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Crown Princess Mary makes casual cool again in a recycled Hugo Boss suit and $310 Nike sneakers

Crown Princess Mary has visited a Danish swimming club wearing a navy blue power suit and a pair of trendy Nike sneakers to promote an anti-bullying m

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Crown Princess Mary has visited a Danish swimming club wearing a navy blue power suit and a pair of trendy Nike sneakers to promote an anti-bullying message.

Denmark’s future queen, 48, met with the Helsingoer Swimming Club, in Elsinore, Denmark, on Thursday to reaffirm the Antibulli Swimming Initiative she helped launch with her Mary Foundation. 

Mary shone in a Hugo Boss power suit featuring the Agnesy blazer and Hefena trousers, which were recycled from an event she attended in New York on September 19, 2017. 

Denmark's future queen, 48, on Thursday met with the Helsingoer Swimming Club, in Elsinore, Denmark, to reaffirm the Antibulli Swimming Initiative she helped create with her Mary Foundation

Denmark’s future queen, 48, on Thursday met with the Helsingoer Swimming Club, in Elsinore, Denmark, to reaffirm the Antibulli Swimming Initiative she helped create with her Mary Foundation

The aim of the initiative is to promote team spirit and combat bullying among children, both in and out of the pool. It is currently being tested at 10 clubs across Denmark

The aim of the initiative is to promote team spirit and combat bullying among children, both in and out of the pool. It is currently being tested at 10 clubs across Denmark

And the mother-of-four paired back the look with $310 Nike Air Vapormax 3.0 Flyknit sneakers in a white and blue shade, a practical yet on-trend choice for the wet aquatic centre floor.

She wore one of her most recent purchases, Dulong’s Piccolo Holiday Bracelet in Gold which is approx. AU$1,564.83 and the brand’s Delphis arm ring for approx. AU$2,988.23, along with the Orit Elhanati Abyss Necklace in Yellow Gold.

Her signature Cartier Love bracelet (AU$9,850) was also on her wrist for the afternoon visit.

Mary shone in a Hugo Boss power suit featuring the Agnesy blazer and Hefena trousers, which were recycled from an event she attended in New York on September 19, 2017

And the mother-of-four paired back the look with $310 Nike Air Vapormax 3.0 Flyknit sneakers in a white and blue shade, perfect for traversing a wet indoor swimming pool

Mary shone in a Hugo Boss power suit featuring the Agnesy blazer and Hefena trousers, which were recycled from an event she attended in New York on September 19, 2017

Her signature Cartier Love bracelet (AU$9,850) was also on her wrist for the afternoon visit

 Her signature Cartier Love bracelet (AU$9,850) was also on her wrist for the afternoon visit

Mary spoke to the children at the club and watched them complete some of their basic drill exercises in the pool. 

The aim of the initiative is to promote team spirit and combat bullying among children, both in and out of the pool. It is currently being tested at 10 clubs across Denmark. 

Earlier in the day Mary attended a virtual meeting of the WWF World Nature Fund Board, and as President of the board was keen to hear about the methods in place to save endangered animal species and biodiversity. 

Even though she was only in front of a computer screen, the royal put her best fashion foot forward in a Lanvin Check Technical Satin Blouse, which she has worn on numerous occasions.

Since her wedding to Prince Frederik, 52, on May 14, 2004 at Copenhagen Cathedral, Mary has mastered diplomacy and regal decorum with aplomb.

Mary spoke to the children at the club and watched them complete some of their basic drill exercises in the pool

Mary spoke to the children at the club and watched them complete some of their basic drill exercises in the pool

The Princess, who was born in Hobart, Tasmania, launched The Mary Foundation in 2007, a charity focused on stamping out domestic violence, bullying and loneliness

The Princess, who was born in Hobart, Tasmania, launched The Mary Foundation in 2007, a charity focused on stamping out domestic violence, bullying and loneliness

The Princess, who was born in Hobart, Tasmania, launched The Mary Foundation in 2007, a charity focused on stamping out domestic violence, bullying and loneliness.

Each year The Mary Foundation hands out 2,000 rucksacks for children living in temporary shelters with their mothers across Denmark, the Faroe Islands and Greenland.

Together with Frederik, Mary shares Prince Christian, 15, Princess Isabella, 13, and nine-year-old twins Prince Vincent and Princess Josephine.  

Mary looked cool, calm and collected in her navy blue suit and matching Nike sneakers with complimentary gold jewellery

Each year The Mary Foundation hands out 2,000 rucksacks for children living in temporary shelters with their mothers across Denmark, the Faroe Islands and Greenland

Mary looked cool, calm and collected in her navy blue suit and matching Nike sneakers with complimentary gold jewellery

Mary had a busy day on October 22, attending a virtual meeting with WWF before visiting the pool

Mary had a busy day on October 22, attending a virtual meeting with WWF before visiting the pool

In October 2019, Mary took one step closer to becoming the first Australian-born queen after she was named regent in a historic move by Queen Margrethe.

The title gives the Princess power to perform duties as head of state when the 80-year-old monarch is overseas or otherwise engaged.

Between raising her children and appearing at diplomatic events, Mary has worked tirelessly to prove her commitment to charity, becoming a patron of more than 25 international organisations since her marriage 16 years ago.

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