Danish Crown Princess Mary visited Kalama in Kenya

On November 27, Crown Princess Mary of Denmark visited Kalama in Kenya, together with Danish Minister for Development Cooperation, Ulla Tøernæs. Crown Princess Mary and Minister Ulla Toernaes arrived at the Kalama Airstrip in Samburu Country on November 27th and were greeted by prominent members of the Kalama societies. Hereafter they visited the Kalama Conservancy where they met with local women who have benefited from Danish support to create small sustainable businesses. The whole visit has as a special focus the promotion of women's rights and economic independence through local projects. The trip was focused on promoting the importance of sexual and reproductive health of women and girls in the region.
Crown Princess Mary donned traditional African dress in Kenya, she was joined by Danish Minister Ulla Toernaes
Crown Princess Mary donned traditional African dress in Kenya, she was joined by Danish Minister Ulla Toernaes
Crown Princess Mary donned traditional African dress in Kenya, she was joined by Danish Minister Ulla Toernaes
Crown Princess Mary donned traditional African dress in Kenya, she was joined by Danish Minister Ulla Toernaes
Crown Princess Mary donned traditional African dress in Kenya, she was joined by Danish Minister Ulla Toernaes
Crown Princess Mary donned traditional African dress in Kenya, she was joined by Danish Minister Ulla Toernaes
Crown Princess Mary donned traditional African dress in Kenya, she was joined by Danish Minister Ulla Toernaes
Crown Princess Mary donned traditional African dress in Kenya, she was joined by Danish Minister Ulla Toernaes
Crown Princess Mary donned traditional African dress in Kenya, she was joined by Danish Minister Ulla Toernaes
Crown Princess Mary donned traditional African dress in Kenya, she was joined by Danish Minister Ulla Toernaes
Crown Princess Mary donned traditional African dress in Kenya, she was joined by Danish Minister Ulla Toernaes
Crown Princess Mary donned traditional African dress in Kenya, she was joined by Danish Minister Ulla Toernaes
Crown Princess Mary donned traditional African dress in Kenya, she was joined by Danish Minister Ulla Toernaes
On November 28, 2018, Crown Princess Mary attended launch of 'Deliver for Good Kenya' campaign at FIDA. Deliver for Good is a global campaign, initiated by Women Deliver and partners that applies a gender lens to the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) and promotes critical investments in girls and women to power progress for all.
Crown Princess Mary donned traditional African dress in Kenya, she was joined by Danish Minister Ulla Toernaes
Crown Princess Mary donned traditional African dress in Kenya, she was joined by Danish Minister Ulla Toernaes
Crown Princess Mary donned traditional African dress in Kenya, she was joined by Danish Minister Ulla Toernaes
Crown Princess Mary donned traditional African dress in Kenya, she was joined by Danish Minister Ulla Toernaes
Crown Princess Mary donned traditional African dress in Kenya, she was joined by Danish Minister Ulla Toernaes
Crown Princess Mary donned traditional African dress in Kenya, she was joined by Danish Minister Ulla Toernaes
Crown Princess Mary donned traditional African dress in Kenya, she was joined by Danish Minister Ulla Toernaes
Crown Princess Mary donned traditional African dress in Kenya, she was joined by Danish Minister Ulla Toernaes
Crown Princess Mary donned traditional African dress in Kenya, she was joined by Danish Minister Ulla Toernaes
Crown Princess Mary donned traditional African dress in Kenya, she was joined by Danish Minister Ulla Toernaes
Crown Princess Mary donned traditional African dress in Kenya, she was joined by Danish Minister Ulla Toernaes

16 comments:

  1. Schöne Fotos einer fleißigen Prinzessin.

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  2. Lovely, very Exotic! Karibu! Welcome to Kenya

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    1. I agree! Karibu sana na Mungu akubariki.

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  3. Lovely woman as well as the cultural costume she was given to wear.

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  4. Really fascinating pictures this time! How very wonderful are the handcrafted pieces of colourful jewellery made by those women in Kenya!

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    1. As Melania is not a royal and no part of this posting, your comment is purely political and not appropriate here.

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    2. The Royal Marines wear pith helmets for ceremonial purposes to present the Queen's music to an assembled company wherever that may be. Does that make all these people racist too? The comment of Anon 5:48 is not needed on this website. There is enough political divide in the world, appreciate coming here for just royal fashion.

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  6. Mary looks always good. I like her cadual look and of course her smiling face.

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  7. She looks amazing,what a fantastic future Queeen consort!

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  8. I love the first images, casual look, comfortable and simple.
    *Kristhy

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  9. welcome back anytime.

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  10. So lovely to see Mary in the country of my birth!
    She looks wonderful both in casual dress and the traditional wrapped fabrics and beaded accessories of the region. I have many similar pieces of both displayed around my home. She is a true global envoy and a credit to her country. Naam mungu ambariki.

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  11. Second day in Kenya.So nice to see how she interacts with the people. She looked good in the National Costume.

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