They’re both known for their winning style choices and Princess Mary and Brigitte Macron made sure they complimented each other perfectly as they joined forces in Paris this week.
Australian-born royal Mary, 47, once again hit all the right notes as she opted for a below-the-knee white dress which clinched in at the waist with a thin black belt. The V-neck number had a light chequered pattern and she coupled the classy outfit with some statement blue heels.
Wearing her hair loose in a straight but voluminous look, Mary looked radiant as she laughed and smiled with Brigitte on the visit to the Centre Georges Pompidou modern art museum, followed by the Elysee Palace in Paris.
Meanwhile, Brigitte, 66, stood out in a beautiful powder pink dress which fell above the knee and showed off her amazing figure. The dress had an open black neckline and two pockets at the front, giving it a stylish and timeless appearance, and like Mary she towered in stilettos – opting for classy black instead.
Brigitte wore her blonde hair down too and flashed a beaming smile to her companion throughout their trip out together.
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Fru Brigitte Macron tog imod H.K.H. Kronprinsessen, da Hendes Kongelige Højhed ankom til kunstinstitutionen Centre Pompidou for at se udstillingen Sonja Ferlov Mancoba, der sætter spot på en af den nyere tids vigtigste danske billedhuggere. Udstillingen følger den dansk-franske Sonja Ferlov Mancoba, der blev født i København og 1936 flyttede til Paris og fik atelier ved siden af den verdensberømte kunstner Alberto Giacometti. Her kom Mancoba også på sporet af surrealismen, og det kan ses i hendes halvabstrakte væsner, krigerfigurer og masker af ler og gips, som Kronprinsessen og Fru Macron i dag så på udstillingen.
Sharing a series of photos of the pair online, the Daish royals’ Instagram page explained that they visited the Sonja Ferlov Mancoba art exhibition, which “follows the Danish-French Sonja Ferlov Mancoba, who was born in Copenhagen and in 1936 moved to Paris and got a studio next to the world-famous artist Alberto Giacometti. Here, Mancoba also came on the trail of surrealism, and it can be seen in her semi-abstract creatures, warrior figures and masks of clay and plaster”.
Following their visit to the Elysee Palace, the pair also enjoyed lunch together.
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Élyséepalæet i Paris er bolig for den franske Præsident H.E. Emmanuel Macron og hustruen Fru Brigitte Macron, og i anledning af H.K.H. Kronprinsessens besøg i Paris havde Præsidentfruen i dag inviteret Hendes Kongelige Højhed på frokost. Under frokosten drøftede Kronprinsessen og Fru Macron emner af fælles interesse. Det er ikke første gang, at Kronprinsessen mødes med Fru Macron. I juni 2017 blev Hendes Kongelige Højhed inviteret på te af Præsidentfruen, da Kronprinsessen var i Paris for at deltage i OECD-konferencen om globaliseringsproblemer. Sidste år var Frankrigs Præsidentpar på statsbesøg i Danmark, og her deltog Kronprinsessen og Fru Macron i flere programpunkter sammen. 📸 JULIEN MOUFFRON-GARDNER ©️
It’s not the first time the pair have made headlines with a stylish outing together and last year they turned heads in striking red dresses during a meeting in Copenhagen.
Welcoming the first lady and her president husband Emmanuel Macron to Denmark’s capital, the Danish royals were full of smiles as they gave the couple a tour of the city during their two day visit.
With her brunette locks pulled back into a low bun, Mary looked classy and elegant in a stunning high-necked dress by Brazilian designer Raquel Diniz at the time.
Falling gracefully past her knees, the stunning red Armonia silk georgette dress was the perfect fit for the Aussie born royal as it tied in at the waist showing off her slim figure.
And the French First Lady looked just as beautiful in a simple red dress that hung just above the knee and a long tailored coat in the same colour.