It’s heating up in Denmark and Princess Mary has embraced the start of the summer season, stepping out in a gorgeous summery look and proving once again why she’s one of the best dressed royals in the world.
Mary demonstrated her signature, demure style in an airy outfit that featured a splash of colour and a hint of 1970s hippy-inspired flare at the inauguration of Nyt Herlev Hospital’s new emergency room and woman and children’s centre in Copenhagen.
A series of stunning photos taken at the event and shared to the Danish royals’ official Instagram account show Mary wearing a high-necked, knotted blue blouse with flared sleeves. The royal paired the blouse with a red-and-blue floral, pleated skirt that stopped just above her ankles – a nod to the ’70s style that has made a comeback in recent years.
Mary kept her accessories simple with a brown handbag, blue drop earrings and a pair of towering nude heels.
The princess left her hair out and styled with soft waves, while she kept her makeup perfectly simple. Her glowing skin was softly touched up with a pink blush, while she opted for a soft dark nude lipstick.
The stunning flare-sleeve knot blouse was by British designer – and former Spice Girl – Victoria Beckham and retails at a cool, $1,257. While the sunray pleated scarf print skirt is from Paris designer Paul and Joe, and goes for about $736, though the design appears to be sold out online.
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After the opening ceremony, the princess visited the new building and medical services of the hospital, which opened in 2017 on the outskirts of Copenhagen.
The royal family captioned the post, “Seven years ago, the first sod for Nyt Herlev Hospital was taken, and today Her Royal Highness the Crown Princess was able to inaugurate the hospital’s new buildings, which house a new joint emergency room and a new woman-child centre.
“With the new Emergency Room and Woman-Child Center, Herlev Hospital will be expanded by a total of 56,000 m2. The new framework offers, among other things, a common emergency room, almost 300 new bedrooms and a number of gardens and green areas.”