Summary of two articles in Billed Bladet #22, 2014.
Written by Henrik Salling.
As you know Marie is patron for UNESCO DK, and in that capacity she went to Roskilde Cathedral, which is among three sites in DK on the list of World Heritage sites.
There were also children from schools in Denmark as well as Lebanon present.
And in her speech our Marie switched between Danish, English and French. (*) She said in her speech: "This church means an incredible lot to Denmark and for the royal family, my family".
The Lebanese children from Antonine International School were in Denmark as a part of an international cultural exchange.
Issued an iPad and with an app from the Ministry of Culture Marie also acted as a kind of tourguide.
But Marie also went to the DR1 Concert Hall, with children from schools in Copenhagen. Here she watched various entertainment and it's all a part of another international cultural exchange, CICLO 2014, between schools from DK, Brazil, South Africa and Russia.
Marie was among the childre, who hugged her and wouldn't let her go - litterally. Eventually she did manage to get free of the enthusiastic children
Marie was seen wearing a new ring (more on that in the jewel thread) instead of her wedding ring.
Her pink dress was from Jara Jarmon. Her shoes from By Malene Birger.
(*) Beforehand French was a very common second language in Lebanon, I assume children are still taught French there.
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