She owns one of the most enviable wardrobes in the Danish royal family and Princess Mary has once again stolen the show in an elegant ensemble for a solo engagement.
The Crown Princess, 46, swapped her elaborate ball gowns and brightly coloured outfits for a simple burgundy two-piece as she attended a conference on Friday. Mary looked sensational in the silk burgundy blouse, which she paired with a matching fitted skirt. She teamed the outfit with a pair of matching heels.
Mary has been complimented for her stylish outfits in the past, with many taking quickly taking to Facebook to share their thoughts on her latest dress.
“An all-out beautiful person, both of appearance and mind,” one commentator wrote.
During the conference, the mother-of-four took to the stage to talk about the Mary Foundation — a royal initiative that began in 2007 which was established with the aim of combating social isolation.
“Some things make greater impressions than others.Some experiences get more in our body. For my part, I have always had a hard time seeing people standing alone,” she said.
“When I have experienced a person who seemed insulated in my eyes and who could not understand why he or she did not have to participate, it has awakened a sense of injustice in me. And as my work platform took shape, my urge grew to do something.”
Earlier this week, the princess was spotted in a beautiful blue, sparkly gown for a gathering at Christiansborg Palace in Denmark.
The Australian-born royal glowed as she entered the government building with a light blue sash draped across her shoulders and a silver tiara complementing the dark colour of the dress perfectly.
Prince Frederik’s wife was certainly a standout for the elaborate event, which she attended alongside her mother-in-law Queen Margrethe, Prince Joachim of Denmark and his wife Princess Marie. Meanwhile, Frederik was absent from the evening gathering as he is currently in Sydney for the 2018 Invictus Games.
The Danish royals joined with members of the European Parliament and other important guests for dinner in the government building before moving into the banquet hall where they enjoyed some entertainment.