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

1 comment:

  1. CPss Mary looks great. I am glad she has the Antibulling initiative, this is very important. Bullying is maybe as old as the beginning of time, very sad but true.