Crown Princess Mary is known for making fashion wins a-plenty, but her latest ensemble has us coveting her style choices in a whole new way.
Stepping out in Copenhagen for a pre-Christmas event (yep, we're coming to that time of year, folks!), the stunning 47-year-old looked every bit the glamour, wearing a beautiful multi-coloured ensemble that had us ogling with pure joy.
The mum-of-four is undeniably stylish, and as she visited the Copenhagen City Hall to present the Christmas seal for 2019, our favourite Danish royal gave us no reason to doubt the feat.
Wearing a wide-sleeved shirt, featuring a bold and bright print with pink, yellow and mossy green hues, the Princess captured our attention immediately.
She let the vibrant top do all the talking, pairing it with a plain black leather-look skirt and some chic black pumps.
Mary's Christmassy event was a special one, as it was held in support of the Christmas Seal Foundation, which helps to support five homes where up to 1,000 children can stay at any given time should they need help in coping with bullying, loneliness and body image.
The first Christmas Seal homes were created over 100 years ago in 1911.
The illustrator behind this year's beautiful seal was Per O. Jorgensen, who is known for illustrating the Danish editions of the Harry Potter books.
The Danish royal, formerly from Tasmania, has had a month of style slam dunks to say the least.
A few weeks ago, the striking brunette visited Paris on a three day tour, wearing several jaw dropping (and très chic!) looks that gave us plenty of fashion inspiration.
Mary then visited Japan in mid-October for the enthronement of Emperor Naruhito, where she was seen wearing two breathtaking gowns.
For the ceremony itself, Mary wore a beautiful lilac number, which featuring cape sleeves and an embellished neckline.
Later that evening, the Princess changed into an incredible pink ensemble, which had jewelled cape detailing.
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The following evening, Mary and husband Frederik were snapped together for a cocktail party, with Mary donning an incredible white dress, which turned out to be a wedding gown!
Indeed the beautiful midi design by Maria Fekih featured capped sleeves and was embellished with gold polka dots - heavenly!
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