Crown Princess Mary is never one to shy away from a striking pant suit, and the mother-of-four pulled out all the fashion stops on Wednesday as she stepped out in a striped ensemble for a solo engagement.
The mother-of-four, who married into the Danish royal family in 2004, opened up a new national visitor centre, Nation of Health, in Odense, Denmark. Several images were shared on the royal family’s official Instagram page from the outing.
Mary looked incredible in the pantsuit, which featured slightly-flared tailored pants and a matching jacket which cinched in at the waist with a thin belt, while she tied the outfit together with a plain white tee, pearl white earrings and black heels. Mary finished the elegant ensemble with natural make-up and wore her hair out in soft waves.
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“By cutting the red string, Her Royal Highness today inaugurated the Crown Princess’ new national visitor center [sic] “Nation of Health” in Odense,” a statement shared on the royal family’s official Instagram page read.
“The visitor center will strengthen the international branding of Danish products and solutions within the health and welfare area. This will be done by forming the framework for future international delegation visits with ministers and decision-makers, in order to strengthen the dissemination and dialogue with international stakeholders. Her Royal Highness is the patron of Healthcare DENMARK, which is behind the new visitor center.”[sic]
The solo outing comes just a week after the royal pulled off another sophisticated yet stylish look as she conducted a solo engagement in the Danish capital. Mary met with David Beasley and Rasmus Prehn from the United Nations’ World Food Programme (WFP), which was awarded the Nobel Peace Prize for 2020.
And the Hobart native looked sensational for the outing, wearing a super stylish pair of light grey tailored pants, with buckle detailing, which she paired with a dazzling black blouse which ensured she stood out from the crowd thanks to its jewel-encrusted collar. Mary finished the classy ensemble with a pair of suede Gionvito Rossi stiletto heels, natural make-up and pulled her long locks back into a sleek ponytail.
“Today, I had the pleasure of meeting with David Beasley, Executive Director for World Food Programme (WFP) and Rasmus Prehn, Danish Minister for Development Corporation and had the opportunity to congratulate WFP on being awarded this years’ Nobel Peace Prize,” a statement shared on the royal family’s official Facebook page read.
“WFP was recognised for its efforts to combat hunger, to create better conditions for peace in conflict-affected areas, and for its work to prevent hunger from being used as a weapon in conflicts.
“During our meeting, I was choked to hear how many millions of people are forecast to face extreme food insecurity in the coming years, primarily due to conflict and migration. Thankfully, learning more about WFP’s strategic plans and work, which is strongly supported by Denmark, helps in remaining optimistic. However, overcoming such a huge and complex challenge, will require the world to stand united.”
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