She’s known for her impeccable style and elegance and Princess Mary didn’t disappoint in the fashion department as she stepped out in a stunning blue ensemble for a visit to Latvia with husband Prince Frederik to commemorate the country’s 100th year anniversary of independence.
The Australian-born princess looked gorgeous in the blue coat which she paired with a matching pencil skirt and patterned blouse. Bracing the cold winter weather the mother-of-four stood tall in simple blue heels and accessorised with pretty pearl earrings.
Som afslutning på fejringen af Letlands 100-års selvstændighed besøgte Kronprinsparret i dag Art Museum Riga og fik her en præsentation af arkitekttegninger for “Tabakas fabrika”. Tegningerne er kulminationen af en arkitektkonkurrence, som er Danmarks særlige bidrag til 100-års markeringen.Kronprinsparret deltog også i åbningen af en konference om kreative industrier, hvor H.K.H. Kronprinsen holdt tale, og i eftermiddags besøgte H.K.H. Kronprinsessen NGO’en Center Dardedze, der arbejder for en barndom uden misbrug.
The royal couple had a busy day, attending a presentation at the National Museum of Art. Following this Mary visited the NGO Center Dardedze, a non-profit organisation that advocates a childhood free from abuse
Meanwhile, it comes after the 46-year-old stepped out in a stunning pink ensemble as she met with Latvia’s President Raimonds Vejonis and his wife Iveta Vejone on Thursday. Mary glowed in the elegant dusty pink coat dress which was matched with a vintage pillbox hat.
Kronprinsparret er ankommet til Letland for at deltage i fejringen af landets 100-års selvstændighed.Her ankommer Deres Kongelige Højheder til Riga Slot, hvor de blev modtaget af det lettiske Præsidentpar H.E. Raimonds Vējonis og Iveta Vëjone.I dag og i morgen er Danmark med til at fejre, at Letland erklærede sig som en selvstændig stat for 100 år siden, og Deres Kongelige Højheders deltagelse i Letlands 100-års fejring understreger de stærke bånd mellem Danmark og Letland. ???? Kongehuset ©️
The trip is the latest in a long line of similar visits throughout the world for Mary and Frederik.
Earlier this year, Mary undertook a solo tour of Finland’s west coast where she visited a number of local business and spoke about Denmark’s own progressive approach to environmentally friendly energy and urban planning.
The royal couple have been taking on increasing royal responsibilities in recent years as they prepare to ascend the throne. While there is no talk of Frederik’s mother Queen Margrethe II relinquishing her reign anytime soon, at 78, she is understandably winding back on her day-to-day duties.
Frederik’s father Prince Henrik died in February aged 83 after a short battle with with dementia. He had been in hospital for lung infection and a benign lung tumour and succumbed to his illness.
Although he had retired from royal duties years earlier, Henrik’s death sparked a movement of change within the royal family that saw Frederik and his brother Prince Joachim’s royal workloads increase.