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A VERY down-to-earth Princess Mary arrives by military helicopter to meet fans in Bangladesh wearing a baseball cap and cargo pants​

By Matilda Rudd For Daily Mail Australia00:33 03 May 2022, updated 01:49 03 May 2022

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The Crown Princess of Denmark is in Bangladesh on a whirlwind three-day trip

  • The 50-year-old was seen smiling and taking photos with locals on April 25
  • Crowds seemed to be thrilled to catch a glimpse of the beloved royal
  • She opted for a comfortable look of a shirt, khaki pants, boots and a cap
  • Earlier this week she shared a delightful selfie-style video with her fans
Crown Princess Mary of Denmark was spotted gracefully getting off a military helicopter in Bangladesh to meet fans on a whirlwind tour of the country.

The 50-year-old royal shook the hands of locals and graciously waved at the surrounding crowds on April 25 with one image capturing the moment she posed for a selfie with fans eagerly awaiting her arrival.
The Danish royal opted for a comfortable, casual look wearing a red patterned shirt, khaki pants and a matching cap.

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Crown Princess Mary of Denmark was spotted gracefully getting off a military helicopter in Bangladesh
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She was escorted across the tarmac to meet waiting fans and organisers of the trip
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Princess Mary was presented with a beautiful bouquet of flowers
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Crown Princess Mary shook the hands of locals and graciously waved at the surrounding crowds during her short trip to Bangladesh
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Princess Mary was showed some delicious fruits and vegetables while on the tour
The Rohingya people and communities seemed to be thrilled to catch a glimpse of Princess Mary and exchanged floral gifts.

She began her working trip in Dhaka, where the mother-of-four was greeted by Bangladesh's Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina Wazed.

Earlier that week the princess shared a delightful selfie-style video with her fans while travelling around Bangladesh.

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One image captured the moment she posed for a selfie with a fan who was at the front of the crowd waiting for her arrival (pictured)
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The beloved royal seemed poised and in high spirits as she spoke to the community
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The Rohingya people and communities seemed to be thrilled to catch a glimpse of Princess Mary and exchanged floral gifts
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The Danish royal opted for a comfortable, casual look wearing a red patterned shirt, khaki pants and a matching cap

Afterwards, accompanied by the Minister for Development Cooperation Flemming Møller Mortensen, Mary met with representatives from Danish companies based in Bangladesh in hopes the two countries can collaborate on green, Earth-friendly products.

The Princess took to the Danish royal family's social media accounts to explain the purpose of her visit there.

'On this journey, the focus is on the consequences of climate change for the population, nature and biodiversity, for Bangladesh is one of the world's most climate vulnerable countries, and it is expected that by 2050, up to 20 million people will be displaced,' Princess Mary said.

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The 50-year-old royal began her working trip in Dhaka, where the mother-of-four was received by Bangladesh's Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina Wazed

'We need to focus more than ever on the diversity of nature and to promote projects aimed at conserving and protecting nature.

'In Bangladesh, there is a worrying pressure on natural resources. At the same time, the country is one of the most vulnerable countries in relation to the negative consequences of climate change - also for the population.

'This means, among other things, that people often have to move because they can no longer grow their crops or because areas are flooded.'

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The Princess took to the Danish royal family's social media accounts to explain the purpose of her visit there
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For the meeting Mary wore a blue and white silk dress by Beulah London and Dulong pearl and diamond earrings, a favourite of the royal's
For the meeting Mary wore a blue and white silk dress by Beulah London and Dulong pearl and diamond earrings, a favourite of the royal's.

'Love this dress on Princess Mary. The colours and fabric look light and fresh for Bangladesh's warm climate, and Mary looks cool and collected and ready for business. I like the pleating - it give a breezy look as well as some shape to the dress. Overall very nice look indeed,' one royal commenter remarked.

'It's so good to see countries working together to combat world issues. Thank you for all that you do,' said another.

A third added: 'We love our Princess! Sending luck from Australia'.

 

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Crown Princess of Denmark Mary Elizabeth visits Rohingya camps in Cox’s Bazar​

While on the island, she spoke to the Rohingya community about their lives


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Crown Princess of Denmark Mary Elizabeth talks to Rohingya community during her visit to Kutupalong camp in Cox’s Bazar Tuesday, April 26, 2022 Dhaka Tribune

Abdul Aziz, Cox’s Bazar
April 26, 2022 4:00 AM

Crown Princess of Denmark Mary Elizabeth on Tuesday visited the largest refugee camp in the world, Kutupalong camp in Cox’s Bazar.

The princess, who is on a three-day visit to Bangladesh, met with the Rohingya and host communities on camps no 5, 6, and 8 at the district’s Ukhiya upazila.

Later, Princess Mary inspected soil erosion control and environmental restoration activities conducted by the Danish Refugee Council (DRC). She also planted trees near camp 5.

Several government officials and the Refugee Relief and Repatriation Commission accompanied her during the visit.

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Crown Princess of Denmark Mary Elizabeth talks to Rohingya community during her visit to Kutupalong camp in Cox’s Bazar Tuesday, April 26, 2022 Dhaka Tribune

The princess exchanged views about Bangladesh's humanitarian efforts toward the Rohingya community during the meeting.

The Danish princess later walked through the camps and visited the communities’ homes. She stopped by and talked to the Rohingyas about their lives on the island.

She arrived at Cox's Bazar on Monday afternoon on a private plane.

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Crown Princess of Denmark Mary Elizabeth along with other officials pose for a photo during her visit to Kutupalong camp in Cox’s Bazar Tuesday, April 26, 2022 Dhaka Tribune

On Wednesday morning, the princess will fly out from Cox's Bazar for Satkhira to visit Kultoli village to meet climate-vulnerable community members.

She is also scheduled to visit the multipurpose cyclone shelter at the nearby community, its management committee, and its functionality during cyclone

She is scheduled to leave Dhaka for Istanbul on Wednesday night.
 
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A VERY down-to-earth Princess Mary arrives by military helicopter to meet fans in Bangladesh wearing a baseball cap and cargo pants​

By Matilda Rudd For Daily Mail Australia00:33 03 May 2022, updated 01:49 03 May 2022

57325263-0-image-a-8_1651534250465.jpg


The Crown Princess of Denmark is in Bangladesh on a whirlwind three-day trip

  • The 50-year-old was seen smiling and taking photos with locals on April 25
  • Crowds seemed to be thrilled to catch a glimpse of the beloved royal
  • She opted for a comfortable look of a shirt, khaki pants, boots and a cap
  • Earlier this week she shared a delightful selfie-style video with her fans
Crown Princess Mary of Denmark was spotted gracefully getting off a military helicopter in Bangladesh to meet fans on a whirlwind tour of the country.

The 50-year-old royal shook the hands of locals and graciously waved at the surrounding crowds on April 25 with one image capturing the moment she posed for a selfie with fans eagerly awaiting her arrival.
The Danish royal opted for a comfortable, casual look wearing a red patterned shirt, khaki pants and a matching cap.

57324141-10776389-image-a-1_1651533899532.jpg
Crown Princess Mary of Denmark was spotted gracefully getting off a military helicopter in Bangladesh
57324145-10776389-image-a-2_1651533905000.jpg
She was escorted across the tarmac to meet waiting fans and organisers of the trip
57324143-10776389-image-a-3_1651533910643.jpg
Princess Mary was presented with a beautiful bouquet of flowers
57132267-10761073-Crown_Princess_Mary_shook_the_hands_of_locals_and_graciously_wav-a-1_1651102587423.jpg
Crown Princess Mary shook the hands of locals and graciously waved at the surrounding crowds during her short trip to Bangladesh
57324147-10776389-image-a-4_1651534020120.jpg
Princess Mary was showed some delicious fruits and vegetables while on the tour
The Rohingya people and communities seemed to be thrilled to catch a glimpse of Princess Mary and exchanged floral gifts.

She began her working trip in Dhaka, where the mother-of-four was greeted by Bangladesh's Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina Wazed.

Earlier that week the princess shared a delightful selfie-style video with her fans while travelling around Bangladesh.

57132263-10761073-One_image_captured_the_moment_she_posed_for_a_selfie_with_a_fan_-a-2_1651102587424.jpg
One image captured the moment she posed for a selfie with a fan who was at the front of the crowd waiting for her arrival (pictured)
57132251-10761073-image-a-2_1651097987589.jpg
The beloved royal seemed poised and in high spirits as she spoke to the community
57132265-10761073-image-a-4_1651099069385.jpg
The Rohingya people and communities seemed to be thrilled to catch a glimpse of Princess Mary and exchanged floral gifts
57132269-10761073-image-a-5_1651099073834.jpg
The Danish royal opted for a comfortable, casual look wearing a red patterned shirt, khaki pants and a matching cap

Afterwards, accompanied by the Minister for Development Cooperation Flemming Møller Mortensen, Mary met with representatives from Danish companies based in Bangladesh in hopes the two countries can collaborate on green, Earth-friendly products.

The Princess took to the Danish royal family's social media accounts to explain the purpose of her visit there.

'On this journey, the focus is on the consequences of climate change for the population, nature and biodiversity, for Bangladesh is one of the world's most climate vulnerable countries, and it is expected that by 2050, up to 20 million people will be displaced,' Princess Mary said.

57046201-10761073-The_50_year_old_royal_began_her_working_trip_in_Dhaka_where_the_-a-5_1651109001916.jpg
The 50-year-old royal began her working trip in Dhaka, where the mother-of-four was received by Bangladesh's Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina Wazed

'We need to focus more than ever on the diversity of nature and to promote projects aimed at conserving and protecting nature.

'In Bangladesh, there is a worrying pressure on natural resources. At the same time, the country is one of the most vulnerable countries in relation to the negative consequences of climate change - also for the population.

'This means, among other things, that people often have to move because they can no longer grow their crops or because areas are flooded.'

57046197-10752809-image-a-2_1650930564486.jpg
The Princess took to the Danish royal family's social media accounts to explain the purpose of her visit there
57046187-10752809-For_the_meeting_Mary_was_adorned_in_a_blue_and_white_silk_dress_-a-1_1650932426855.jpg
For the meeting Mary wore a blue and white silk dress by Beulah London and Dulong pearl and diamond earrings, a favourite of the royal's
For the meeting Mary wore a blue and white silk dress by Beulah London and Dulong pearl and diamond earrings, a favourite of the royal's.

'Love this dress on Princess Mary. The colours and fabric look light and fresh for Bangladesh's warm climate, and Mary looks cool and collected and ready for business. I like the pleating - it give a breezy look as well as some shape to the dress. Overall very nice look indeed,' one royal commenter remarked.

'It's so good to see countries working together to combat world issues. Thank you for all that you do,' said another.

A third added: 'We love our Princess! Sending luck from Australia'.


She is gorgeous.
 

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She is the Princess of Denmark and a royal emissary of that Nation, and deserving of all the respect we can accord her.

Denmark has been an enthusiastic development partner of Bangladesh and therefore we should show due respect to this descendant of Denmark's Royal bloodline.

Showing her respect behooves us well, as we are a rapidly developing nation and good relations with Denmark as a technologically advanced country (who can help us with technology transfers) is something we need urgently. Some of Walton's automation came from Finland and Denmark.

The entire nation of India got advanced two decades in the Plant Engineering field (in multiple sectors such as diary, food processing and many electrical sectors) because of Just one Danish-founded company in India, Larsen and Toubro (L&T).

Even as a commoner official from Denmark, Her Excellency the Princess would deserve respect for the fact that she visited the Rohingya camp.

The EU's support is very important for declaring Burmese Junta members persona non-grata in EU and support in principle for stopping all investments in Myanmar. If we disrespect this lady, then that objective will be difficult to achieve.
 
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I guess they really dont get the royal treatment back home so have to visit poor browns to recharge their royal ego, by the way most of those village ppl wont even know where denmark is and who she is, just that gori mem ai hay lolz.
 

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I guess they really dont get the royal treatment back home so have to visit poor browns to recharge their royal ego, by the way most of those village ppl wont even know where denmark is and who she is, just that gori mem ai hay lolz.

For the Rohingyas - it was a PR opportunity and Photo-Op which was instrumental in bolstering their case in the Hague, because someone important from Denmark symbolically extended their support to them.

I don't think the Danes expect the foreign countries to conduct the same Royal protocol extended as they get at home but she got to meet Hasina and normal diplomatic protocol for foreign dignitaries was extended as required. This is the minimum we can do for important overseas visitors. :-)
 

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Replacing Quaid e Azam pic with A 2 takka traitor mujib Wow what a country !
At least we have a country

She is the Princess of Denmark and a royal emissary of that Nation, and deserving of all the respect we can accord her.

Denmark has been an enthusiastic development partner of Bangladesh and therefore we should show due respect to this descendant of Denmark's Royal bloodline.

Showing her respect behooves us well, as we are a rapidly developing nation and good relations with Denmark as a technologically advanced country (who can help us with technology transfers) is something we need urgently. Some of Walton's automation came from Finland and Denmark.

The entire nation of India got advanced two decades in the Plant Engineering field (in multiple sectors such as diary, food processing and many electrical sectors) because of Just one Danish-founded company in India, Larsen and Toubro (L&T).

Even as a commoner official from Denmark, Her Excellency the Princess would deserve respect for the fact that she visited the Rohingya camp.

The EU's support is very important for declaring Burmese Junta members persona non-grata in EU and support in principle for stopping all investments in Myanmar. If we disrespect this lady, then that objective will be difficult to achieve.
Agreed. Don't understand the reasons for all the hate/ridicule here.
 

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She Very well could be a very distant descendent of count Vlad tepes Dracula

And that is not an insult

All european royal houses are related to each other in some way or the other due to centuries of inbreeding among them, even Royal Family of UK are descendants of Vlad the impaler

 

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