'We need to create jobs where women are not just fit into a male world': Crown Princess Mary stuns in candid snaps ahead of conference on women's rights – Women Deliver

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‘We need to create jobs where women are not just fit into a male world’: Crown Princess Mary stuns in candid snaps ahead of conference on women’s rights

By Laura House | Daily Mail | 21 April 2016

Crown Princess Mary of Denmark has shown off her inner covergirl on the cover of Danish Fashion Magazine, Euro Woman.

The stylish 44-year-old recently sat down for an interview with the magazine ahead of the global Women Deliver Conference next month.

The candid cover photos show the Princess posing in very modern and simple outfits with minimal pieces of jewellery.

Two covers were released - the first one in black and white for subscribers and the second, where the Australian-born royal is seen in a glamorous white dress, is for everybody else.

The 20 page interview was conducted by editor Mette Storum Krough, where the mother-of-four discussed women's health and rights, equality and the importance of creating more inclusiveness in the workplace.

The Women Deliver 2016 Conference will be held at the Bella Center in Copenhagen, Denmark from 16-19 of May and will be attended by thousands of world influencers, advocates, researchers, journalists and activists.

It is the largest conference on girls and women's health and rights and the Crown Princess will be the official patron.

The Princess also acts as a patron for the United Nations Population Fund (UNFPA) and the Danish Maternity Foundation and is a member of the High-Level Task Force for ICPD.

At the 2016 conference there will be a specific focus on maternal, sexual, and reproductive health and rights – and the inter-connections with gender equality, education, environment, and economic empowerment.

Speaking to the magazine, the Princess said 'men and women are different. It's just a fact. Therefore, we must create more inclusiveness and diversity in business.'

'We need to create jobs where women are not just fit into a male world, but where there is room for diversity and where there is an understanding that men and women have different ways of expressing themselves.

There must be room for individuality and the individual family choice. It is a private matter, but we are still bound by some cultural norms in our society, which is very strong.'

Despite preparing for the conference, Mary has also been busy carrying out a number of her duties in the educational sector.

On April 15, the passionate Princess travelled to Vesterbro, Copenhagen, to open a school of secondary education with a focus on vocational training and educational programs within the health sciences.

The brunette beauty was seen chatting to teachers and students before she gave a speech about the importance of education and went on a tour of the classrooms.

She also took some time to take selfies and some photographs with those who had come out to see their future queen.

The Princess wore one of her favourite coats for the occasion - a Prada coat with pops of yellow that she was seen wearing for the first time in 2010 at the opening of Danish parliament when she was pregnant with her twins.

She paired the coat with a pair of black pants and a brand new pair of bright yellow Gianvito Rossi suede pumps.

She also carried a Quidam clutch and kept both her hair and make up natural and casual.