Princess Mary might be a national treasure here in Australia, thanks to her Tassie roots, but the crown princess has won the world over with her impressive and faultless sense of style.
The Hobart-born royal never seems to put a foot wrong when it comes to fashion and her latest outfit was no different as she dazzled on stage in a gorgeous 1970s-inspired jumpsuit.
With full-length flared pants, long bell sleeves and a high funnel neck, Mary’s outfit wouldn’t have looked out of place on stage in the ’70s as she handed out prizes to honour the best of Denmark’s architects, designers and upcoming talent.
Mary completed the retro look with a pair of drop earrings and a silver bangle, while she wore her dark brown locks in loose curls, which hung over her shoulders, and kept her make-up simple and elegant with a subtle lip and light dusting of blusher.
The wife of Crown Prince Frederik, 46, beamed as she gave a speech at the stylish annual event, which took place on Thursday at the Bellevue Theatre, north of Copenhagen.
And the fashionable member of royalty, who married the heir to the Danish throne in 2004, was even tasked with handing out the top award for ‘Designer of the Year’ which went to designer and architect Lars Road.
Værftet Meyer Turku på den finske vestkyst bygger krydstogtskibe, og i dag besøgte H.K.H. Kronprinsessen blandt andet den 130 meter høje kran, der er en central del af den store arbejdsplads. Efterfølgende fik Hendes Kongelige Højhed en rundvisning på krydstogtskibet Mein Schiff 2, der er ved at blive bygget. Med på besøget var 10 danske maritime virksomheder, der har planer om at indlede et samarbejde med værftet i Finland. ???? Lavea Media ©️
The crown princess, who has four children with Frederik, has been flying solo recently as her husband, 50, recovered from minor spinal surgery, after he was admitted to hospital earlier this month.
Last week she ditched her usual high glamour style for a far more practical look, as she donned a hard hat, steel toe-capped boots and hi-vis jacket as she made a trip to the Meyer Turku shipyard on Finland’s west coast, as she continued her official visit in honour of 100 years of diplomatic relations between Denmark and its Nordic neighbour.
Brave Mary, 46, even took a trip to the top of the 130-metre high crane, as she toured the industrial yard and learned about its importance to the country, as well as meeting 10 Danish maritime companies who are seeking to partner with the yard.