The intrepid Crown Princess of Denmark is in the middle of a tour through the Pacific, with stops in Vanuatu , Fiji, and Sydney. The Danish Minister for Development Cooperation and Global Climate Policy, Dan Jørgensen, has accompanied her. The focus of the tour is to investigate and learn about the consequences of climate change.
The sartorial theme of this visit can be summarized as an ode to flowing prints. While not universal favorites around here, they are versatile choices when there is no time for wardrobe changes between walking along sandy beaches and meeting with foreign ministers. On Day One, she met with the Minister of Climate Change and visited Pele Island wearing a crisp white shirt and printed skirt.
She wore a Zimmermann print midi for a meeting with Vanuatu’s Minister of Foreign Affairs, followed by a visit to a local market and a presentation at the University of the South Pacific. See how tricky this balance is? I think she does well, wardrobe-wise, here. She is wearing her “F” pendant, a nice way to take her spouse with her virtually. She also picked up some accessories for her daughters.
"My girls will be happy." 😊
📸Jesper Sunesen // Billed Bladet pic.twitter.com/pC6hRplZvm
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Mary continued with the white shirt/shirt theme on Fiji. I know tennis shoes/sneakers/trainers with a skirt are a no-go for many of you, but remember that this visit included a stop at a tent city where many residents have been homeless for almost two years due to weather events. Her footwear was practical for the uneven ground and a good compromise on formality. The skirt is by A Piece Apart.
The Crown Princess met with Fiji’s President Ratu Wiliame Maivalili Katonivere and his wife. She was wearing a La Double J Sundowner dress. I think we should also give a shoutout to the lovely print on Madam Filomena Katonivere, the First Lady of Fiji.
There was an evening reception with the President, and the Crown Princess wore a modified H & M dress for the event.
#CrownPrincessMary, Minister for Development Cooperation and Global Climate Policy Dan Jørgensen and UNFPA Executive Director Natalia Kanem took part in a reception and dinner with Fiji’s President.
— ChristinZ (@ChristinsQueens) April 25, 2023
We do not have an ID on this dress, but I have seen that belt on her before! The dress is by Stella Jean and is called the “Disordinata”, made of striped cotton.
We don’t have IDs yet, but Mary has turned to suits for her stay in Sydney.
Crown Princess Mary of Denmark took a tour of some of our newest cycleways today, and met with Lord Mayor @CloverMoore to ride the Danish-inspired light rail. What a glorious day for it, we hope you enjoyed the ride, Princess! #sydney pic.twitter.com/szepXQyA3F
— City of Sydney (@cityofsydney) April 28, 2023
HRH #CrownPrincessMary took part in a tour of the sustainable skyscraper Quay Quarter Tower, which was designed by the Danish architecture firm 3XN.
— ChristinZ (@ChristinsQueens) April 28, 2023
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