When it comes to royal fashion, Princess Mary is up there with the best as the Danish crown princess rarely puts a foot wrong. The 47-year-old’s latest outfit was no different as Mary stepped out in a classic black dress for a performance in Copenhagen, Denmark, on Wednesday night.
The mother-of-four, who was born in the Tasmanian capital of Hobart, looked incredible in the floaty dress which nipped her in at the waist before billowing out into a full-length skirt. She paired the classic ensemble with a statement necklace, gold strappy heels and a tasseled clutch.
While she wore her dark locks down in a wavy style and kept her make-up neutral. Mary was also handed a posy of pink flowers by an event organiser, which perfectly complimented her outfit.
The Danish royal family shared several images of Mary’s latest outing on their official social media accounts, writing alongside the snaps: “In Copenhagen, Dauphin Kronprinsessen [Princess Mary] last night witnessed a special theatre performance “forming – a countess of the people” in his capacity as president of the Mary Fund, who, like the organisation, has focus on socially vulnerable women.”
I Dannerhuset i København overværede H.K.H. Kronprinsessen i aftes en særopførelse af Teatergrads forestilling ”DANNER – en grevinde af folket” i sin egenskab af formand for Mary Fonden, der ligesom organisationen Danner har fokus på socialt udsatte kvinder. Forestillingen er lavet af byrumsteatret Teatergrad og Det Flydende Teater og fortæller historien om Grevinde Danners liv og kærlighed til de to mænd Carl Berling og Frederik 7. Grevinde Danner var i 13 år gift med Frederik 7., og Grevinden stiftede i 1873 en fond og opførte et hus for udsatte kvinder, der stod færdigt i 1875. Huset har derfor fungeret som ly for udsatte kvinder i 144 år. Organisationen Danner huser i dag et krisecenter og et internationalt videnscenter, der arbejder for en fremtid uden vold mod kvinder og børn. Hvert år får Danners åbne telefonrådgivning cirka 2000 henvendelser fra kvinder, pårørende og fagfolk. Kvinder og børn, der bor på Danners krisecenter, får støtte af fagspecialiseret personale og har cirka 200 frivillige tilknyttet. 📸 Per Morten Abrahamsen for Teatergrad ©
Meanwhile, Princess Mary’s latest glamorous appearance comes a few days after she stepped out in a summery pink bohemian-inspired dress for a packed day of official engagements. The Australian-born princess donned the patterned frock, which nipped her in at the waist, as she spoke at an event in Copenhagen, Denmark, for her charitable organisation The Mary Foundation on Monday, before spending the afternoon with school children.
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.
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 ©
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.”
It also comes a few weeks after she was pictured out alongside her husband Crown Prince Frederik II as they enjoyed a romantic sunset whilst on a cruise holiday with their young children. Posing for a sweet snap together, the royal couple – who will one day become the Danish king and queen – wrapped their arms around each other, as they beamed at the camera from the deck of their royal yacht.
Princess Mary, who is more often seen in stunning gowns, looked gorgeous as she went make-up free, embracing her natural beauty, with her long dark locks hanging loosely over her shoulders. The Australian-born member of royalty kept her outfit casual for the occasion too, opting for a boho-style paisley patterned frock.
The 47-year-old’s off-duty look was perfectly complimented by her husband’s attire as the heir to the Danish throne donned a patterned button-up shirt and opted not to shave as he made the most of his time off from conducting official duties. Fans were quick to compliment the pair for the loving display, with one writing: “With a holiday beard and without makeup – This is how it should be on the summer holidays. A beautiful and healthy Crown Prince couple with obvious love for each other and the children. Family togetherness.”