Presented with the Greenlandic Self-Government's Gold Medal 'Nersornaat'

04 June 2024

Queen Mary was honored with the Greenlandic Self-Government's Gold Medal 'Nersornaat'. It was handed over to her by the Chairwoman of Greenland's Government Inatsisartut Mimi Karlsen on June 5th at Frederik VIII's Palace at Amalienborg.

She was given the medal as a proof of her yearlong commitment to children and young people's well-being in Greenland.

The metal shows a polarbeer on one side with the inscription Kalaallit Nunaat (meaning Greenland) and on the other side a yellow arctic poppy and the inscription Nersornaat (deserved).

When receiving the prestiges golden medal, Mary looked amazing in a simple white button-down and brand new jacquard skirt from Lunatica Milano! Just look at the details. I absolutely adore how she matched two such different fabrics. Makes a wonderful outfit. It is not the first time Mary has made this combo: elegant skirt and plain blouse. Like, when she attended the opening of 'Copenhagen Fashion Summit 2018.' Or at 'Copenhagen 2021' in Fællesparken in 2021.

I love how she styled the outfit with old Marlene Juhl-Jørgensen earrings. Mary first wore them in 2009, when visiting Prince Joachim and Princess Marie at Rigshospitalet, congratulating them with their firstborn - Prince Henrik. Her other golden jewellery are from both Dulong Fine Jewelry, Halberstadt and Julie Sandlau.

Her glasses are from Gucci. What pair of shoes do you think she wore with this outfit? - my guess would be nude or beige pointed pumps.


Skirt ● Lunatica Milano (new)

Glasses ● Gucci

Earrings ● Marlene Juhl-Jørgensen

Necklace ● Halberstadt

Necklace ● Julie Sandlau

Bracelet ● Dulong Fine Jewelry

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