Mary from Denmark is reassured. A few months after being the victim of a stroke on vacation, her husband is now back on his feet. And if Prince Joachim is in Paris for his work, she is in Copenhagen. This Friday, November 20, it is in the alleys of the magnificent garden of Tivoli that Princess Mary strolled. Smile on the lips, the crowned head celebrated the International Children’s Day. For the occasion, she had bet on a seasonal outfit: a long navy coat tight at the belt, black fluid pants and matching boots with heels. To liven up this rather dark look, Princess Mary of Denmark added a very trendy accessory that she’s not really used to wearing: a scarf. Around his neck in fact, the wife of Prince Joachim tied a light beige scarf with flowers of all colors.
Perfect for adding a touch of pep to her style of the day, which she finished with a black handbag. This year, Children’s Day, which Princess Mary participated in, is taking place as a series of virtual events due to the coronavirus pandemic. Virtual events focus on how the Danish Crown and climate change have changed the lives of children. A few days ago, on the occasion of the 20th anniversary of the Children, Youth and Mourning Network, the princess spoke with great emotion about the death of her mother, when she was 25 years old. “It’s hard, if not impossible, to find meaning in losing someone you love,” she said on Instagram. “With those words, I began my speech on the 20th anniversary of Children, Youth and Mourning yesterday. Of course, for me it was one of the most difficult discussions to have. ”
A new life for the couple
“But to my own surprise, I was more moved than I would have thought. And it is the same with grief, it can strike at any time,” continued Princess Mary of Denmark. I felt lonely in my pain. As if no one understood what I was going through and that I was at a standstill as the whole world around me continued to move forward. ” But over the years, the princess has managed to mourn her mother, in particular thanks to the presence of her husband, Prince Joachim. It was also together that they moved to Paris a few months ago. Happiness for Princess Mary, reassured that her husband has recovered almost entirely from the stroke he suffered last July. Even if the road to total recovery will be long for Prince Joachim, as for his loved ones.
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