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Crown Princess Mary of Denmark in Black and Pink for Who Meeting

Crown Princess Mary of Denmark in Black and Pink for Who Meeting
WHO/Det Danske Kongehus

Crown Princess Mary of Denmark attended a meeting with the European Regional Director of World Health Organization, Dr. Hans Kluge.

 

Crown Princess of Denmark attended WHO Meeting
WHO/Det Danske Kongehus
 

As patron of the WHO's office for the European region, Her Royal Highness today visited the Crown Princess Regional Director Dr. Hans Kluge. ⁣

At the meeting, the Crown Princess received a briefing on status of the fight against COVID-19 in the region and worldwide.
WHO/Det Danske Kongehus


At the meeting, the Crown Princess received a briefing on status of the fight against COVID-19 in the region and worldwide. The Crown Princess and Dr. Kluge also discussed the region's other health challenges and the importance of ensuring that our health systems adapt to the post-pandemic world.


Crown Princess took the patronage of World Health Organization's European Region in 2005
WHO/Det Danske Kongehus

Crown Princess took the patronage of World Health Organization's European Region in 2005. Since then she has been actively participating in the workings of the group. During her first speech as the Patron, The Crown Princess said in 2006

I am honoured to have this opportunity to address such an eminent group of health officials representing the fifty-three Member States of the European Region of the World Health Organization. Recently, I have undertaken the responsibility of being Patron of the WHO Regional Office for Europe.


As patron for both a very complex organisation and an organisation that works within the extremely complicated area of public health, it has been important from our earliest discussions together to recognize where and how I can add value.


For many people in this Region, poor health and suffering, as well as lack of access to basic medical services are unfortunately an everyday reality. I am committed to helping to improve this situation and have agreed with the Regional Office to focus my efforts in a few specific health domains.


As a mother I want to ensure that my child has every opportunity to grow up healthy, and vaccinated against those diseases that can so easily be controlled. As Patron I want to ensure that this opportunity is given to every child in the European Region, and that we also reach those vulnerable groups that continue to exist. It is the right of every child to be immunized.


Crown Princess Mary chose a black and pink style for
WHO/Det Danske Kongehus

 Crown Princess Mary chose a black and pink style for the day.
 
Mary was wearing Sandro Paris fringe-trimmed metallic tweed jacket. Thanks to Heaven on Twitter for the style Ids.

Mary chose her pink Hugo Boss Banora Blouse
Hugo Boss Banora Blouse


Underneath the jacket, Mary chose her pink Hugo Boss Banora Blouse and a black trouser. She was also wearing Orit Elhanati Abyss Twisted necklace that she has in her jewel vault since 2014.
 
She carried her Prada Saffino blue bag.

 

 

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