Crown Princess Mary is known for her impeccable sense of fashion and her latest outfit choice hit all the right notes as she stepped out in a 1950’s style full skirt for a packed day of official engagements.
The Australian-born member of royalty, from Hobart, donned the polka dot skirt, which nipped her in at the waist and fell to her knees, as she visited a hospice on Thursday, before spending the afternoon playing sports with local children at a charity.
Princess Mary looked stylish in the navy spotted skirt, which resembled the popular swing skirts that were worn in the ’50s.
The mother-of-four completed the vintage-inspired look by layering a simple crimson sweater over a pink ruffled shirt, which featured a statement collar and cuffs. While she wore her dark locks down in a straight style and kept her make-up neutral.
The crown princess, who married Danish Crown Prince Frederik in 2004, spent time with terminal patients at the North sea Hospice on Thursday morning and was handed a stunning bouquet of flowers, as she posed for photographs outside of the facility.
Later in the day, she visited the Hobro Christmas Seal Home to mark its 80th anniversary. Run by charity The Christmas Seal Foundation – known as Julemærkefonden – the home provides temporary accommodation for children facing a range of social challenges.
Princess Mary, who is patron of the charity, swapped her heels for trainers during the visit and got stuck into a game of tennis with some of the young residents.
Earlier this week, Mary attended the Women Deliver conference in the nation’s capital, which is the world largest global organisation and conference for women with the aim of improving their health conditions and human rights.
For the occasion she wore an elegant fitted navy blue dress, which fell just above the knee and cinched in at the waist. She completed her elegant look with subtle smoky eye make-up and wore her raven locks loose in curls.