On Tuesday, April 1, 2014, Her Royal Highness Crown Princess Mary of Denmark accompanied by representatives from the Mary Fonden and the Red Barnet Fri for Mobberi (Free from Bullying) arrived in Tallinn, Estonia, for a two-day visit.
According to the Danish royal court, the purpose of the trip is to visit with the Fri for Mobberi, “…an anti-bullying campaign now established in several kindergartens and schools in Estonia…”
The day began with a visit to the Suitsupääsupesa Lasteaed kindergarten where the lovely crown princess met with staff, teachers, and students who were happy to meet the future queen of Denmark.
Thereafter, Crown Princess Mary attended the opening of the Danish King’s Garden as well as presided over the opening of the exhibition entitled, A Modern Royal Household, at the Tallinn City Museum.
In the evening, the crown princess accompanied by her delegation attended a reception held in her honor and hosted by the Mayor of Tallinn, Mr. Edgar Savisaar, at the Tallinn Town Hall. Soon, the crown princess was off to Kadriorg Palace where she met with the President of Estonia, Mr. Toomas Hendrik Ilves, and his wife, Mrs. Evelin Ilves.
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