Crown Princess Mary presented the 2020 Education Awards

Crown Princess Mary wore a floral print midi dress from Vilshenko. Princess Mary wore Vilshenko Jerry floral print silk dress
Crown Princess Mary attended the Education Awards 2020 (Undervisningspris 2020) ceremony at the Ministry of Education and Science in Copenhagen. Crown Princess Mary and Minister of Education and Science Ane Halsboe-Jørgensen presented the Education Awards to seven of Denmark's most talented teachers. Thus, the teaching prize was awarded for the first time in 2020 to seven inspiring and committed teachers in higher education.
Crown Princess Mary wore a floral print midi dress from Vilshenko. Princess Mary wore Vilshenko Jerry floral print silk dress
Crown Princess Mary wore a floral print midi dress from Vilshenko. Princess Mary wore Vilshenko Jerry floral print silk dress
Crown Princess Mary wore a floral print midi dress from Vilshenko. Princess Mary wore Vilshenko Jerry floral print silk dress
Crown Princess Mary wore a floral print midi dress from Vilshenko. Princess Mary wore Vilshenko Jerry floral print silk dress
Crown Princess Mary wore a floral print midi dress from Vilshenko. Princess Mary wore Vilshenko Jerry floral print silk dress
Crown Princess Mary wore a floral print midi dress from Vilshenko. Princess Mary wore Vilshenko Jerry floral print silk dress
Crown Princess Mary wore a floral print midi dress from Vilshenko. Princess Mary wore Vilshenko Jerry floral print silk dress
Crown Princess Mary wore a floral print midi dress from Vilshenko. Princess Mary wore Vilshenko Jerry floral print silk dress
Crown Princess Mary wore a floral print midi dress from Vilshenko. Princess Mary wore Vilshenko Jerry floral print silk dress
Crown Princess Mary wore a floral print midi dress from Vilshenko. Princess Mary wore Vilshenko Jerry floral print silk dress
Crown Princess Mary wore a floral print midi dress from Vilshenko. Princess Mary wore Vilshenko Jerry floral print silk dress
Recipients of the Education Awards 2020 are: Professor Claus Brabrand, lecturer Knud Erik Christensen, teacher Per Hessellund, Associate Professor Luise Theil Kuhn, Assistant Professor Thomas William Lee, Associate Professor Vibeke Røn Noer, Assistant Professor Per Reeslev. (Crown Princess Mary wore a floral print silk midi dress from Vilshenko.)
Crown Princess Mary wore a floral print midi dress from Vilshenko. Princess Mary wore Vilshenko Jerry floral print silk dress
Crown Princess Mary wore Vilshenko Jerry floral print silk dress
Vilshenko Jerry floral print silk dress
Crown Princess Mary wore Gianvito Rossi Leather Pumps NavyCrown Princess Mary carries Quidam Alligator Clutch
Gianvito Rossi Leather Pumps                        Quidam Alligator Clutch

21 Comments

  1. I loved this dress when she first wore it and I still love it now.
    - Anon 9:13

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    1. Me too . This dress is wonderful .

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    2. My thoughts exactly! She looks beautiful!
      Chel

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  2. Ravissante Mary dans cette robe originale ; il me semble qu'elle l'a déjà portée..
    Superbe pochette et escarpins de la même couleur. J'aimerais bien voir ses boucles d'oreilles de plus près ! Elles semblent harmonisées avec des motifs de sa toilette ?!

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  3. This is one of those dresses that I just can't make up my mind if I like it...
    In some pictures it looks lovely, the cut and fit is perfect, but then in others it just reminds me of a tablecloth that I actually own..
    hair and complements on point.

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    1. We must have the same tablecloth so it is hard to dissociate the dress from place settings! I really enjoyed studying the hand/arm positions of the people in these photos. Which is you favorite? Mine - perhaps photo 8.
      Glad you survived your stint in Houston - our daily cases are lower but still too high. We appreciate all the essential workers who flew in, a real test of dedication.

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    2. Agree although I do not own the tablecloth. I can appreciate the design of the embroidery but I do not like the dress that much on Mary. I think her style is far more that jumpsuit dinner suit sophisticated style. I tend to agree her feet look tortured. The position of her feet are making her veins appear to stand out more.

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  4. Love this dress!

    It looks gorg on both CP Mary and P Char.

    Вера Вероника💚

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  5. This is a very nice dress for CP Mary, I like her hair, she looks really good.
    However, the high heeled shoes are doing her no favours, her feet look absolutely tortured. Why tall Ladies (or anybody) would wear them no matter what, I will never understand.

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    1. Good heavens! Her feet do not look tortured! You have a personal aversion to heels, so you see things from your skewed perception. Women who are in agonizing pain from shoes, whether heels or brand new sneakers out of the box, do not keep them on their feet much less make public appearances in them. The women that wear heels do so because they can without difficulty, and stop when they cannot wear them with the came comfort or balance (usually due to age, but not always of course).

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    2. She wants her legs to look longer and slimmer.

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  6. Not a fan of the dress, though Mary looks lovely.

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  7. Happy to see Mary wear this gorgeous dress again. I love the keyhole detail and the placement of the print. Beautifully styled hair.

    E.B.B.

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  8. This is a beautiful silk dress, the CP looks fabulous. The fine detailing is exquisite. I love the colour of her shoes and clutch, perfect. Earrings are beautiful, not sure what the stone is.

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  9. Agree beautiful dress ..Princess Charlene did wear it as well.

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  10. Such a refined dress, she wears it wonderfully.
    The only negative are the high heels: as if she is walking on tiptoe, too high.

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  11. Not your usual floral design: it combines floral motives with (or uses them for) geometric design. There is no floral overload like with Erdem, but somehow I am very ambivalent with it. It is as if it would steal all attention from the person wearing the dress. (-Ann.)

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  12. Princess Charlene also has/had this dress - and personally I think.it looked better on her. I can't put my finger on why but I think the dress worked better with her being blonde.

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