Princess Benedikte presented the Osteoporosis Foundation's research grants

Princess Benedikte presented the Danish National Osteoporosis Foundation's research grants at the University Hospital of Zealand in Køge

On October 20, 2020, Princess Benedikte presented the Danish National Osteoporosis Foundation's research grants at the University Hospital of Zealand in Køge. The research grants were awarded to three researchers who are involved in everything from the development of databases with information on bone fractures and CT scans to studies in delayed bone formation in the elderly.

Princess Benedikte presented the Danish National Osteoporosis Foundation's research grants at the University Hospital of Zealand in Køge

This became the 13th time that the Osteoporosis Foundation has awarded the research grants. The chief physician, Ph.D. Torben Harsløf from Aarhus University Hospital, PhD student Xenia Goldberg Borggaard from the Department of Clinical Pathology at Odense University Hospital and clinical associate professor, PhD, doctor Simon Winther from the Heart Clinic at Gødstrup Regional Hospital were deemed worthy of the research grants this year.

Princess Benedikte presented the Danish National Osteoporosis Foundation's research grants at the University Hospital of Zealand in Køge
Princess Benedikte presented the Danish National Osteoporosis Foundation's research grants at the University Hospital of Zealand in Køge
Princess Benedikte presented the Danish National Osteoporosis Foundation's research grants at the University Hospital of Zealand in Køge
Princess Benedikte presented the Danish National Osteoporosis Foundation's research grants at the University Hospital of Zealand in Køge
Princess Benedikte presented the Danish National Osteoporosis Foundation's research grants at the University Hospital of Zealand in Køge
Princess Benedikte presented the Danish National Osteoporosis Foundation's research grants at the University Hospital of Zealand in Køge
Princess Benedikte presented the Danish National Osteoporosis Foundation's research grants at the University Hospital of Zealand in Køge

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  1. Royalty with capital R; charming and classy as ever.

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    1. Yes, the Queen of Class gets top marks again.

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  2. Love to see Princess Benedikte's outfits. How wonderful to look good every time! Perfectly styled suit with great matching shoes and bag. What a fabulous role model for older women

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  3. She looks lovely as ever, however, the entire suit is a bit busy/difficult to look at from the pattern. The shoes are a lovely shade. A dark skirt or pair of trousers would have looked lovely with just the jacket.

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    1. Anon 9:06pm - I agree. The outfit is too busy. Benedikte's hairstyle is not as nice as usual, some hair covering her forehead would soften the current look. But... she is out there meeting people and acknowledging their efforts. ~Laurel~

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  4. She has a great fashion sense. Her nails match her accessories. I don't find it distracting at all. I think it is well thought out and gives a very finished look. I would love to see the British Royal Family relax a little regarding things like the color of nail polish.

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  5. She looks beautiful. Love her plaid outfit. Wonderful accessories and her nail color is fabulous.
    Chel

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