Crown Princess Mary has pulled off yet another fashion win, and this time, she's provided us with a heavenly monochrome twist.
Indeed the stunning Danish royal turned heads as she attended the 175th anniversary of Denmarks first high school in Southern Jutland in November.
And while the event itself was filled with many beautiful candid moments, it was Mary's outfit that really stole the show.
As she arrived at the event, it wasn't hard to see why almost every single eye in the vicinity was drawn to the Princess.
Mary wore a beautiful fawn coloured cape coat, paired with a long matching skirt and a high-neck knit underneath.
With her hair in loose waves and finishing her look with a set of beautiful pearl drop earrings, we're officially coveting this heavenly look.
The special event was held at Rødding University, which was founded during a time of great change in Denmark during the origins of democracy.
The colourful event included singing and speeches from various guests of honour. Mary was also shown around some of the campus's new buildings, and was invited to look at what some of the current students were working on.
It's certainly been a busy week for the Crown Princess, who was seen attending several other glamorous engagements in her natural element.
She visited another school, the Hoeng Continuation School during a chilly morning wearing a beautiful fine grey knit which was paired with a white shirt underneath.
The perfect trans-seasonal look!
Later that day, Mary stepped out in a chic black coat as she attended The Magasin Du Nord Foundation's annual fashion award event.
There's no denying it - this former Tasmanian-turned-Danish-royal is a certified stunner!
November is usually a busy time for the Danish royals as Christmas approaches.
And in an exciting development to come, the grand Christmas tree will undoubtedly be erected very soon at the family Palace in Denmark.
The grand tree is always a sight to behold, and has an uncanny knack for putting us right into the Christmas spirit.
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