Day 1. Visiting Greenland

23 August 2022

Crown Princess Mary has visited Greenland on a number of occasions. Also quite a few times along with the Mary Foundation. Among others in 2016, when she traveled to Greenland to attend the conference "Domestic Violence - a shared responsibility".

On Tuesday August 23rd, she took the trip from Copenhagen to Nuuk to participate several events focusing on some of the issues Greenland is facing - like plastic polluting the environment.

The visit last for only two days. On her first day, she first visited Aqqaluk - a home for children to spend their spare time. Here they can engage themselves in several activities. Crown Princess Mary and the children participated in activities arranged by WWF World Wide Fund for Nature. The Crown Princess has been patron for WWF World Wide Fund for Nature for a couple of years now. Since 2020.

Later that day, she visited Mælkebøtten. The institution work to improve better well-being amongst children and young people in Greenland. It is done through courage, tolerance and responsibility. She made her visit to Mælkebøtten along with the Mary Foundation.

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When arriving to Nuuk, Mary was beautiful dressed in a very casual outfit. I really like that she had chosen something this simple. In genereal, I love when she is wearing these casual outfits. Makes her more "one of us". The beautiful coat is an Massimo Dutti design. Princess Isabella as even borrowed her mothers coat (here). Mary matched it with a reused Ralph Lauren knitted sweater in a very lovely light brown colour. Underneath, we get a glimpse of a plain white button-down shirt. The cool jeans has been identified by UFO No More (here) as Hugo Boss. A silhouette that is a personal favourite of mine.

When visiting Aqqaluk, she participated gathering trash outside in wind and rain, which is (probably) why she chose to add a Mackage cape. I learned about this new addition to her wardrobe at Royal Fashion Police (here) as well. Both the tweed cape and brown knitted scarf are reused pieces. Actually, the cape was first seen worn by Crown Prince Frederik in 2018 (here). It has never been identified. The scarf is a gift from when she first visited Greenland in 2004.

Mary also embraced the look with a few pieces of jewellery - and a hair-tie from Kknekki. Both yellow diamond studs and the elegant diamond ring are still to be found. She has worn them before, but we still need some more information. The golden necklace is from Dulong Fine Jewelry.

We was lucky to see two pairs of shoes during the day. At the arrival, we get a pip of an old pair of ankle boots from Prada. She first wore them in 2020, when attending the 50th anniversary of the Lillebælts Bridge (here). The other pair is brand new boots from Penelope Chilvers.


Coat ● Massimo Dutti, here

Cape ● Mackagehere

Blouse ● Polo Ralph Laurenhere

Trousers ● Hugo Bosshere

Scarf ● Gift from her first visiting Greenland

Hair-tie ● Kknekkihere

Necklace ● Dulong Fine Jewelry, here

Pendant ● Dulong Fine Jewelry, here

Shoes ● Penelope Chilvershere

Shoes ● Prada, here

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