Stylish as always, Princess Mary was looking full of class as she stepped out in a stunning billowing top with her brown locks sitting in a retro style this Thursday for the World Health Organisation (WHO) Regional Committee for Europe.
The mother-of-four spoke at the virtual conference of the WHO’s 70th session of the committee meeting where she discussed the plans going forward amid the global pandemic. In her speech, she praised the dedication and bravery of health works as well as the commitment and creativity of health leaders and decision-makers.
The Danish royal family shared a snap of the event on their official Instagram showing Mary, 48, sporting a burnt orange top with puffed sleeves and a line of buttons down the front while her hair was perfectly sleeked down and sitting over one shoulder in a fairly old-style, timeless fashion.
“As this group gathers virtually to map the way forward, I hope that we all have the humility to be taught and the openness to learn – from what we have experienced individually and collectively during this pandemic, and from each other. The path ahead may seem daunting. The challenges we face are, indeed, great… But I have faith in the dedication and bravery of our health workers, and in the commitment and creativity of our health leaders and decision-makers…
“Working together to make the world a safer and healthier place for everyone is the most fitting of legacies to honour those we have lost as a result of this virus, and an invaluable gift to the children of the future.”
The event came after the Danish royals attended the memorial service for fallen soldiers that was held at the fortress Kastellet in Copenhagen before moving to the Holmen Church in central Copenhagen. For the somber event, the princess wore a stunning light blue dress that cinched at the waist and fell out into a full-blown skirt at the base.
She finished the look off with a black netted hat, leather gloves and matching heels while standing proudly alongside her husband Prince Frederik, 52, who looked dapper in a military uniform.
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