Denmark’s Princesses Out and About For Their Patronages
Two of Denmark’s working Princesses were out and about on Monday, supporting their respective charities during events in Vejle and Copenhagen.
Crown Princess Mary, in her role as patron of the Danish Stroke Association, attended a symposium at the Hotel Vejlefjord on the topic of brain injury research. The symposium was held to mark World Stroke Day, which is on October 29.
During the event, the Crown Princess – in a bright red skirt and matching blazer – delivered a speech in which she spoke of the advancements medicine has made in treatment of brain injuries and strokes in the ten years she has been patron of the Association.
Today, Crown Princess Mary took part in a symposium on research in the field of brain damage in Vejle. pic.twitter.com/mziWvRu8sT
— Scandinavian Royals. (@crownprincely) October 31, 2017
Meanwhile, her sister-in-law, Princess Marie, spent the afternoon at Tivoli Gardens – specially decorated for Halloween – with four children who have autism and their siblings, joining the children on the amusement park’s many rides.
The Princess is patron of the National Association for Autism, a cause which is close to her heart as one of the children in her close family has autism.Filed under Denmark
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