Beautiful Princess Mary brings back vintage vibe in colourful maxi dress

Princess Mary looked stunning in a boho-style maxi dress for a royal event with husband Prince Frederik. Source: Instagram/ Det Danske Kongehus

It may have been a hit in the 1970s but Princess Mary has proved vintage is still fashionable as she stepped out in a gorgeous boho-style maxi dress for a special royal family celebration.

The Aussie born princess joined her husband Prince Frederik and eldest son Prince Christian at the weekend for an event in honour of Princess Ingrid Alexandra of Norway with the three dressed to the nines for the special occasion. Looking as beautiful as ever Mary sported a lovely print frock which well gracefully to her ankles to show off a pair of pale pink heels.

Adding further pops of colour the mother-of-four paired the outfit with a chunky headband, while she accessorised with some dangly silver earrings. Her gorgeous brunette locks were kept down in slight waves for the important event while she carried a maroon clutch by her side.

Princess Mary looked gorgeous in a pink-patterned frock alongside her husband Prince Frederik and son Prince Christian. Source: Instagram/ Det Danske Kongehus

Frederik on the other hand chose a very formal look for the event honouring Ingrid’s baptism in 2004, wearing a black suit decorated in medals and a red sash which hung across his body. Meanwhile, young Christian sported a simple black suit, white shirt and blue tie as he walked proudly beside his parents.

The three travelled to Norway for the special event for Ingrid, which included an ecclesiastical ceremony and a lunch at the royal palace in Oslo. Also present were King Felipe of Spain, Crown Princess Victoria of Sweden, Princess Martha Louise of Norway, Kind Harald of Norway and Marit Tjessem.

Photos from the event, including one of Mary, Frederik and Christian were shared on social media following the event and fans were quick to comment on how lovely the three looked and how proud they are to have them representing the country. “What a handsome trio,” one person simply commented.

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Da H.K.H. Prinsesse Ingrid Alexandra af Norge blev døbt i 2004, kunne Kronprinsparret ikke deltage, da dåben fandt sted få uger før Deres Kongelige Højheders bryllup. Men i dag, da den norske Prinsesse blev konfirmeret, var Kronprinsparret sammen med H.K.H. Prins Christian til stede under den kirkelige højtidelighed og efterfølgende frokost på Det Kongelige Slot i Oslo 🇳🇴 Kronprinsen er fadder til Prinsesse Ingrid Alexandra, der er nummer to i den norske arvefølge efter sin far, H.K.H. Kronprins Haakon. På det første billede ses Prinsesse Ingrid Alexandra omgivet af sine faddere. Stående fra venstre ses H.M. Kong Felipe af Spanien, H.K.H. Kronprinsesse Victoria af Sverige, Prinsesse Märtha Louise af Norge og H.K.H. Kronprinsen. Forrest sidder konfirmanden mellem sin bedstefar og gudfar H.M. Kong Harald af Norge og sin mormor Marit Tjessem. Se flere billeder fra konfirmationen på @detnorskekongehus 📸 Sven Gj. Gjeruldsen, Det kongelige hoff ©

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Another added: “I think all of us Danes are very proud of our beautiful and wise royal members!” While a third said: “Imagine if Christian ended up with Ingrid Alexandra – then we could almost get Denmark and Norway together!”

Mary’s latest outfit wasn’t too different from another worn recently at an event in Copenhagen, Denmark, for her charitable organisation The Mary Foundation. The Danish royal stepped out in a summery pink bohemian-inspired dress for a packed day of official engagements, which nipped her in at the waist.

The mother-of-four looked stylish in the colourful silky number, which has proven to be a staple of her wardrobe. She was first seen in the thrifty frock from mega clothing retail company H&M in May at the launch of the Copenhagen Fashion Summit, an event on sustainable fashion.

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I festsalen på Københavns Rådhus deltog H.K.H. Kronprinsessen i dag i lanceringen af den årlige begivenhed Verdenstimen, der har til formål at lære børn og unge om FN’s verdensmål for bæredygtig udvikling. De 17 verdensmål blev vedtaget af alle verdens nationer på FN’s generalforsamling i september for fire år siden, og helt konkret handler målene om at løse flere af klodens største udfordringer inden 2030. Ved dagens lanceringsfest overværede Hendes Kongelige Højhed sammen med elever fra 5. og 6. klasse på Randersgades Skole en række taler om udbredelsen af kendskabet til verdensmålene i folkeskoler og på ungdomsuddannelser i Danmark. Efterfølgende deltog alle i fællessang og sluttede af med de kendte rådhuspandekager. 📸 Birger Storm / Aller Foto & Video ©

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Changing the ensemble up for her latest two engagements, Mary teamed the elegant outfit this time with minimal accessories, nude pointed heels and a matching bag. While she wore her dark locks down in a wavy style and kept her make-up neutral.

The crown princess, who married Danish Crown Prince Frederik in 2004, spoke to a crowd of people about loneliness and social exclusion at the first engagement for her charity. The Mary Foundation is close to the princess’s heart and its three areas of focus are bullying, domestic violence and loneliness. Princess Mary then spent the afternoon with children in grades five and six and spoke about the importance of sustainability.

Fans of the princess were quick to comment on the beautiful pictures, with one writing: “Good purpose for supporting. The Crown Princess is proficient and empathetic. Another added: “Beautiful pics. The efforts of Her Royal Highness for the uplift of the country are commendable.” While a third wrote: “Well done Crown Princess! It’s a step in the right direction! Congratulations on your humanitarian efforts. God bless u always.”

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