Beautiful Princess Mary rugs up for meeting on women’s rights

Princess Mary looked gorgeous in a turtle neck sweater as she met with the Executive Director of the United Nations Population Fund. Source: Instagram/ Det Danske Kongehus

Princess Mary put on a stunning display in a warm winter outfit this week for an important meeting with a high profile executive.

The mother-of-four sported a cosy turtle neck sweater and fashionable brown jacket for the outing in Denmark.

She wore her hair in her signature straight and down style as she met with the United Nations Population Fund (UNFPA) Executive Director Dr Natalia Kanem.

“At the meeting, the director of the United Nations Population Fund, as the Crown Princess is the patron, told about the organisation’s ongoing work and priorities and the challenges the organisation faces in its global work,” the Danish royal family wrote on Instagram.

The UNFPA is known as the United Nations sexual and reproductive health agency. It’s main aim is to assist those through pregnancy across the world.

Through its work the organisation supports training of health workers to assist during childbirth, prevention of gender based violence and the abandonment of female genital mutilation.

Princess Mary is an avid supporter of the organisation and its work. In November of last year the 47-year-old travelled to Kenya with Danish Minister for Development Ulla Tørnæs to meet with a number of organisations that work to improve the rights of girls and women.

“The work has resulted in more girls having access to education and fewer girls have been circumcised and included in child birth,” the Danish royal family wrote on Instagram.

It has been a busy few days for the Aussie-born princess who was spotted in an elegant two-piece black suit on Tuesday, which featured an oversized double-breasted blazer jacket and a pair of matching wide-leg slacks.

Mary, who married Crown Prince Frederik in 2004, was attending an event in honour of World Cancer Day, at which she presented the Danish Cancer Society’s Award of Honor [sic].

Prior to that, Mary attended another awards ceremony on Saturday, this time to hand over the Women’s Board Award 2019 to Helle Valentin. The hard working recipient is the Global Account Partner at IBM Denmark, a member of the Dutch building giant Royal BAM Group board and a board member for PFA.

Yet again, the Aussie-born princess put on a gorgeous display in a a perfectly fitted grey jacket and pleated skirt as she presented a well-deserved recipient with their prize.

Are you a fan of Princess Mary? What do you think of the work she does to improve the rights of women and girls?

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