The Crown Princess had a very important meeting on Monday with the Generation Equality Forum, which is Mexico's virtual panel debate to open the summit "Women's Transformative Leadership for Gender Equality".
The summit gathers people from all over the world. This online convention takes place in Mexico City from March 29-31st and has been organized by UN Women in collaboration with Mexico and France. The event marks the 25th anniversary of the Beijing Declaration - a global plan of action for more gender equality across the globe. It all ends with a summit in June in Paris.
Crown Princess Mary joined the event from her office at Frederik VIII's palace at Amalienborg in Copenhagen. She participated as Honorary Advocate for "Leaders for Generation Equality", which is all about female leadership.
Crown Princess Mary gave a speech and shared her words on worldwide female leadership. In her speech she made it clear that it is important to make good first moves early on. This to secure more diversity among leaders such as more women getting acces to jobs as a leader. Listen to a few minutes of her speech down below or at the Danish Royal Houses social media accounts.
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About now, we have seen many videos and pictures from when Mary is attending meetings from her home office. I still love it. I do miss her out in public, but this will still do for some time (for me). She has already shown us plenty of outfits that looks as perfect as when she is on an official job somewhere across the country.
When speaking at the Generation Equality Forum, Mary has chosen a magnificent outfit. She matched a light grey silk blouse from Hugo Boss with simple black trousers. I cannot tell much about the trousers, but the blouse has already been worn before. One time in 2018, when she visited Finland (here) and later meeting with UN Women in 2019 (here). Do you remember it? I love when she wears her clothes more than on. This is a brilliant example.
Other than this, she kept her outfit really plain. I see two diamond rings - one from Ole Lynggaard Copenhagen and another one that seems to have switched place with her wedding band. Two really amazing pieces of designs.
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Blouse ● Hugo Boss, here
Ring ● Ole Lynggaard Copenhagen, here