Today, Princess Marie was in Tivoli Park to spend the afternoon with children with autism and they siblings. Princess Marie is Patron of the association since 2011 and revealed in 2012 that one of her nephew had autism hence why the cause was so personal for her.
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On October 16th, Landsforeningen Autisme, the National Association for Autism, announced that their Patron, Princess Marie, had invited five children and their siblings to spend the afternoon with her in Tivoli Park. Tivoli Park is fully decorated for Halloween right now which promised a very fun afternoon for the children.
Princess Marie wanted to invite the siblings and families to visit Tivoli with her and the children as she knows that it can often be difficult for the siblings to feel at ease and find their place in a family where a lot of the attention can be focused on the children with autism. Billed-Bladet reports that Marie had a lot of fun with the children.
Princess Marie wore a new coat by Emporio Armani. The coat is made of mohair and has a Prince of Wales print.
She wore new black ankle boots with her Céline crossbody bag first worn in Rio in August 2016.
We’ll see Marie again tomorrow when she joins the royal family for the celebrations of the 500th anniversary of the Reformation.
Today, Princess Marie was in Vordingborg as Patron of the Danish Association for Autism. Princess Marie first visited the Stronstrom Autism Center where she met patients and learned about the center’s new method.
Princess Marie is really involved in her role as Patron of the Danish Association for Autism, it was one of her first patronage and the cause is really important for her as one of her nephew is autistic.She usually attends several events related to the association every year. There were only four photos released and you can see them in the article above.
Afterwards, she went to BiograffCaffeen to attend the premiere of the new documentary ‘Det Digitale Tilbud’ (‘The Digital Offer’) which was produced by the Center and promote the use of digital tools to help autistic people become self-reliant and to give them a better life.The film has won the “Excellence Award” at the American Short Film Festival and had also been awarded the ‘Recognition Award’ at the Hollywood International Independent Documentary Awards. You can see more photos here.
Princess Marie said that : ” The movie was really good. It shows how important it is to use digital tools to give people with autism a better everyday life”. Princess Marie was involved in the making of the film as she is the one giving a short introduction to the project at the beginning of the film. You can see it below and watch the full film here.
For this important visit, Princess Marie wore an old UFO jacket first worn in 2011 with a purple top and brown pants.
She paired this outfit with amethyst earrings, her old Naledi Copenhagen clutch and her old Sergio Rossi black ankle boots.
In the video, she’s wearing her Baum und Pferdgarten top, first worn earlier this year.
There hasn’t been any events announced for Marie by Kongehuset.
Today, Princess Marie visited a summer camp for autistic children in Helsingor as Patron of the Danish association for autism. It is the 10th edition of the camp. Princess Marie last visited it in 2012.
Princess Marie met with the children and took part in the activities of the day, including a treasure hunt, despite the bad weather. After the treasure hunt, children and their families reunited to eat a well deserved ice cream.
The association invited 80 families with autistic children for a holiday in the summer camp. During their stay , the families are able to took part in nature expeditions, climbing and a circus show.
For this visit, Princess Marie wore a weather appropriate outfit. Her rain jacket is from the Danish’s Rio 2016 merch by Vero Moda. Her top is UFO, first worn during a humanitarian trip to Cambodia in 2012.
I believe her new ankle boots are by Burberry but I have no confirmation of that yet.
Today, Princess Marie is spending her last day in Greenland as Patron of Autism Denmark.
In early morning, Princess Marie attended the presentation of the Open College Network (OCN) diplomas to children. OCN is an international method used to recognize and validate informal knowledge and learning.
She then had lunch with Nuuk’s mayor and she attended a reception for Autism Denmark – Greenland’s circuit. She then opened the 2017 Autism Conference by delivering the opening speech and attended the following dinner. You can read her speech (in Danish) here. We have no photos of the dinner yet but you can see more photos of the conference here.
For the first events of the day, Marie wore her Parajumpers coat her Armani Collezioni jacket with her Céline bag.
Yesterday, Princess Marie continued her official visit to Greenland as Patron of Autism Denmark. Unfortunately , we have very few photos so the post will be updated if more photos appears.
At the end of the afternoon, Princess Marie visited the Greenland National Museum. Unfortunately , we don’t have any photos of this visit.This was a busy day for Princess Marie as she visited three residences for people with autism.
She first visited Uulineq, a residence for the children with autism. She then visited two others residences : Suluppaluk for young people and Qiimaneq for adults.
For this second day, Marie wore her Parajumpers coat again, with her Giorgio Armani jacket (you can see the neckline in the first photo)
She also wore her black Céline bag with winter boots.