Crown Prince Frederik and Crown Princess Mary have stepped out together in style to attend the Nordic Council’s Award Ceremony on November 3, in Skuespilhuset, Copenhagen. Princess Mary presented the Children’s and Young People’s Literature Prize during the ceremony.
Crown Princess Mary was a royal vision in crimson for the special occasion, dressing in a very chic tea-length Raquel Diniz dress. The Crown Princess beautifully complimented the frock with a delicately beaded black belt, cinching her slender waist. The Aussie-born Princess opted to accessorise the outfit with simple black pumps, a classic Cartier bracelet, and glimmering white gold and diamond-encrusted drop earrings.
Princess Mary’s hair was worn out, styled in loose finger waves to balance out the high neckline and billowy sleeves of the Raquel Diniz frock. Mary’s makeup was simple, yet stunning; perfectly highlighting her soft eyes, apple cheeks, and full lips.
Not one to disappoint, Crown Prince Fredrik was dashing in a very fresh, well-tailored navy suit, worn over a crisp white shirt. His outfit was finished with black dress shoes, and a shiny pewter tie that featured a small black dot design. Frederik’s salt and pepper beard was clipped very close to his face, and his hair was neat, yet the curly front still gave him an aloof boyish charm.
Posting pictures on the Danish Royals Instagram account to commemorate the event, the caption read:
“The whole of the Nordic region could follow on live TV when this year’s winners of the Nordic Council’s children and youth literature prize, film prize, literature prize, environmental prize and music prize last night were revealed at a prize show at the Skuespilhuset in Copenhagen.
“The Crown Prince and Crown Princess watched the award show, which took place in connection with the Danish Presidency of the Nordic Council, and from the stage, Her Royal Highness the Crown Princess was able to present the Nordic Council Literature Prize to the Swedish author Elin Persson for the youth book ‘De afghanska sönerna’.
“The other prizes were awarded by actor David Dencik, former environmental prize winner Selina Juul, composer Phillip Faber and the chairman of the Greenland Naalakkersuisut, Múte Bourup Egede, and the Faroe Islands’ lawyer, Bárður á Steig Nielsen.
“The film prize went to Jonas Poher Rasmussen from Denmark for the film ‘Flugt’, the music prize went to Faroese Eivør Pálsdóttir, the environmental prize went to The large climate database from Denmark and the literature prize was awarded to the Greenlandic author Niviaq Korneliussen for the book ‘Naasuliardarpi’.”
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