Abroad · Folkekirkens Nødhjælp

Princess Marie visits Cambodia with DanChurchAid – Day 2

On Monday, Princess Marie spent her second day in Cambodia as Patron of DanChurchAid. Read more below.

©Screenshot video Billed Bladet

Princess Marie first visited DanChurchAid’s office in Cambodia to meet the staff and hear about their work.

©DanChurchAid Cambodia

Princess Marie then visited the organization Mith Samlanh, which she also visited during her first trip 10 years ago. The organization helps vulnerable children, young people, and their families through preventive work in the local communities.

Afterward, Princess Marie visited the Chhbar Ampeu district in Phnom Penh, where DanChurchAid provides support to the area’s vulnerable children and their families, who, among other things, get the opportunity to produce and sell handicrafts.  Princess Marie then met with the human rights organization LICADHO. DanChurchAid collaborates with the organization to strengthen and protect fundamental rights.

In the evening, Princess Marie attended a reception held to mark DanChurchAid’s 100th anniversary. Princess Marie gave a speech during the reception which was also attended by Prince Tesso Sisowath.

©Advocate and Policy Institute

Princess Marie first wore a new Noa Noa dress with new ECCO sneakers and her Longchamp bag.

She paired the outfit with the same earrings as on Sunday, her Rolex watch, Christine Hvelplund necklace, her C6 by Anne Cohen ring, and Céline sunglasses.

In the evening, Princess Marie wore a new Massimo Dutti shirt with a new Ba&Sh skirt.

She paired the outfit with her Michael Kors sandals and a repeated clutch. She also wore repeated earrings, a new necklace, and her Rolex watch.

Leave a Reply

Please log in using one of these methods to post your comment:

WordPress.com Logo

You are commenting using your WordPress.com account. Log Out /  Change )

Facebook photo

You are commenting using your Facebook account. Log Out /  Change )

Connecting to %s

This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.