Tuesday morning, Crown Princess Mary attended an international high level meeting on global inequality. The conference is hosted by Danish Minister of Development, Christian Friis Bach, and the Chairman of the National Development and Planning Commission in Ghana, Paul Victor Obeng, in collaboration with the Executive Director of UNICEF, Anthony Lake, and the head of the UN Women, Michelle Bachelet.
The conference is part of a series of global consultations hosted by the UN in the process of formulating the development goals that will replace the UN’s eight 2015 –target.
The high level meeting will unite decision-makers and ministers from a number of countries and leaders of the UN and civil-society-organizations with the purpose to discuss what the international community should do about global inequality.
Mary looked ready for business in a black and pinstriped suit that has yet to be identified. What we do know about it on the other hand is that she wore it back in 2004 when visiting London together with her husband and then again in early 2005 when visiting Danish Red Cross in Copenhagen. It’s a very classic suit, and I think it is fantastic that Mary still wears it after all these years – and that she fits it even after having given birth to four children. What do you think about the suit, and do you have any suggestions for a possible ID?
London/Danish Red Cross
Underneath the blazer she wore a new multicoloured top that at this moment remains unidentified. If you have any knowledge of the tops origin, please feel free to share.
The purple bag is from Prada, and as far as I know, we have not seen it before at official engagement – only at private public appearances.
Final ID for today is the earrings from Danish jeweller Marianne Dulong.
So far Mary is not expected to undertake any further official engagement until March 11, when she will visit Chile together with Crown Prince Frederik. Do you look forward to that trip?