Tuesday evening there was a royal visit to Kronborg, when Princess Marie attended as patron of the celebration of the Danish UNESCO national commission 65-year anniversary. And the castle's beautiful setting can be said to fit the occasion, with Kronborg being in the UN organization UNESCO list of world cultural heritage.
The evening began with a speech by Princess Marie, who praised the National Commission ambitious work. - I've been a patron for three years and the commitment I see from your side is crucial for national development commission and important work. I have as a patron of the UNESCO National Commission traveled to both Paris, Japan, Brazil and Greenland, and I am convinced that UNESCO is more important than before. We work for a very ambitious goal of getting peace in the world and our work is unique. I am proud to be part of the team
, said the Princess Marie.
Christine Antorini wished the National Commission congratulations on the anniversary and commend nationalkommussionens work in education, which is one of kommissiønens four office areas, which also counts science, culture and communication and information.
After the more official part there was a tour of the castle and the princess, among others, had the opportunity to see the chapel. After the tour there was a dinner for its members and the royal patron.
I think she looks very appropriate and chic for this event. Great to see her out and about