Crown Princess Mary of Denmark elegantly opened a grief support center in Vejle wearing a patterned white dress

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In a stylish white outfit with a design, Crown Princess Mary of Denmark launched a Vejle grief support facility.

The 51-year-old Australian-born Danish queen exuded happiness when she arrived yesterday at the Danish National Centre for Grief.

The royal mother-of-four wore a lovely white midi dress with a subdued monochromatic design to the event.

As she arrived, she wore little makeup and slung her long brown hair over her shoulder.

It happens as the princess returns from her family’s summer vacation in Ibiza, where she was seen spending time with her husband Crown Prince Frederik while basking in the sun and the sea.

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She seemed at ease yesterday as she spoke at the center’s opening in Denmark and then spoke with staff members who work there.

Anyone who has lost a parent, sibling, child, spouse, or who is related to someone who is battling a life-threatening medical disease is eligible for free counselling from the Danish National Centre for Grief.

Griefline, a hotline provided by the centre, is also available.

Together with her husband Prince Frederik, she was seen Wednesday basking in the sun on the Spanish island.

Together with Frederik, Mary had a nice swim in the water while showing off her lovely form in a one-piece green swimsuit from the Copenhagen Cartel brand of Denmark.

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The identical one-piece was worn by the 51-year-old in December 2022 on Sydney’s Palm Beach.

When Mary and Frederik sailed to a beach with another couple, they were seen having a vacation from the kids and their opulent boat.

The couple seemed at ease as they spoke, laughed, and swam in the clear water together.

When they got to shore, Frederik was wearing board shorts and a blue T-shirt, while Mary was dressed in a bright yellow button-up shirt and khaki shorts.

The princess covered her eyes with Wayfarer-style sunglasses and a white Panama hat to shield her from the sun.

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Mary didn’t skimp on the accessories, opting for a $256 leather phone bag by Jerome Dreyfuss and stacked gold necklaces.

Her athletic bathing suit has a stylish square neckline, thin straps that are adjustable, and seam detailing on the top.

It is also UPF 50+, made of soft, breathable cotton, and has a two-layer fabric for maximum support and fit.

The family’s vacation follows Princess Mary’s elder son Prince Christian’s shocking declaration to royal admirers just before his 18th birthday.

The young prince, who turns 18 on October 15, will defy convention by forgoing his royal stipend in order to put more of an emphasis on his schooling.

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The future Danish King will be eligible for government support once he is 18, but he won’t receive money or work as a full-time royal until he turns 21.

“Prince Christian’s main priority in the coming year will be the completion of the Prince’s upper secondary education,” a statement on the Royal House’s Instagram page said.

‘It has thus been agreed with the Ministry of State that support in the Danish Parliament for a law on annual pension will only be sought when the prince turns 21 or by a possible change of the throne, if it takes place before.’

Christian will stay out of the limelight but eventually return to public appearances in an official capacity, the statement’s conclusion said.

‘Only after this is the expectation that His Royal Highness will participate to a greater extent in official contexts,’ it said.

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‘However, it depends on where the Prince is at this point in his education. Until then, just like today, Prince Christian will only participate in official contexts to a limited extent.’

Christian is not yet a full-time working royal despite the many public appearances he has made with his family.

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