On Tuesday and Wednesday, Princess Marie attended two events with her patronages in Denmark. Read more below.
On Tuesday, Princess Marie visited the Danish Emergency Management Agency (DEMA) to receive a briefing on the current national and international efforts and on the agency’s international policy cooperation.
On Wednesday, Princess Marie attended a reception marking the Danish Autism Association’s 60th anniversary.
In her speech, she said: “They say that when you have met one autistic person, you have met one autistic person. This means that each individual autistic person must be seen, understood, supported, and helped from exactly the unique point of view they have. There are no “box solutions” when working with autism. All solutions must be handheld and adapted to the individual.”
During the event, Princess Marie was also gifted a new necklace made by Maria Mainz, whose son has autism, and Gade & Juul. The necklace costs 395 DKK (approx. 53€) and for every necklace sold, 100 DKK (approx. 14€) is given to the Danish Autism Association.
For her engagement with DEMA, Princess Marie wore a black pantsuit with her Hugo Boss blouse.
She paired the outfit with repeated black pumps and her Saint Laurent bag. It seems she also wore her Van Cleef & Arpels earrings.
For her engagement with the Danish Autism Association, she wore a navy knit top with a new Ba&Sh skirt.
She paired the outfit with her Jimmy Choo pumps and her Yves Saint Laurent clutch.
She also wore repeated earrings and her Rolex watch. She also brought back her Trifari brooch.
One thought on “Princess Marie visits DEMA and the Danish Autism Association”
I wish the suit’s jacket wasn’t so long because of Marie’s petite height. It makes her look shorter. And I wish the pants were an inch or two longer. I know they are ankle pants, but with those heels they look like they are ending a few inches above the ankle. The skirt is bright and pretty! Nice outfit!