Crown Princess Maria of Denmark wears Proenza Schouler during her visit to the National Center for Grief
Royal blue! Crown Princess Maria of Denmark looks chic in a floral Proenza Schouler shirt during a visit to the new mourning aid line of the National Care Center in Copenhagen
- Crown Princess Mary, 47, visited the National Center for Grief in Copenhagen
- She looked chic in Proenza Schouler blouse and light blue jacket, natural makeup
- The National Grief Center in Copenhagen addresses grief across all age groups
- Princess Mary has been the patron saint of the center since its opening in August 2017
She is known for her impeccable sense of style and crown princess Mary of Denmark gave a master class in transition when she stepped in for her latest engagement.
The crown princess of Denmark channeled spring in a light blue blouse by Proenza Schouler – now sold out – but kept the cold in a blue jacket.
The Danish royal, 47, was visiting Care Line Sorglinjen at the National Care Center in Copenhagen, a new help line for cheated adults.
She shows off her usual understated glamor, equipped with a cream shop, minimal jewelry and natural makeup with a glossy lip.
Crown Princess Maria of Denmark, 47, looked chic with a discreet look when she visited the National Grief Center in Copenhagen (photo)
She was wearing a nice light blue blouse by Proenza Schouler and black pants. Mary kept her makeup and accessories to a minimum
During her visit, the monarch received a tasteful flower bouquet with her on her way out and to her car (photo)
Upon arrival, Mary met and shook the hand of volunteers from the center before entering the building.
Later she got out and wore her coat over her arm and a beautiful bunch of flowers she had received during the visit.
Mary has been the patron saint of the Grief Center since the inauguration in August 2017. The initiative originated from the Children, Youth & Grief Foundation, of which the Crown Princess has been the patron since 2013.
The foundation aims to provide psychological support to children and adolescents, while the Grief Center extends its services to adults.
Mary was greeted by various volunteers from the center. She has been her patron since the opening in 2017
Denmark's crown princess looked good when she reached her way to the center this morning
The Grief Center offers grief counseling to families and friends who have experienced the death of a loved one. It also acts as a research center on sadness in all age groups.
It is aimed at offering the best possible care to people who are sad or sorry about a loved one. It also deals with mental health problems and offers special training for healthcare professionals.
The Grief helpline hopes to be able to connect volunteers with people who are sad. TrygFonden, which worked hand in hand with The Center for Grief, has announced that new guidelines for tackling long-term sadness will also be introduced across the country.
Effortlessly stylish. Princess Mary quickly went to the funeral home, whose mission revolves around addressing sorrow
The matter of sorrow is dear to Maria's heart. When the building was opened in 2017, she revealed that she was still struggling to accept the death of her mother, which occurred when she was 26.
Mary met more volunteers in the center. The initiative aims to provide the best possible care to people of all ages who are sad
The issue is dear to Maria & # 39; s heart, who revealed in 2017 that she was still struggling to tackle the death of her mother, who died at the age of 26.
& # 39; It happened too early (…) It's so hard to see when it's so close and so personal, but as you get older, you learn to appreciate the time you had together as a gift, & # 39 ; she said in her inaugural address.
& # 39; And the loss offers something that you would not have had otherwise. It makes a strong person. & # 39;
The center debuted a helpline to connect volunteers with people who mourned a loved one across the country (photo: MAY walk to the center)
Mary (photo) leaves the center with her tools. The Grief helpline has been developed to offer the best possible support to people who have just experienced a death
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