NewsCrown Princess Mary: Extraordinary gift leaves you speechless

Crown Princess Mary: Extraordinary gift leaves you speechless

Crown Princess Mary has received classic gifts such as flowers a number of times. If you want to surprise you, you have to come up with something special.

Milan – Crown Princess Mary (49) traveled south earlier this week to attend Milan Design Week in Milan. In 2020 the world’s largest furniture and design fair had to be canceled due to corona, this year there is again a lot of activity in the metropolis.

On her first day in Italy, Crown Princess Mary paid a visit to the Leonardo da Vinci Science and Technology Museum. As part of the Milan Design Week, the museum hosts an exhibition dedicated to the topic of sustainability in Danish design and architecture.

As a representative of the royal family, the wife of Crown Prince Frederik (53) did not miss the exhibits. During her tour, Mary was even given an extraordinary present that left the 49-year-old speechless: A portrait of the Crown Princess can be seen in one of the rooms.
At * you can take a look at the unique portrait of Crown Princess Mary.

The portrait, which shows Mary in a dark red evening dress and a tiara in her hair, was not painted with oil paints, it is made of recycled materials! It is part of the “Scart Initiative”, which, under the banner of sustainability, transforms supposed rubbish into works of art and everyday objects. * is an offer from IPPEN.MEDIA.

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