It didn’t take long for Princess Mary to win the hearts of many across the globe for her warm and caring nature, but the Aussie-born royal has also impressed with her fabulous style since joining the Danish royal family.
The mother-of-four wowed onlookers this week by stepping out in two stunning outfits in one day for a busy round of royal engagements.
Prince Frederik’s wife seamlessly transitioned from a pretty casual outfit to more elegant evening attire on Wednesday as she attended two important events.
Mary, 47, sported a gorgeous pink print skirt paired with a white turtle-neck sweater during the day for a visit to a local school in Denmark’s capital of Copenhagen. The beautiful princess was all smiles for the meeting with children where she addressed the problem of bullying and how to create a better community.
In further photos shared by the royal family, Mary is seen happily engaging with the kids who are working to create a more friendly environment.
“HRH The Crown Princess and 220 children from the leisure institution at Vibenshus School were singing today, as the Mary Foundation’s Free of Bullying and HipSomHap presented a new song that is about being a good companion on the web,” the Danish royal family wrote in a post on Instagram.
H.K.H. Kronprinsessen og 220 børn fra fritidsinstitutionen ved Vibenshus Skole sang i dag med, da Mary Fonden og Red Barnets Fri for Mobberi og HipSomHap præsenterede en ny sang, der handler om at være en god kammerat på nettet. ”Jeg er en ’liker’, men jeg ’liker’ ikke alt … ” lyder det i sangen, der er en del af en række nye Fri for Mobberi-redskaber, som pædagoger og lærere kan bruge til at styrke børns sociale kompetencer og det gode børnefællesskab, når de bevæger sig i den digitale verden. Sangen blev præsenteret i samarbejde med Fritidsinstitutionen ved Vibenshus Skole, som Kronprinsessen besøgte i dag. Institutionen har siden 2014 brugt Fri for Mobberi i arbejdet med at styrke børnenes kammeratskab. 📸 Jakob Carlsen ©️
The song is part of a number of new tools created by the foundation for educators to help strengthen children’s social skills in the moving digital world.
Later that day, Mary changed into a more formal outfit for the annual Danish Rainbow Award show, also in Copenhagen. The princess opted for a pale pink, shiny blouse for the evening event, which she matched with a pair of similarly coloured wide-leg trousers.
The beautiful royal added a few more curls to her look, while she sported some lovely silver earrings and a thin silver bracelet. The awards night, held at The Circus Building, is an annual, non-profit event held by volunteers in celebration of individuals and companies that in the past year have made a positive and significant difference in the LGBT community.
While at the event, Mary had the honour of presenting an award to a lucky recipient.