings. What a splendid combo.

I would love to hear how would you style a pink turtleneck like this. With trousers? A blazer? A long vest?Share your thoughts with me.


Blouse ● ZARA, here

Meeting with the World Food Project

19th October

As Crown Princess you meet a lot of people every day. Yesterday, Crown Princess Mary had the pleasure of meeting with the Executive Director for WFP (the World Food Pragramme), David Beasley and the Danish Minster of Development Corporation, Rasmus Prehn. The meeting took place at Amalienborg.

Meeting with these two gentleman, the Crown Princess had the opportunity to congratulate both WFP and David Beasley for being awarded for the Nobel Peace Prize 2020. What a reward, right? The reason why WFP has been awarded is because of their effort to, among other things, combat hunger. They have managed to improve conditions for peace in conflict-areas. WFP also work to prevent hunger from being a weapon in conflicts.

David Beasley also informed the Crown Princess of their future plans and strategic to create more secure ground for those who have to face a food insecure future. I am sure WFP has Crown Princess Mary's full support.

Always dressed to impress. Just look at that outfit. Mary really nailed it this time. What a lovely everyday look for all us us to try. Even though we do not have the exact same trousers in that grey color, and that exact embellished blouse, it is a rather easy outfit to copy. Pair wide-leg trousers with a soft material blouse. Here you go.

Mary embraced this incredible look by wearing a brand new REDValentino blouse. It was identified by Heaven. As you see, it features a embellished Peter Pan collar. Actually, that would be an easy DIY-project. I am really in love with the puffed sleeves. Such as great detail, especially with the rather slim cuffs. She matched the new black blouse with a pair of light grey trousers. To me they look new. She also wore a patent leather belt that perfectly matched the trousers. Maybe they come with a belt?

She also accessorized her business-look with diamond studs and some kind of golden ring. At the moment I cannot give you any more information about her jewellery simply because of poor photo quality. It could be one of her rings, here. The simple ponytail made her even more down-to-earth. I tend to say "of course" Mary topped of her outfit with matching grey suede pumps from Gianvito Rossi.


Blouse ● REDValentino, here

Shoes ● Gianvito Rossi, here


12th October

Usually, the Copenhagen Fashion Summit is this great event that gathers people from all over the world in Copenhagen to discuss the matter of fashion. Crown Princess Mary has attended the event for many years and now she even reached the status of patron for the Global Fashion Agenda.

On that purpose, she also attended this year but everything was a bit different that we are use to, because CFS+ took place as a digital summit due to the current situation with COVID19. The global pandemic already changed a lot of what we knew, but it also is the reason why we get even more innovative and creative with our lifes. When one door closes, another one opens.

CFS+ is this digital summit that focuses on sustainable fashion. It gathers all kinds of participating people form the fashion industry from all around the word. Both experts, NOG's politicians and medias gather up and debate what solutions are needed to improve the industry and make it more sustainable.

Crown Princess Mary was interviewed by CEO of Global Fashion Agenda, Eva Kruse. Among other things, the two of them discussed value during the almost 15 minutes interview. The video taped interview took place in DR's Concert Hall in Copenhagen and was broadcasted as part of the summit on Monday.

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Judging by what she was wearing during the interview, I guess it was recorded before or after she attended the International Day of the Girl Child on October 7th, here. Mary was wearing the exact same outfit on both events. Even her jewellery were the same.

For her interview, Mary was dressed in a black suit. We know the blazer is a reuse one from Alexander McQueen and because the trousers are much like his design too it is likely that they are from the same designer. Please note that I have no visual proof yet. She matched her black sui with a dark green blouse. So far, I have not been able to identify the blouse.

The amazing combination of jewellery made her outfit complete. Everything golden looks great with both green and black. Her earrings, the green ring and two of the golden bracelets are all pieces from talented Dulong Fine Jewelry. The ring is a rather new addition. It features a green stone and diamonds on each side. Ole Lynggard Copenhagen is the other designer that have created several of her jewellery. Some of them are this long necklace and its pendants. Cartier takes the prize for having created her last golden bangle. The masterpiece. The love bracelet.

Because everthing else matches what she wore on October 7th, I guess she was wearing her black pointed leather pumps from Gianvito Rossi as well, here.


Blazer ● Alexander McQueen, here

Earrings ● Dulong Fine Jewelry, here

Necklace ● Ole Lynggaard Copenhagen, here

Pendant ● Ole Lynggaard Copenhagen, here

Pendant ● Ole Lynggaard Copenhagen, here (same stone)

Bracelet ● Dulong Fine Jewelry, here

Bracelet ● Dulong Fine Jewelry, here

Bracelet ● Cartier, here

Ring ● Dulong Fine Jewelry, here

International Day of the Girl Child 2020

7th October

Crown Princess Mary was guest of honor and one of the key note speakers at the International Day of the Girl Child. The event took place at Nærum Gymnasium and was organized as a collaboration between PlanBørnefonden and third year students at Nærum Gymnasium.

The International Day of the Girl Child is an initiative by the United Nations. The goal is to raise awareness about issues that girls around the world have to face on a daily basis because of their gender. With her knowledge, insight and commitment Crown Princess Mary is an important asset for women and girls around the world. She clearly showed that by participating yesterdays event in Nærum

She arrived with a smile on her face. Looked like she was particularly ready to be present for the following debate, which had education as its theme . Standing in front of a bunch of third year students, the Crown Princess acted like she had not been during anything else her entire life. With great empathy and care, she joined the conversation with both Faridah from Uganda and Lidya from Ethiopia. Both girls have experienced the importance of going to school and get an education.

Faridah and Lidya also explained what COVID19 and school closures has ment for girls and young women. A lack of security and a higher risk of sexual assault, violence, early marriages and teenage pregnancies. Crown Princess Mary shared this in posts on social media expressing both her sincere commitment, support and compassion. I am in no doubt that all participants attending yesterday's debate have become more aware of the issues girls face every day, and the fact that we still got a lot to do to help and change the course. We have to fight for a better tomorrow.

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To me a pants suit is just as essential as a pair of well-fitted shoes. Suits comes in a million different sizes and shapes, and as many colors. Finding the right suits can be difficult (I am stilling searching for mine), but it works as a good foundation does. With a suit you have everything - a day look, a night look, something that can be worn together or separately.

Mary really found a great suit. That black one fits brilliantly. Seems like she is keen on a more business-chic style these days. This one is from Alexander McQueen. Well, at least the black blazer is of that designer. Because the trousers look to match even the smallest details, I assume they could be from the same designer. She paired her lovely suit with a dark green blouse. To me it looks new, but I still do not know where it is from. Let the search begin.

She embraced the style with stunning golden jewellery. Most of the pieces are old and have seen before on several occasions. For instance, the earrings was worn at the opening of Naturkraft a couple of months ago, here. They are from Dulong Fine Jewelry, such as her two other golden bangles. Proves that good craftsmanship is anything but simple. The third bangle is her beloved Cartier bracelet.

For sure you also noticed that long golden necklace of hers. It is from Ole Lynggaard Copenhagen. The couple of pendants are also their design. The only thing new about that necklace, is the powder pink opal pendant. I have not been able to find the exact same, but one similar in silver. She is also wearing a golden ring featuring a light green paraiba tourmaline stone and diamonds. It is a custom-made unique trinity created by Dulong Fine Jewelry.

To match the rest of her outfit, Mary wore simple pointed pumps from Gianvito Rossi. Impressive what a pair of black leather pumps can do to make an outfit complete. Anyone who would like to copy this outfit  with me?


Blazer ● Alexander McQueen, here

Earrings ● Dulong Fine Jewelry, here

Ring ● Dulong Fine Jewelry, here

Necklace ● Ole Lynggaard Copenhagen, here

Pendant ● Ole Lynggaard Copenhagen, here

Pendant ● Ole Lynggaard Copenhagen

Pendant ● Ole Lynggaard Copenhagen

Bracelet ● Dulong Fine Jewelry, here

Bracelet ● Dulong Fine Jewelry, here

Bracelet ● Cartier, here

Shoes ● Gianvito Rossi, here

Opening of the Danish Parliament 2020

6th October

We have seen her quite a lot lately, last, when she attended the Danish Rainbow Awards show, here. But she also have had time for sparetime activities. For instance on October 4th, she participated another dressage at Helsegård Sportsrideklub, here. The Crown Princess was accompanied by her husband, who watched his wife win her very first debut in MB2.

Today, Crown Princess Mary was dressed up for a completely different event: the opening of the Parliament. An event that takes place each year on the first Tuesday in October. The opening mark the beginning of a new year for the Parliament.

In correct order, Princess Benedikte arrived first. Then Crown Prince Frederik and Crown Princess Mary arrived to Christiansborg and then Queen Margrethe. All four of them seemed in a special good mood. As usually, they followed the opening closely from the balcony in the Parliament Hall.

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The weather changes all the time in Denmark right now. One minute we got wind and rain, and then warmth and lots of sunshine. That usually means the rest of us are wearing trousers and a some kind of warm coat. Not Mary. She is (most likely) only wearing thin thighs and a jacket as cold. Even though most of her outfit is close to what she wore in 2019 at Børsen, here, then it is not quite the same.

When she attended the presentation of Denmark's Best CSR, she was wearing the exact same pink pleated skirt and a black Max Mara jacket. At this years opening, she also wore a black jacket, but not the same one. This one has still not been identified. Nevertheless, Mary looked great in her pleated skirt and black jacket. The Céline belt is a lovely detail. Gives her a lovely hourglass-shaped figure.

Other than this, her outfit was actually really simple. Not many accessories. Not many confusing details. Less is more. But she did wear reused black pearl earrings from Dulong Fine Jewelry and a magnificent brooch from Elise Gug. Both pieces have been worn at a number of different occasions. Mary was also wearing a brand golden ring, here. We first saw the ring in January earlier this year, when she attended the presentation of the winners of the Media Competition 2020, here.

With black leather gloves and a matching Quidam clutch she embraced the style beautifully. Even her new black felt hat and rather voluminous hairstyle perfectly matched her look. Mary topped of a great outfit with pointed python pumps from Gianvito Rossi. Also her stunning bouquet caught my attention. They always do. This one was made by a freelance florist from Copenhagen, here.


Belt ● Céline

Earrings ● Dulong Fine Jewelry, here

Brooch ● Elise Gug, here

Clutch ● Quidam, here

Shoes ● Gianvito Rossi, here

The Danish Rainbow Awards 2020

30th September

For the third time this week, Crown Princess Mary attended a very important award show: the Danish Rainbow Awards 2020. The rainbow awards are each year given to both organizations, companies and people who work for a better living conditions for LGBT+-people in Denmark. 

The Crown Princess arrived at Cirkusbygningen in Copenhagen to attend the event as a very special guest of honor. She was warmly welcomed by Niels Lautrup Holm, the front person of Rainbow Business Denmark.

It is no secret that she has made it her lifeswork to make the world at better place to live. She has already done that for a lot of people. I know there are much discussion about whether or not it is appropriate for her to attend this event, but with her attendance I think she makes it clear that we are all the same - girl, boy, woman, man, royal or not, LGBT+ or not.

She also gave a speech, followed by the presentation of this years winner of the Honorary Award: Doris Pollas. As 96-years old, she is the only living founders of the Circle of 1948 - today known as the LGBT+ Denmark. Congratulations to Doris with the prestigious Honorary Award.

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For an evening like this, with people all over the place dressed in colors, it takes a great outfit for a Crown Princess to wear. And she did not fail to impress. Once again, Mary amazed me and most of you with last nights outfit. Even though she showed up wearing anything but colors. Instead, Mary had chosen a brand new black figure-hugging jumpsuit from Max Mara. Kate managed to identify the right one. I really think you should take a look at its details. The split trousers legs. The shiny black silk pieces. The fabric that wrapped her waist. I would not mind wearing this jumpsuit myself.

Dressed to impress. Not doubt about that. In that jumpsuit everything is possible. But her accessories were also pretty amazing. Let us take a look. Those rather large embellished earrings are old ones from Jewlscph. They go all the way back to 2011, when she attended the wedding of Gregers Heering and Sarah Kalbeitzer, here. Do you remember the earrings? Think I also spotted her golden Cartier bangle.

Some of you may also have noticed a ring on her right hand. I have no good picture that shows enough of it for me to me completely sure which one it is. But with what I have seen, it could be a ruby ring possibly inherited Queen Alexandrine of Denmark, here. It has never been confirmed that it is in fact the same ring, but we like the idea, right?

I do not see a clutch, but we must not forget those gorgeous grey silk pumps from Manolo Blahnik. Wish we could see more of them. Maybe one day we will. Her hair was beautifully curled and held by a diamond-like hairclip. So, tell me what you think? Is this outfit a winner?


Jumpsuit ● Max Mara, here

Earrings ● Jewlscph, here

Bracelet ● Cartier, here

Shoes ● Manolo Blahnik, here

The Education Prize 2020

30th September

There is a first day for everything. Yesterday, Crown Princess Mary attended as guest of honor in the presentation of the very first Education Prize 2020. The prize is an initiative from the Danish Ministry of Education and Research. It is given to seven teachers in higher education, who have shown both commitment and an inspiring way of teaching. 

Crown Princess Mary was one big smile when she arrived and during the whole visit. I guess it made her proud to be the one to honor these great teacher for their true and honest commitment being a teacher. It is exactly what this new prize is all about. Us honoring those edcators who inspire and are creative in their way of given away knowledge.

With the honor, comes money for personal use and to spend on activities that will create a more vibrant and encouraging environment of education. The Crown Princess handed over all seven prizes herself with a little help from Minister of Education and Research, Ane Halsboe-Jørgensen.

The seven winners are: 

Claus Brabrand (Associate Professor of Computer Science at the IT University of Copenhagen) Knud Erik Christensen (from UCL's teacher training), Per Hessellund (from Engineer School in Aarhus), Luise Theil Kuhn (Associate Professor at DTU Energy), Thomas William Lee (Assistant Professor at the Aarhus School of Architecture), Vibeke Røn Noer (Associate Professor and Research Leader in the Nursing Program at VIA University College) and Per Reeslev (from the financial economics education at CPHbusiness). Congratulations to all of them.

A reception followed the award ceremony in which Crown Princess Mary also attended.

Kongehuset Frederik et Mary ● Billed-Bladet Billed-Bladet

What I love about Mary, is how she always manages to make an old piece of clothes look new - every single time. That is exactly what happened again yesterday. Mary showed in one of her old goodies from Vilshenko. A dreamy white dress with a magnificent floral print. Even though we have already seen her wear this dress for four other occasions, I still get the feeling that we saw it for the very first time yesterday.

This time she embraced the style by wearing stunning diamond earrings featuring blue drop pendants. They are from Dulong Fine Jewelry. The same designer also created two of her golden bracelets worn at the event. Especially these bracelets (combined with her Cartier bangle) seems to be some of her absolute favorites at the moment. Do you have any favorite jewellery that you wear every day? I do. I have a simple silver bracelet and a couple of rings that I wear almost everyday. One of diamond rings are from Ole Lynggaard Copenhagen and the other one is a rather new addition from Dulong Fine Jewelry. A custom-made piece.

As other accessories, she had chosen a blue Quidam clutch and matching Gianvito Rossi pumps in the exact same dark blue color. I love when she match two different accessories, from different designers, this well. She topped off her outfit with the most amazing curly hair. A soft and feminine look.


Dress ● Vilshenko, here

Earrings ● Dulong Fine Jewelry

Ring ● Dulong Fine Jewelry, here

Bracelet ● Dulong Fine Jewelry, here

Bracelet ● Dulong Fine Jewelry, here

Bracelet ● Cartier, here

Ring ● Ole Lynggard Copenhagen, here

Clutch ● Quidam, here

Shoes ● Gianvito Rossi