Delicious in leather! Crown Princess Mary of Denmark looks chic in a navy skirt and a colorful blouse when she launches a Christmas promotion for charity in Copenhagen
- Crown Princess Mary presented the Christmas label in Copenhagen this year
- She participated in her role as patron of the organization that helps 1,000 children
- The 47-year-old stunned in a skirt combined with matching heels and a flower blouse
The Crown Princess of Denmark attended the annual presentation of the Christmas label today in the Copenhagen City Hall.
Mary, 47, patron of the Christmas Label Fund, looked stylish in a silky navy skirt combined with a flattering flower blouse.
The Danish Christmas brand is sold every year by the Christmas Label Fund and the proceeds finance five children's homes, helping 1,000 people.
Crown Princess Maria of Denmark (photo) attended the annual Christmas label presentation in Copenhagen today
The 47-year-old beamed in a slender navy skirt along with a flattering blouse with autumn flowers
Crown Princess Mary, who has participated in the presentations for several years, appeared in a good mood when she met the people involved.
The mother of four wore her hair straight with slightly wavy ends, combined with minimal makeup for a carefree look.
The charity Julemaerkefonden receives the money from the Christmas label every year, with proceeds going to the money from five Christmas label houses.
The houses receive less than 4 percent of public subsidies and are almost entirely dependent on donations from private individuals.
They are private daycare centers that are seen and treated as temporary houses.
More than 1,000 children between the ages of seven and fourteen benefit from the funds and receive help in combating loneliness, bullying, social isolation and obesity.
The Christmas label was initially founded in 1904 by post-clerk Einar Holbøll, as a way to provide for the welfare needs of children in Denmark.
Mary (photo), patron of the Christmas label, completed her look with matching heels and a gray woolen coat
The Christmas label annually collects money for five houses in Denmark that help children between the ages of seven and fourteen
This year the Christmas stamp for the Christmas label was designed by Danish illustrator Per O. Jørgensen.
The Christmas stamp is a specially commissioned stamp that is sold throughout Denmark alongside other stamps with seasonal themes & # 39; s.
Crown Princess Mary seemed to have an in-depth conversation with a child who eagerly took the opportunity to meet her at the presentation.
Just like on other occasions, she gave a speech about the work of the Christmas brands, visited a Christmas house and talked to educators.
The mother of four who was born in Hobart, Tasmania, has had a busy month since she returned from Morocco, where she participated in a marathon.
She also recently got off in royal attire for the throne of Emperor Naruhito in Japan, along with her husband Crown Prince Frederik, 51.
Mary will become Queen of Denmark when Frederick ascends to the throne after the death or resignation of his mother.
The Danish royal appearance was cheerful when she spoke to representatives of the Christmas label and met with those who benefit from the arrangement
Crown Princess Mary has been involved in the presentations for several years, more than 60 percent of the children attending the Christmas Label Homes have been bullied
The 47-year-old who is about to become Queen of Denmark when her husband Crown Prince Frederick, 51, climbs the throne, gave a speech about the work of the Christmas label as part of her visit
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