Princess Mary turns up the pace
Within a week, Crown Princess Mary on the field for the Danish royal family at all five major events. The busy work week marks the beginning of a crucial period for the Crown Princess.
Princess Mary opens on Thursday, January 28 a very busy official work week to attend the New Year's reception with Women Deliver Committee in Copenhagen. This will enable the Crown Princess to talk to other profiles on the world's largest women's conference to be held in May in Copenhagen and the Crown Princess as patron.Strong women on the agenda
The following day, Friday, January 29, strong women again on the official agenda of Mary, who hands over the Women's Board Award at an event on Amager in Copenhagen.
Monday, February 1 is Crown Princess Mary also guest of honor at the Mary Foundation and the Red Cross' network group "work" at an event in Slagelse. "Work" is focused on creating a network of solitary adults.
On Thursday, February 4 the Crown Princess on the podium at Christiansborg Palace at a conference on sexual and reproductive health and rights in humanitarian crises, where women and children are victims.
The official work week in the inflated rate closed when Mary presents Cancer Society Merit Award at a major event in the Playhouse in Copenhagen in connection with World Cancer Day.Africa trip canceled because of terror
The Crown Princess, who probably have many hours of work in preparation for the many official events, were also in the days leading up to his busy work week have been on an arduous journey to the West African country of Burkina Faso, where she would focus on women's rights.
Unfortunately had the trip that was scheduled to last from January 24 to 26 is canceled as Burkina Faso's capital Ouagadougou just a week before the Crown Princess and Foreign Minister Kristian Jensen's arrival was hit by a terrorist attack.Crucial period for Mary
Crown Princess Mary's tight program purely professional marks the beginning of a very crucial period that culminates with the Women's Conference Women Deliver in Copenhagen in May. Princess Mary is patron and one of the already announced keynote speakers at the conference, and she has more than ever a chance to make a difference with strange case of women.