Princess Marie visited children with autism in Helsingor Holiday Village

Princess Marie of Denmark who is the patron of Danish Autism Foundation visited children with autism in Helsingor Holiday Village. Autism Foundation which receives support from Labor Market Holiday Fund presents a holiday in Helsingor Ferieby to 80 families having children with autism and an opportunity for the families to participate in several events for a duration of two weeks. 03 August 2017.
Princess Marie visited Helsingor Holiday Village. Princess style, diamond earrings By Malina boot, Hugo Boss blouse
Princess Marie visited Helsingor Holiday Village. Princess style, diamond earrings By Malina boot, Hugo Boss blouse
Princess Marie visited Helsingor Holiday Village. Princess style, diamond earrings By Malina boot, Hugo Boss blouse
Princess Marie visited Helsingor Holiday Village. Princess style, diamond earrings By Malina boot, Hugo Boss blouse
Princess Marie visited Helsingor Holiday Village. Princess style, diamond earrings By Malina boot, Hugo Boss blouse
Princess Marie visited Helsingor Holiday Village. Princess style, diamond earrings By Malina boot, Hugo Boss blouse
Princess Marie visited Helsingor Holiday Village. Princess style, diamond earrings By Malina boot, Hugo Boss blouse
Princess Marie visited Helsingor Holiday Village. Princess style, diamond earrings By Malina boot, Hugo Boss blouse
Princess Marie visited Helsingor Holiday Village. Princess style, diamond earrings By Malina boot, Hugo Boss blouse
Princess Marie visited Helsingor Holiday Village. Princess style, diamond earrings By Malina boot, Hugo Boss blouse
Princess Marie visited Helsingor Holiday Village. Princess style, diamond earrings By Malina boot, Hugo Boss blouse
Princess Marie visited Helsingor Holiday Village. Princess style, diamond earrings By Malina boot, Hugo Boss blouse

3 comments:

  1. What a wonderful and helpful idea for families. I am very glad that princess supports this organisation. She visited camp also in 2012.

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  2. I love her enthusiasm even though the weather did not cooperate. The families must have loved to have her there.

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  3. Dressed for the job …… and the weather!
    She is lovely and I think she loves that kind of job out there more than to be dressed for gala dinner and state visits ?

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