Polka dots to florals: Princess Mary’s two stunning outfits in just a few hours

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Princess Mary showed off two stunning outfits in a matter of hours. Source: Facebook/Det danske kongehus.

She has a hectic schedule on her hands but Princess Mary didn’t let it stop her looking her best as she modelled two show-stopping outfits within a matter of hours of each other.

The Crown Princess of Denmark opted for classy and glamorous in a polka dot evening gown at an awards ceremony for the 2019 ‘Carlsbergfondets forskningspriser’ award, showing off her figure in the flowing halter-neck orange dress.

The vibrant frock took centre stage as Mary presented the gong, while she stood tall in statement gold stilettos. Wearing her hair tied tightly back in a rare bun, Mary looked stunning as she led the ceremony. Her look certainly impressed her royal followers, with one commenting on social media: “Beautiful Princess,” while another added: “Mary, you are amazing and so beautiful.”

Princess Mary looked classy and elegant in an orange polka dot dress. Source: Facebook/Det danske kongehus.
Princess Mary looked classy and elegant in an orange polka dot dress. Source: Facebook/Det danske kongehus.

However, she was up bright and early the next morning too and continued to wow her followers as she transformed with a completely different look to meet students on their first day at Copenhagen Business School.

This time, Mary opted for a simple open-neck white shirt but coupled it with a very vibrant bright pink skirt with a dramatic floral pattern, which fell just below her knee in a pleated pattern. She once again opted for killer heels, this time choosing matte pink court shoes for the event.

Princess Mary coupled her dress with killer gold heels. Source: Facebook/Det danske kongehus.
Princess Mary coupled her dress with killer gold heels. Source: Facebook/Det danske kongehus.

Speaking to the students at the event, she told them in an inspiring speech: “On your very first day at CBS you are learning about and solving real-life challenges faced by real-life organisations. This is testament to the ever-increasing need for people like you to be part of the transformation we need to see, toward a more sustainable future for people, planet and prosperity.”

Princess Mary looked stunning in a vibrant pink skirt for the university day. Source: Facebook/Det danske kongehus.
Princess Mary looked stunning in a vibrant pink skirt for the university day. Source: Facebook/Det danske kongehus.

The photos were once again inundated with praise, with one fan commenting: “Super Crown Princess we have, lovely Frederik found his amazing mate,” while another wrote: “A very good combination as well as something of an honour for the new students… Hope that accountability is remembered when they are done and come out in the real world.”

It comes after Mary proved vintage is still fashionable as she stepped out in a gorgeous boho-style maxi dress for a special royal family celebration just a few days ago. 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.

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