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An (untraditional) Christmas greeting

23 December

Just a few days ago, Crown Princess Mary shared her words on 2021 for the Mary Foundation and their work (here). What they have achieved, worked for, developed. Usually, she also shares a little video with all of us with a Christmas greeting. The same thing happened this year, but in an untraditional way because she recorded her video greeting on her own phone by herself.

The Crown Princess was tested postitive of COVID-19 about 14 days ago, but this did not stop her from making her video.

As in her other greeting, she speaks about hope. Why hope is so important, when and what gives hope. A study of theirs showed a clear result on what gives people hope: that other people reach out and offer their help. With these words, the Crown Princess and I wish you all a wonderful Christmas with a sincere hope that you will enjoy time with loved ones. Merry Christmas!

Crown Princess Mary's Christmas greeting

21 December

As Charman of the Mary Foundation, Crown Princess Mary has made it a tradition to share a Christmas greeting and catch up how the foundation's year has been. What they have experienced, learned, worked with.

In her greeting, the Crown Princess make it clear that 2021 has differently been a troubled year like last year, but some things are more like we were use to before the pandemic - also for the Mary Foundation (here). Despite the smaller positive changes to what we know as "normal", many have still been affected by all the restrictions, especially school children and young people. 

The foundation has spend much time focusing on the children the last couple of years. Among others, they arranged Fantastic Football Parties, developed on the project "Together without Violence", implementing "Skolestyrken" in more schools and they have been become wiser on how to combat solitude with a study. The Mary Foundation also worked hard to bring back hope for all of us.

With the greeting, we have two new photos of the Mary taken by photographer Stine Heilmann. She is the master behind quite a few photos of both the Mary and her husband, Crown Prince Frederik.

Mary embraced a relaxed and Christmas-like outfit. She wore a reused purple turtleneck first worn, when celebrating Haslev's 150th anniversary in October earlier this year (here). She matched the blouse with a pair of simple black trousers. Wish I was able to look like this in a turtleneck and tight trousers.

She styled her beautiful Christmas-greeting-look with golden jewellery. The earrings are her beloved diamond earrings from Sophie Bille Brahe and the two bracelets are created by talented Rebekka Notkin. We also get a glimpse of quite a few golden rings. Three of them are from Dulong Fine Jewelry and the other two are mastered by Ole Lynggaard Copenhagen. A lovely outfit to wear for a relaxed family gathering.


Blouse ● ZARA, here

Earrings ● Sophie Bille Brahe, here

Ring ● Dulong Fine Jewelry, here

Ring ● Dulong Fine Jewelry, here

Ring ● Dulong Fine Jewelry, here

Ring ● Ole Lynggaard Copenhagen, here

Ring ● Ole Lynggaard Copenhagen

Bracelet ● Rebekka Notkin, here

Bracelet ● Rebekka Notkin, here

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5 Christmas outfit a la Mary

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The International Human Rights Day 2021

10 December

On the occasion of International Human Rights Day, the Crown Princess posted a couple of photos from her trip to Burkina Faso in late October. Along with the photos, she also shared a few words on her experiences in Burkina Faso, which is one of the poorest countries in they world. They live with extreme climate changes, uncertainty and constant conflicts.

The Crown Princess also mentioned her meetings with girls and women, who shared their heartbreaking stories with her. The positive about the situation is centers like the Gisèle Kambou Center supported by UNICEF. She ends her post by saying, "I would like to use my platform to bring them (the girls and women) forward and raise awareness of the need to help where we can".


Visiting "Kræftværket" at Rigshospitalet

08 December

Over the years, it has become a tradition, around Christmas, for the Crown Princess to pay a visit to Kræftværket at Rigshospitalet. 

Kræftværket was inaugurated in 2015 as a "safe place" for young cancer patients in the age between 15 and 29. The atmosphere is relaxed and a place for the young patients to speake and share their stories.

On the evening of December 8th, the Crown Princess arrived to Rigshospitalet. She spend a good time with the young people. They shared their stories, had lots of fun, drank a cup of glögg and ate some æbleskriver - those traditional "Christmas buns" made of a kind of pancake batter.

● Kongehuset

The atmosphere was indeed relaxed. Mary's outfit had the same vibe. Visiting Kræftværket at Rigshospitalet, Mary had chosen a pair of simple black trousers and a brand new dark green blouse from Zimmerman. Heaven shared her found with me. But look at the details. The puffed sleeves and turtleneck. Lovely!

A closer look revealed to me that she was also wearing a few pieces of jewellery. Among others, a brand new golden earrings from Dulong Fine Jewelry. She already has another pair of this model, but in a larger size and studded with diamonds. Her diamond band is from Ole Lynggaard Copenhagen. In a way, it replaced her engagement ring. I wonder why, she does not wear it more often. She even replaced her wedding ring with another ring.


Blouse  Zimmerman, here

Earrings ● Dulong Fine Jewelry, here

Ring ● Ole Lynggaard Copenhagen, here

Meeting with the President of the European Court of Human Rights

03 December

We have now entered December, which means that Crown Prince Frederik and Crown Princess Mary will meet with the President of the European Court of Human Rights Róbert Spanó due to his visit in Denmark. He was accompanied by vice president Jon Fridrik Kjølbro. 

The meeting took place at Amalienborg in Copenhagen. Danish Minister of Justice Nick Hækkerup also attended the gathering.

A few photos were taken at the arrival of the President of the European Court of Human Rights.

Even though, she was dressed ultra simple in a blue blouse and grey trousers I really love every single part of it. The colors match with such perfection. Mary first wore the Jesper Høvring x Great Greenland blouse in 2016 at a Christmas reception with the Mary Foundation, here. "Originally" it comes with burgundy trousers, but this time she styled it with grey reused Celine trousers. I like that. The black leather belt is still a mystery to me.

We also get a glimpse of what I believe is her black ankle boots from Gianvito Rossi. She loves wearing them with wide-legged trousers like these. A closer look revealed that she also wore her beloved Sophie Bille Brahe earrings. I cannot get enough of this outfit!


Blouse ● Jesper Høvring x Great Greenland, here

Trousers ● Celine, here

Earrings ● Sophie Bille Brahe, here

Shoes ● Gianvito Rossi, here

Repremiere of "The Snow Queen"

01 December

It is no secret that Queen Margrethe loves to be creative and it is no secret that she loves ballet. Over the years, she has been engaged in numerous ballets. Both in making costumes and scenography. The same happened with the famous "Snow Queen" - a classic Christmas ballet. It had its repremiere in Tivoli on December 1st.

Crown Princess Mary showed up at the premiere accompanied by Princess Isabella, Prince Vincent and Princess Josephine even though it was not part of her official calendar. Of course they all wanted to support their beloved mother-in-law and grandmother. Prince Felix also supported his grandmother with the premiere by showing up.

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I am not sure I will ever been a huge fan of wearing boots with long skirts or dresses. For some years, Mary has done that. Usually, I fall in love with everything she wears and all combinations, but somehow not this one. Nevertheless, I like both boots and outfit.

She matched her new black heeled ankle boots with an old Oscar de la Renta dress. One we first thought was a blouse. It turned out to be completely wrong. I learned about this "little detail" from Heaven. Thanks for making be aware of this. It features some really beautiful details. Like the beaded neckline. She first wore the dress at the inauguration of a new panda plant in April 2019, here. The white JOSEPH coat is also a reuse first worn at a new year reception in 2020, here.

As accessories, Mary had chosen simple white pearl earrings. I think we have seen then before (here), but I have never been able to identify them. We also get a glimpse of her diamond band from Ole Lynggaard Copenhagen. The black leather gloves and black Diane Von Furstenberg clutch are a lovely detail. Their beautiful umbrella's are TIVOLI's own design.


Coat ● JOSEPH, here

Dress ● Oscar de la Renta, here

Ring ● Ole Lynggaard Copenhagen, here

Clutch ● Diane von Furstenberg, here

Umbrella ● TIVOLI, here