Princess Mary and French First Lady Brigitte Macron showed off their fabulous sense of style in striking red dresses during a meeting in Copenhagen.
Looking as glamorous as ever the pair were perfectly colour coordinated as they both opted for stunning and vibrant red outfits.
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, the princess looked classy and elegant in a stunning high-necked dress by Brazilian designer Raquel Diniz.
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.
Keeping it simple and elegant, the mother-of-four chose to pair the outfit with silver snakeskin heels, and silver earrings, with a deep red clutch and brooch completing her look.
Joining the Danish couple as they laid wreaths to fallen soldiers at the Citadel in Copenhagen, 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.
The 65-year-old beauty paired the outfit with simple black pumps and kept her blonde locks down with a slight wave.
It has been a busy few weeks for Princess Mary who has been spotted out and about alongside husband Prince Frederik on numerous occasions for royal engagements.
Always looking picture perfect, the Danish royal has opted for a range of differing outfits with the most recent being a traditional Faroese dress.
The 46-year-old royal was spotted in a cape and gorgeous red and green dress and she attended a church service with her beautiful family on the Faroe Islands over the weekend.
The Princess, originally from Tasmania, donned a traditional Faroese outfit as she arrived for the special church service in Sandavágur.
It was a family affair with 11-year-old Princess Isabella and seven-year-old Princess Josephine wearing similar dresses to their mother. Meanwhile, seven-year-old Prince Vincent and 12-year-old Prince Christian wore smart black trousers, waistcoats, buckled shoes and long socks.