She is one of the world’s most fashionable members of royalty and Crown Princess Mary showed off her style credentials once again as she stepped out to attend an engagement.
The Danish royal was in the nations capital on Tuesday for the Women Deliver conference, which is the world largest global organisation and conference for women with the aim of improving their health conditions and human rights.
And the Australian-born princess didn’t disappoint in the fashion department as she stepped out in 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.
Meanwhile, it comes after the mother-of-four debuted a stunning new look in a rare magazine photoshoot last week.
Mary appeared completely natural and at ease in front of the camera in a series of beautiful photos for IN magazine, showing off a range of outfits and styles.
In one dazzling snap, Mary models a full-length silver tasselled skirt as she stands with her arms folded and her head down, smiling slightly.
She coupled the statement skirt with a loose white top and blazer, making it a classy and elegant look and in fitting with her usual royal style. Keeping her hair loose and wavy over her shoulders, Mary appeared completely at ease.
Another photo in the same outfit shows a more natural side to the princess however, as she’s then seen laughing off at something in the background of the shot.
Making a quick change, Prince Frederik’s wife goes on to transform her look completely in a plunging black power suit.
Sitting down and once again laughing as she stares downwards, Mary effortlessly models the fitted jacket with a low-cut black top underneath.
The shoot also came with a stunning cover image focusing on the royal’s face, this time showing her opting for a brighter look in a pale blue jumper.
The photos, taken by photographer Franne Voigt, were part of Mary’s push to make the clothing industry more environmentally friendly.
“Together with the generations to inherit the earth after us, we must decide how to create a sustainable future for the planet and the people living on it,” she told the mag, according to the Danish royal family’s official Facebook page.
The photoshoot was released ahead of the Global Fashion Agenda, of which Mary is patron, which holds its annual summit – Copenhagen Fashion Summit – on May 15-16.