Summary of article in Billed Bladet #18, 2014.
Written by the Ulrik Ulriksen.
After Mary had attended the Copemhagen Fashion Conference, and given a speech wearing a skirt by Charlotte Eskildsen: https://app.box.com/s/kwbr22q41mc2x3qdyanm
She invited 50 selected peolpe from the conference home for a dinner at Amalienborg. here, flanked by her husband to one side and the second most important person in the current government, Margrethe Westager, to the other side, (*) she recieved the guests.
Now, I know virtually notheing about who's who in the fashion industry so are some names:
Connie Nielsen, who was one of the hosts at the conference.
David Andersen, who had designed the white dress Mary wore.
Frank Jensen, mayor for Copenhagen. He wouldn't know what fashion is if it knocked him on the head...
Mary wore earrings by Alma e Curacao: https://app.box.com/s/caa12rma26lxesj3o7ll
(*) The most important person is the Minister for Finance, Bjarne Corydon. The third most important is the PM.
Other articles in Billed Bladet #18, 2014.
Written by Ken Richter, Helle Skram de Fries and Ulrik Ulriksen.
Mary has been busy lately!
She went to Nyborg to give a speech focusing on the plight of women in poor countries for Amnesty International. Telling the audience that on that day, while they were sitting here at this meeting 39.000 women and girls would be forced to marry. 8.000 Women would be circumsized and 800 would die duet to complication in connection with giving birth.
Mary also went to the city of Aalborg to open Research Day, for which she is patron. Here she tried to remotely navigate a ship into Aalborg harbour, with her back turned to the ship and a model of the harbour. The point is that pilot will be able to remotely steer ships rather than having to board the ships and then steer them into harbour.
She also attended Maternity Foundation's meeting in Copenhagen, where a new intiative: Save a Mother's life on Mother's Day was started.
Here Mary had a long chat with her obstretician, Morten Heedgaard, who still works at Rigshospitalet, where Mary gave birth.