Crown Princess Mary attended the launch of a seminar on violence

Together with the Mary Foundation and Lev Uden Vold (Live Without Violence), Crown Princess Mary attended the launch of the seminar "Violence in the Family - Knowledge for Professionals" held at the Copenhagen University of Applied Sciences. The Crown Princess gave a speech, and in addition there were a number of presentations on, among other things, partner violence, psychological violence and children's experiences with violence. The Crown Princess wore a red coat which she had worn in 2013
Crown Princess Mary wore a red coat which she had worn in 2013. Mary Foundation and Lev Uden Vold (Live Without Violence)
During a dark session, three victims of violence also told about life with violence. The Mary Foundation works to combat social isolation through the focus areas "Bullying and Well-being", "Domestic Violence" and "Loneliness". Lev Uden Vold (Live Without Violence) is responsible for a national hotline that offers help and guidance relating to violence in the family or violence in other close relationships.
Crown Princess Mary wore a red coat which she had worn in 2013. Mary Foundation and Lev Uden Vold (Live Without Violence)
Crown Princess Mary wore a red coat which she had worn in 2013. Mary Foundation and Lev Uden Vold (Live Without Violence)
Crown Princess Mary wore a red coat which she had worn in 2013. Mary Foundation and Lev Uden Vold (Live Without Violence)
Crown Princess Mary wore a red coat which she had worn in 2013. Mary Foundation and Lev Uden Vold (Live Without Violence)
Crown Princess Mary wore a red coat which she had worn in 2013. Mary Foundation and Lev Uden Vold (Live Without Violence)
Crown Princess Mary wore a red coat which she had worn in 2013. Mary Foundation and Lev Uden Vold (Live Without Violence)
Crown Princess Mary wore a red coat which she had worn in 2013. Mary Foundation and Lev Uden Vold (Live Without Violence)
Crown Princess Mary wore a red coat which she had worn in 2013. Mary Foundation and Lev Uden Vold (Live Without Violence)

25 comments:

  1. Mary looks fantastic. Nice color of the coat,I would have liked it better with regular long sleeves.

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    1. too much Botox in her face, what a pity...

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    2. Not botox, filler....
      Lily T.

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    3. Botox, filler... regardless, too much indeed.

      I very much like her outfit, very elegant and slightly, just slightly, unusual. Well done. Chrissy

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  2. Très chic Mary dans ce petit manteau original joliment ceinturé ; belle allure avec le haut et le pantalon de couleur noire... J'aime beaucoup les bottes !

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  3. I do believe that she did something with her face in Verbien.
    How ever,she looks so sweet

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    1. Exactly my thoughts!
      In the last picture it is very obvious...
      Margo

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    2. Very obvious indeed: gone overboard with the cheek fillers.
      Lily T.

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    3. Mina, I thought the same when I saw these pics. Her face looks fuller.

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    4. Less makeup. It appears Mary has decided less is more.

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    5. To my eyes, she looks her normal self. The combination of makeup, light and different facial expressions can do odd tricks.

      I like her clothes, both the colors and the style.
      eva

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    6. I think she looks her normal self, happy and radiant. I feel confident she isn't the type to have anything done to her face or body either.

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    7. I really don't care whether she did anything with her face in Verbier, or not! I look only at the result! I think it is nice. We cannot judge whether she is the type to do or not! She decides and is able to take good decisions. And I think her hair looks nice as well.

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    8. Agreed, to me her face looks as before. I don't see her as the type who wants eternal youth.

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  4. Horrible hair, grandma like outfit.

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  5. I can never say anything against red and black but I don't really like the short sleeved jacket. Full length sleeves would have made it perfect, in my opinion.

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    1. I agree. I do not care for the short sleeve jacket with the black longer sleeves sticking out. Not a good look in my opinion.

      Shelley

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  6. A plain top underneath the jacket would have looked better. This ensemble didn’t need another colour, although Mary has integrated the stripe in her sweater well with her choice of brooch.

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  7. I love this style of coat, because it is so different, the colour is gorgeous. Combined with navy pants excellent choice. The navy gloves, brooch and beautiful burgundy bag are the perfect finishing touch. She has the barest hint of makeup, less is more.

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  8. Really,not one comment on her mission!Domestic violence stays with a child for life. This is the number one daily complaint that police in America receive calls. Yelling and screaming adults make children feel unsafe! Great effort by Princess Mary! God bless! It has been a joy to live in this safe country.

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  9. I really like this brave style, it has a hippie hint, but not too much. Mary's hair could be better. Siri

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  10. why does a beautiful woman need to spoil her face with botox?

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  11. Her mission is great;but the majority of people in most countries live quite settled lives.Her outfit is old fashioned;nobody wears black jumpers under bright coloured coats anymore;her clothes is boring.Light coloured trousers would be better;and a beige jumper. The hair should be in a bun;if she means business.Botox is toxic and can do damage to cells in the body.

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