Crown Princess Mary is patron of the Heart Association (Danish: Hjerteforeningen), and it was Her Royal Highness’ wish that a defibrillator would be set up in a place in Copenhagen where many people move about.
For that reason, The Heart Association investigated a possible location and determined the location to be at the entrance to Amaliehaven (English: The Amalie Garden) a small park located between Amalienborg Palace and the waterfront in the Frederiksstaden neighbourhood of central Copenhagen, where there are usually many people, including tourists from home and abroad.
- CROWN PRINCESS MARY VISITED WHO REGIONAL OFFICE.
- CROWN PRINCESS MARY MET WITH MARY FOUNDATION YOUTH PANEL.
On this occasion, the Crown Princess posed for a few photos in front of the defibrillator which has been newly set up.
The Crown Princess wore Fonnesbech “Aignon” Coat with Ted Baker “Kaarina” Frill Collar Jumper.
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On average, 14 people are affected daily by cardiac arrest out of a hospital in Denmark. A defibrillator can mean the difference between life and death, and now there is a defibrillator available at the entrance to Amaliehaven.
- CROWN PRINCESS MARY OPENED NATION OF HEALTH AND ATTENDED THE LAUNCH OF STROKELINE.
- MARY OF DENMARK OPENED ODENSE FLOWER FESTIVAL.
- CROWN PRINCESS MARY VISITED COPENHAGEN BUSINESS SCHOOL.
- CROWN PRINCESS MARY PRESENTED THE CARLSBERG FOUNDATION PRIZE.
- CROWN PRINCESS MARY ATTENDED BRIDGE INAUGURATION