For several months, her calendar has not been fully packed - it still isn't. The pandemic is still a reality in Denmark as in many other countries. After a 2-3 months lockdown, Denmark is now ready to open up some stores and businesses again. Maybe, within a month or two, Crown Princess Mary will also be back at work with a few jobs in the calendar.
Nevertheless, the Crown Princess has attended quite a few meeting's with several organizations and foundations. She has done everything in her power to support those children and young people, who suffers from solitude due to the pandemic.
On Wednesday, she participated a meeting with Dr Hans Kluge, Regional Director of WHO. The Crown Princess herself took part in the meeting as patron of the WHO's office for the European Region. It took place at WHO's office in Copenhagen.
She was given a briefing and a status que on the fight against the world spread pandemic COVID-19. The meeting included a status on both the in the region and worldwide. Dr Hans Kluge also shared his view on the region's health challenges and the importance of ensuring that the health systems adapt to the post-pandemic crisis.
I feel so inspired by Mary's outfits these days. Both new and old looks. This new outfit from meeting with the WHO yesterday is really great. Very professional and still relaxed. Mary embraced the style by wearing her old Hugo Boss silk blouse. This powder pink color makes me look forward to spring. More light and bright colors. She has already worn it quite a few times and at the meeting she matched it with simple black trousers and a brand new tweed jacket.
Heaven managed to identify Mary's new tweed as Sandro. According to the webside, the jacket is navy blue. It features golden buttons and beautiful hemline details. I spot a thing belt as well, but I cannot recognize it at the moment. Her face mask is from reusable face mask is from Kartó.
She topped of this incredible outfit with her most beloved golden necklace from Orit Elhanati and a reused navy blue leather bag from Prada. I have never found the exact same model with the blue center only the red one. Did you notice that Mary has her nails painted in the most amazing purple color? She also wore black pointed shoes, which could be from either Pura Lopez or Gianvito Rossi. She topped of her outfit with her Gucci glasses.
SHOP THE LOOK
Jacket ● Sandro, here
Blouse ● Hugo Boss, here
Glasses ● Gucci, here
Face mask ● Kartó, here
Necklace ● Orit Elhanati, here
Bag ● Prada, here