Crown Princess Mary of Denmark attended the presentation of 2019 Christmas Seal at Copenhagen City Hall in Copenhagen, Denmark on October 28, 2019.
The Danish Christmas seal is a charity stamp which is sold every year by the Christmas Seal Foundation (Danish: Julemærkefonden) to support five Christmas Seal Homes, where 1,000 children may stay for some months and receive help to cope with social challenges.Embed from Getty Images
Crown Princess Mary, Danish singer and actor Stig Rossen and children.
The Crown Princess is patron of the Christmas Seal Foundation.Embed from Getty Images
This year’s the 116th Christmas Seal was designed by Danish illustrator and visual artist Per O. Jørgense, who illustrated the Harry Potter books.
Danish illustrator Per O. Jørgense and Crown Princess Mary.Embed from Getty Images
Mary wore navy leather pencil skirt, colourful floral blouse by Serbian fashion designer Roksanda Ilinčić.
Count Ingolf of and Countess Sussie of Rosenborg were also present.
The Christmas seal is called “Christmas at Christmas Seal Homes” (Danish: Jul på Julemærkehjemmet) and illustrates the Christmas Seal Home in Hobro, which this year has celebrated its 80th anniversary.Embed from Getty Images
There is almost something adventurous about the 2019 Christmas Seal Home, with children standing in front of the Christmas Seal Home and waving to the gnomes and the animals outside.Embed from Getty Images
The Crown Princess leave after the presentation. She also wore an elegant grey coat by Massimo Dutti.
- MARY OF DENMARK OPENED ODENSE FLOWER FESTIVAL 2019.
- CROWN PRINCESS MARY VISITED COPENHAGEN BUSINESS SCHOOL.
- MARY AND FREDERIK OF DENMARK VISIT FRANCE – DAY 1.
- CROWN PRINCESS MARY PRESENTED THE CARLSBERG FOUNDATION PRIZE 2019.