Princess Mary Enjoys VR During Italy Visit

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Princess Mary Enjoys VR During Italy Visit
November 11, 2018
The special virtual reality headsets work by means of video reconstructions and 'look all around you' 3D vision, meaning its possible to view the first archaeological site in Italy in 3D

 

- Crown Princess Mary and Prince Frederik visited Roman bath ruins this week

- The 46-year-old mother-of-four enjoyed using a VR device to see the past  

- Mary wore her a pretty white summer dress with Nike VaporMax trainers

- The royal couple are in Rome for a trip to strengthen relations between them

 

She might be more used to wearing Prada and Louboutin stilettos, but Crown Princess Mary also showed she's no stranger to a more athletic look, when she sported sneakers this week.

 

On a visit to Rome with Crown Prince Frederik, the 46-year-old mother-of-four donned Nike VaporMax Explorer shoes ($280), which she paired with a Mark Kenly Domino Tan custom-made white summer dress and a belt by MaxMara.

 

She enjoyed looking at the Roman baths ruins in Terme Di Caracalla with VR devices that help you to view the traces of a distant past.

She might be more used to wearing Prada and Louboutin stilettos, but Crown Princess Mary showed she is no stranger to wearing a little athleisure too (pictured with Prince Frederik)
Mary paired her Mark Kenly Domino Tan dress with Nike Vapor Max Explorer trainers, which retail for $280 (pictured)

 

The special virtual reality headsets work by means of video reconstructions and 'look all around you' 3D vision, meaning its possible to view the first archaeological site in Italy completely in 3D.

 

The Crown Prince and Princess certainly got into the spirit of the event while they were there, turning around to view the ruins from all angles.

 

Alongside her dress and Nike trainers, Princess Mary sported Ole Lynggaard Copenhagen Winter Frost Earrings, the Ole Lynggaard Copenhagen Leaf Brooch and her Cartier Love bracelet.

 

She wore her hair in a neat chignon and donned sunglasses to shield her eyes from the sun.

The special virtual reality headsets work by means of video reconstructions and 'look all around you' 3D vision, meaning you can view the first archaeological site in Italy in 3D
Alongside her dress and Nike trainers, Princess Mary sported Ole Lynggaard Copenhagen Winter Frost Earrings, Ole Lynggaard Copenhagen Leaf Brooch and her Cartier Love bracelet
The Danish royal couple are in Rome for a tour that focuses on solutions in health, climate change, water and energy, urbanisation and sustainable food production

 

The couple's tour will focus on solutions in health, climate change, water and energy, urbanisation and sustainable food production.

 

The visit also aims to strengthen relations between Denmark and Italy.

 

Already so far, the Danish royals have been received by the the Italian President Sergio Mattarella, where they had lunch at the Palazzo del Quirinale presidential palace.

The Crown Prince and Princess (pictured) certainly got into the spirit of the event while they were there, turning around to view the ruins from all angles
This latest trip to Rome is one of a number of trips made by the Royal couple this year to places in Europe

 

In the evening, they also enjoyed a reception to welcome them to Italy, where they had dinner with representatives from more than 30 different countries.

 

This latest European tour is similar to many royal tours undertaken by the couple, both separately and together. 

 

Earlier this year, the Crown Princess undertook a solo tour of Finland's west coast.

 

While there, she visited countless local businesses and spoke publicly about Denmark's progressive approach to environmentally friendly energy and urban planning.

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