Crown Princess Mary attended a conference at Christiansborg

On October 29, 2019, Crown Princess Mary attended the conference "Sexual and Reproductive Health and Rights in Humanitarian Crises" at Christiansborg Castle. The purpose of the conference is to create a greater focus on sexual and reproductive health and rights for the humanitarian operations of Denmark. The conference is held by The Foreign Affairs Committee in collaboration with All-party Parliamentarian Group on Sexual and Reproductive Health and Rights, the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, The Danish Family Planning Association and UNFPA.
Crown Princess Mary attended the conference Sexual and Reproductive Health and Rights in Humanitarian Crises at Christiansborg
Crown Princess Mary attended the conference Sexual and Reproductive Health and Rights in Humanitarian Crises at Christiansborg
Crown Princess Mary attended the conference Sexual and Reproductive Health and Rights in Humanitarian Crises at Christiansborg
Crown Princess Mary attended the conference Sexual and Reproductive Health and Rights in Humanitarian Crises at Christiansborg
Crown Princess Mary attended the conference Sexual and Reproductive Health and Rights in Humanitarian Crises at Christiansborg
Crown Princess Mary attended the conference Sexual and Reproductive Health and Rights in Humanitarian Crises at Christiansborg
Crown Princess Mary attended the conference Sexual and Reproductive Health and Rights in Humanitarian Crises at Christiansborg
Crown Princess Mary attended the conference Sexual and Reproductive Health and Rights in Humanitarian Crises at Christiansborg
Crown Princess Mary attended the conference Sexual and Reproductive Health and Rights in Humanitarian Crises at Christiansborg

24 comments:

  1. It must be a very serious event! I don't like this outfit, too strict.

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  2. She looks like a nun.

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    1. That's exactly what I thought!

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    2. yes, it's now Sister Mary of Denmark.

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    4. Exactly what I thought Sister Mary.It is an odd subject sexual and reproductive health and rights in humanitarian crisis it concerns me that they spin all of this together.No modesty in this day and age

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  3. From the little that we can see above the podium, I'm finding this ensemble a little too 'buttoned-up' and nun-like..austere, even, for CP Mary.
    Anon 9:13

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  4. I think that her outfit looks a bit boring , nothing interesting about it even the color.

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  5. Important event,I like the skirt but not together with the sweater.

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  6. Rarely dislike Crown princess Mary's outfits but this is very severe, exaggerated by her tied back hair. Not a disaster but not her usual standard, IMO

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  7. I like the outfit. Very appropriate for the event. I love how Crown Princess Mary always understand to dress according the events that she attends.

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  8. I like everything here. Black is good colour on Mary and the dress is chic. Ponytail makes her look very young. -Siri

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  9. "Sexual and Reproductive Health and Rights in Humanitarian Crises"-- this is an important and serious topic. Perhaps that is why Mary decided to dress in more severe and simple clothes, and have her hair in simple ponytail.
    Its not her usual style for sure but I think she looks still very pretty even in more severe and simple styles.
    -- Karin

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  10. I am perfectly convinced that Crown Princess Mary knows exactly why she has chosen a simple yet elegant dress.
    She is speaking about a very sensitive subject (look at the detailed introduction) and wants her public to focus on her speech and not on her outfit. This is what correct royal protocol is all about.

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  11. Yes Virginia this is probably the right explanation

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  12. CP Mary is dressed appropriately for the days event the topic of the conference.

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  13. CP Mary is dressed very professionel and appropriate here.

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  14. What nun do you know wears that many buttons and something that flatters the body?? Nuns aren't the only ones that wear black and white. This outfit is adorable. LOVE the skirt. - Capt. Marvel

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