"We all have the responsibility to help fight solitude"

23rd December

We have not seen the Crown Princess that much in the last month. Instead, she and her family have sent a number of Christmas greetings. Several of them, is as chairwoman of the Mary Foundation. Like this ver special Christmas greeting, here. The Crown Princess highlighted a few things from the past year working to fight, among others, solitude as part of the Mary Foundations mission. Especially, young people and how they have been affected by the pandemic, has been close to her heart the last year.

The pandemic was also the main topic of the greeting she shared the day before Christmas Eve. On December 23rd. How COVID-19 have affected many perhaps for the first time and how it may have made some even more isolated. She speaks anxiously about the responsibility she believes we all have to take care of each other. We must all take part in fighting solitude.

Her greeting was recorded at Frederik VIIIs Palace at Amalienborg - the same place, where the family is celebrating Christmas.

Crown Princess Mary also shared a few words as patron of the WHO Regional Office for Europe, here. She found it particularly important to mention the professional dedication that has been shown by frontline health and care workers. She look forward to a new year with even more understanding and improvement of the healthcare system.

To me, she wore the perfect Christmas outfit. Red is mostly associated with Christmas and it fits this time a year perfectly. The bright red blouse is part of a set (blouse and skirt) created by the talented Danish designer, Claes Iversen. He already made many outfits for Queen Maxima of the Netherlands. Mary first wore this set in 2018, when attending a banquet on occasion of the P4G Summit, here. A year later, she wore the blouse and matching skirt at a concert and following dinner at Fredenborg, here. Queen Margrethe hosted the event to honor those who make an effort for the community between the Faroe Islands, Greenland and Denmark.

This time, Mary embraced the style by wearing her pink diamonds studs from Hartmann's and a couple of golden bracelets from Dulong Fine Jewelry. It looks to me like she also wore her golden bangle from Cartier. An amazing combination of jewellery. A close look revealed to me that her diamond rings are from, among others, Ole Lynggaard Copenhagen. The third ring has never been identified. It goes back to around her birthday in 2012. Maybe a birthday gift from her beloved husband?

The stunning diamond butterfly, is the Mary Foundations symbol. Many years ago she started wearing these broches and then a few years back it turned into a diamond brooch. This one. Maybe also a gift? Mary completed her Christmas outfit with a beautiful makeup and lovely curls.


Blouse ● Claes Iversen, here

Earrings ● Hartmann's, here

Bracelet ● Dulong Fine Jewelry, here

Bracelet ● Dulong Fine Jewelry, here

Bracelet ● Cartier, here

Rings ● Ole Lynggaard Copenhagen, here

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