Crown Princess Mary of Denmark has taken to social media to share a rare self-portrait style video of herself on her recent royal tour to Bangladesh.
The Princess shared the video to Instagram on Monday, April 25, where she spread awareness of growing climate change in Bangladesh and revealed Denmark’s united efforts to create more sustainable outcomes for the country.
Mary looked radiant as she addressed fans while sharing intimate snippets from her recent trip and meetings with Bangladesh officials.
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“As one of the world’s poorest and most densely populated countries, Bangladesh is the place on the planet where, overall, most people are threatened by climate change,” the post read.
“Nature-based solutions and biodiversity are therefore the focal point in the next few days, when Her Royal Highness the Crown Princess travels around the populous country together with Minister for Development Cooperation Flemming Møller Mortensen.”
The post went on to detail Denmark and Bangladesh’s new sustainable development agreement and relevant discussions.
“Today has offered everything from an official reception at Her Excellence Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina, signing ceremony of a new cooperation agreement between Denmark and Bangladesh with a focus on the green and sustainable development and a meeting with representatives from Danish companies, who at lunch could talk about the many opportunities, which is in the country right now for especially Danish green solutions,” the post read.
The two-day trip is Princess Mary’s second royal working visit to Bangladesh in an effort to encourage and support the country’s sustainable growth and combat growing environmental threats. As reported by 9 News, the Princess previously visited Bangladesh in 2017 on a working visit to promote the development of women’s health and sustainability in the textile industry.
Earlier this month, the Princess was spotted back on Australian soil as she visited friends and enjoyed some retail therapy in Melbourne. She had previously been unable to return home for some time due to border closures as a result of the global pandemic, with her last visit to Australia taking place in 2017.