September 5, Their Royal Highnesses Crown Princess Mary and Crown Prince Frederik of Denmark attended the ceremonies for Flag Day of Denmark 2020 (Danish: Flagdag for Danmarks) in order to honor soldiers and officials who are or have been deployed abroad by Denmark.
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The first ceremony took place at the Kastellet (English: The Citadel) in Copenhagen, where The Crown Prince Couple laid a wreath at the Monument to Denmark’s international activities since 1948 (Danish: Monument for Danmarks Internationale Indsats efter 1948).
The Monument by artist Finn Reinbothe was erected by the Danish people and inaugurated on Flag Day 5 September 2011.
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The ceremony at Kastellet ended with an overflight of F-16. Flag Day of Denmark was celebrated for the first time in 2009.
Later, The Crown Prince Couple was present during a church service held at Holmen’s Church (Danish: Holmens Kirke) a Parish church in central Copenhagen.
The memorial mass, honoring Danish fallen in international service, ended with the hymn “Altid frejdig når du går” (English: “Always cheerful when you go”).
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Crown Princess Mary looked stunning in Periwinkle Blue Dress coat by Danish designer Soeren Le Schmidt, blue hat from Susanne Juul, black clutch from Carlend Copenhagen and black pumps from Jimmy Choo.
For accessories, The Crown Princess opted for Connaught Sapphire Brooch and stud diamond earrings.
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