On Tuesday, Princess Marie spent her third day in Cambodia as she visited the Kampong Chhnang province. Read more below.
In the morning, Princess Marie and the Danish delegation first met with the Governor of the Kampong Chhnang province.
They then took part in a traditional ceremony during which Princess Marie was blessed by a Buddhist monk.
Afterward, Princess Marie planted the first of 100 trees that will be planted in the province to mark DanChurchAid’s 100th anniversary.
DanChurchAid Secretary-General Birgitte Qvist-Sørensen said: “The 100 trees are a symbolic climate action that gives hope for a better future for the Cambodian people who are hard hit by climate change. But tree planting is also a concrete climate adaptation that provides fruit and shade. ”
Princess Marie also visited DanChurchAid’s partner Farmer and Future Net, which organizes the country’s agricultural groups. DanChurchAid and Farmer and Future Net are working together to test new climate-resistant crops and to find new markets for their products.
Princess Marie wore a white shirt with the DCA logo and her Caroll printed trousers.
She paired the outfit with her Toni Pons shoes, her Longchamp bag, and a new cap by Wood Wood.
She also wore her Céline sunglasses, her Rolex watch, her C6 by Anne Cohen ring, and a bracelet she was gifted during her visit on Monday.