There is no denying Princess Mary has an impressive wardrobe, always stepping out in the most stylish of ensembles and this week she’s done it again with two gorgeous and glamorous frocks for a busy royal agenda.
The mum-of-four has been kept on her toes these past few days, with multiple outings, but the hectic schedule hasn’t brought down her spirit as she made a seamless transition from a bright and bold frock to an elegant blue polka-dot dress.
Looking picture perfect, Mary sported the beautiful pink dress featuring an array of colourful flowers for the presentation of the Index Award for 2019. With her hair pulled back into a low bun, Prince Frederik’s wife smiled broadly for cameras while congratulating recipients at the ceremony.
Fra en pulje på mere end 1.800 nominerede projekter og produkter deltog i aftes i alt 42 finalister fra 19 forskellige lande i den internationale konkurrence for bæredygtig design The Index Award 2019.H.K.H. Kronprinsessen deltog i prisshowet og overrakte prisen til vinderen af kategorien Work. Prisen gik til PIsces, der er en LED-lysemitterende enhed, der monteres på fiskenet og hjælper fiskere med at tiltrække de ønskede fisk. Teknologien kan mindske bifangsten med op til 90 procent.Index Award uddeles af den danske nonprofit-organisation Design to Improve Life, og præmiesummen på 500.000 euro gør prisen til verdens største designpris. 📸 Dennis Lehmann, Index Award©️
Meanwhile, the 47-year-old opted for minimal makeup for the event, choosing a soft pink lip to match the outfit and a touch of blush on her cheeks. The competition brought together a group of 42 finalists from 19 different countries all vying for the coveted award for sustainable design.
“HRH The Crown Princess attended the awards show and presented the award to the winner of the work category,” the Danish royal family explained on Instagram. “The award went to Pices, an LED light emitting device that is mounted on fishing nets and helps fishermen attract the desired fish. The technology can reduce by-catch by up to 90 per cent.”
That wasn’t the only big event attended by the princess this week, with Mary also making an appearance at the opening of the Golden Festival in Copenhagen in the lead up to the 30th anniversary of the collapse of the Berlin Wall.
Om to måneder er det 30 år siden, at Berlinmuren faldt. Den historiske begivenhed markeres ved årets Golden Days Festival i København, som H.K.H. Kronprinsessen i går eftermiddags deltog i åbningen af. Med til åbningen var også den tidligere polske præsident og modtager af Nobels Fredspris Lech Walesa. I 1980’erne var han leder af det folkelige oprør i Polen, der senere blev til enden for Østblokken og de kommunistiske regimer i Central- og Østeuropa. Golden Days Festival er en årlig begivenhed, der har til formål at formidle viden, historie og kultur. Festivalen afvikles fra den 6.-22. september og byder på omkring 150 forskellige arrangementer. 📸 Lars Møller©️
The festival is an annual event focusing on promoting history and culture with a total of 150 different events run from September 6 to 22. Joining the likes of the former Polish president and Nobel Peace Prize recipient Leach Walsea, the mother opted for a beautiful black and white polka-dot dress which fell gracefully to the floor. Showing off her stunning figure, Mary pulled the outfit together at the waist with a thick black belt and kept her hair out of her face in a tight low bun.
Mary’s outfit choices received much praise from royal fans who were quick to comment on her gorgeous looks. Taking to social media people from across the world complimented the princess for the beautiful dresses and thanked her for her work supporting others.
“Looking so regal and elegant,” one person wrote on Instagram. “Mary looks radiant,” another said. While a third added: “Just thinking: Is there any clothes our beautiful Mary doesn’t look amazing in? The answer must be no. Am so proud.”
I Danmark forskes der blandt andet i fremkomsten af flere internationale domstole og i havets mikroskopiske plankton. Forskere inden for disse områder blev i aftes hædret, da H.K.H. Kronprinsessen overrakte Carlsbergfondets Forskningspriser 2019 på Ny Carlsberg Glyptotek i København. Forskningspriserne uddeles årligt, og i år gik priserne til professor ved Københavns Universitet Mikael Rask Madsen og professor ved Danmarks Tekniske Universitet Thomas Kiørboe. 📸 Lars Svankjær©️
It has been a busy week for the princess who days earlier stepped out in a glamorous polka dot evening gown at an awards ceremony for the 2019 ‘Carlsbergfondets forskningspriser’ award, showing off her figure in the flowing halter-neck orange dress. The vibrant frock took centre stage as Mary presented the gong, while she stood tall in statement gold stilettos.
Wearing her hair tied tightly back in a rare bun, Mary looked stunning as she led the ceremony. Her look certainly impressed her royal followers, with one commenting on social media: “Beautiful Princess,” while another added: “Mary, you are amazing and so beautiful.”
However, she was up bright and early the next morning too and continued to wow her followers as she transformed with a completely different look to meet students on their first day at Copenhagen Business School. This time, Mary opted for a simple open-neck white shirt but coupled it with a very vibrant bright pink skirt with a dramatic floral pattern, which fell just below her knee in a pleated pattern. She once again opted for killer heels, this time choosing matte pink court shoes for the event.
Igen i år deltog H.K.H. Kronprinsessen i CBS Responsibility Day, der markerer den første dag for universitetets nye studerende. Dagen er samtidig en temadag om ansvarlighed og ansvarlighedskonceptet i forbindelse med forretning.Under arrangementet holdt Kronprinsessen en tale for de nye bachelorstuderende. Omdrejningspunktet for talen var ansvarlighed og virksomheders fokus på FN's 17 Verdensmål for bæredygtig udvikling. I sin tale sagde Hendes Kongelige Højhed blandt andet: “On your very first day at CBS you are learning about and solving real-life challenges faced by real-life organizations. This is testament to the ever-increasing need for people like you to be part of the transformation we need to see, toward a more sustainable future for people, planet and prosperity.” 📸 Emma Pouncey ©
Speaking to the students at the event, she told them in an inspiring speech: “On your very first day at CBS you are learning about and solving real-life challenges faced by real-life organisations. This is testament to the ever-increasing need for people like you to be part of the transformation we need to see, toward a more sustainable future for people, planet and prosperity.”