Crown Princess Mary attended the 80th anniversary of the Hobro Christmas Seal Home

On May 9, 2019, Crown Princess Mary attended the 80th anniversary of the Hobro Christmas Seal Home in Hobro. Julemærkefonden (literally "The Christmas Seal Foundation") is a Danish charity that operates four so-called Christmas seal homes for children with social challenges. The charity issues an annual Christmas seal to finance its activities. The Hobro Christmas Seal Home was opened in May 1939. The Crown Princess is the patron of The Christmas Seal Foundation. Christmas seal homes provide temporary accommodation for children with excess weight or social problems like bullying and offer exercise facilities and psychological support to those children.
Max Mara cashmere, wool and angora coat. the Christmas Seal Foundation. new hospice in Noerresundby
Max Mara cashmere, wool and angora coat. the Christmas Seal Foundation. new hospice in Noerresundby
Max Mara cashmere, wool and angora coat. the Christmas Seal Foundation. new hospice in Noerresundby
Max Mara cashmere, wool and angora coat. the Christmas Seal Foundation. new hospice in Noerresundby
Max Mara cashmere, wool and angora coat. the Christmas Seal Foundation. new hospice in Noerresundby
Max Mara cashmere, wool and angora coat. the Christmas Seal Foundation. new hospice in Noerresundby
Today, Crown Princess Mary of Denmark opened a new hospice in Noerresundby, Jutland. In addition to 15 bedrooms, the Hospice (KamillianerGaardens Hospice) accommodates the palliative team of Aalborg University Hospital and the voluntary organisation.
Max Mara cashmere, wool and angora coat. the Christmas Seal Foundation. new hospice in Noerresundby
Max Mara cashmere, wool and angora coat. the Christmas Seal Foundation. new hospice in Noerresundby
Max Mara cashmere, wool and angora coat. the Christmas Seal Foundation. new hospice in Noerresundby
Max Mara cashmere, wool and angora coat. the Christmas Seal Foundation. new hospice in Noerresundby

5 comments:

  1. Nice outfit but I don"t think the coat should be this much shorter than the skirt, OMO.

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    1. Might be “in fashion” for coats to be shorter but it might not be good fashion.
      I agree with you. Coats are always going to be more pleasing to the eye if they are longer than the skirt.

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    2. I agree, otherwise perfect.

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  2. Nothing about this outfit looks stylish in my opinion.

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  3. Trying to find something positive. The coat is nice on it's own. The skirt is way too long and swallows her. Then when the bubble coat and sneakers are added, it is quite bad.

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