Crown Princess Mary visited the Cox's Bazar in Bangladesh

Crown Princess Mary, who is patron of the Danish Refugee Council (DRC), visited the refugee camp Cox's Bazar in Bangladesh

On the second day of her visit to Bangladesh, Crown Princess Mary of Denmark visited the Cox's Bazar which lies In the southernmost part of Bangladesh. The world's largest refugee settlement is located in the Cox's Bazar, where more than 700,000 Rohingya refugees from Myanmar are living in more than 30 camps.

Crown Princess Mary, who is patron of the Danish Refugee Council (DRC), visited the refugee camp Cox's Bazar in Bangladesh

Crown Princess Mary, who is patron of the Danish Refugee Council (DRC), visited the refugee camp Cox's Bazar in Bangladesh

The Crown Princess, who is patron of the Danish Refugee Council (DRC), visited the refugee settlement and received information about DRC's work in the area. After the visit to the refugee settlement, the Crown Princess met with representatives of the host community in the Cox's Bazar. The Danish Refugee Council has been present in Bangladesh since 2013 and is based in the Cox's Bazar.

Crown Princess Mary, who is patron of the Danish Refugee Council (DRC), visited the refugee camp Cox's Bazar in Bangladesh

Crown Princess Mary, who is patron of the Danish Refugee Council (DRC), visited the refugee camp Cox's Bazar in Bangladesh

Crown Princess Mary, who is patron of the Danish Refugee Council (DRC), visited the refugee camp Cox's Bazar in Bangladesh

Crown Princess Mary, who is patron of the Danish Refugee Council (DRC), visited the refugee camp Cox's Bazar in Bangladesh

Crown Princess Mary, who is patron of the Danish Refugee Council (DRC), visited the refugee camp Cox's Bazar in Bangladesh

14 Comments

(We will not publish anonymous comments that were posted without stating a name or nickname)

  1. Anonymous26/4/22 18:29

    Appropriately, casual dressed for this occasion CPM looks fantastic. I like it when she wears her hair in a ponytail.

    MCS

    ReplyDelete
    Replies
    1. Anonymous26/4/22 23:16

      Yes, I agree. Keeping her hair tied back would be cooler too. (V.M.)

      Delete
    2. Anonymous27/4/22 04:38

      Yes, appropriately dressed, but something has changed at her eyebrows lately....... Tattooed? //ML

      Delete
    3. P. the original27/4/22 11:55

      ML
      Sorry, what " tattoed" eyebrows do you mean?
      There is an entire world regarding eyebrows: microblading, eyebrows markers, pencils, sets, primers and fixing products...

      Delete
  2. Pour cette visite, tenue idéale que ce soit avec le port d'un chapeau ou une queue de cheval !

    ReplyDelete
  3. Anonymous26/4/22 21:25

    The half in, half out shirt looks sloppy. Should have been tucked in would have been a very good, casual look, if tucked.

    ReplyDelete
    Replies
    1. Anonymous26/4/22 23:40

      She has the right to wear her blouse like this taking into account the hot climate. Look at the picture where she wears the hat there are wet spots on her shirt, probably transpiration or she just refreshed herself with some water. The refugees in Bangladesh don't care about the way she wears her shirt, they have probably more serious problems on their minds.

      Delete
    2. Anonymous27/4/22 18:12

      Tucked it all in is very, very, very, OLD fashion. Nowadays we prefer it that way, because it is much more flattering. Siv

      Delete
    3. Anonymous28/4/22 21:40

      I agree, the shirt should be either tucked in, or all the way out to allow for better air flow around the body. Annie

      Delete
  4. Anonymous26/4/22 21:42

    Effortless chic outfit on Mary. -Siri

    ReplyDelete
  5. Anonymous27/4/22 00:13

    Perfect choices for her trip and the event!

    ReplyDelete
  6. Anonymous27/4/22 02:41

    Mary looks good. Actually Denmark could take some of the refugees; as there is a good relationship between the 2 countries. This site is more than a fashion blog as the royals have a mandate of helping the less fortunate, they go to Africa and a whole array of countries.

    ReplyDelete
  7. CP Mary looks appropriately dressed for this visit. Great to see her out and about.

    ReplyDelete

Post a Comment

(We will not publish anonymous comments that were posted without stating a name or nickname)

Previous Post Next Post