Crown Princess Mary is no stranger to a dazzling fashion display, and she's delivered the goods once again with her latest outfit.
Stepping out in Denmark after her whirlwind trip to Indonesia, the stunning Danish royal looked particularly chic as she visited a regional hospital in her home country.
Oh, and her stylish display was all the more ogle-worthy due to the fact she was channelling another rather fashionable royal.
Yep, when one thinks of royal fashion you'd be likely to see the glorious Kate Middleton as a leader in the regal style stakes - along with Princess Mary of course.
Which is exactly why we can hardly blame Mary for taking some cues from the Duchess of Cambridge.
Wearing a gorgeous burgundy blouse and grey midi A-line skirt, Mary accessorised her look with a headband - one that we can easily see being worn by the Queen of chic, Kate herself.
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Duchess Catherine is famous for making headbands a full-blown trend in recent times.
In fact, back in November the royal made headlines for pairing what looked to be a very expensive (and chic!) headband when she attended the Festival of Remembrance at the Royal Albert Hall.
The glittering creation grabbed everyone's attention immediately - but even more so when it was revealed that it was in fact from High Street brand Zara.
Yep, the gorgeous accessory was worth a mere AUD $33 - and casually royal-worthy!
That's why upon seeing Princess Mary rock Kate's go-to trend this week, we couldn't help but revel in the perfection of it all.
The Crown Princess, 47, attended the pre-Christmas event in Denmark to help open a new emergency centre.
The stunning royal cut a red ribbon to mark the special opening, and was later given a tour of the new framework.
It's definitely been a rather busy time for the royal, who has just visited Indonesia on a solo royal tour.
In yet another fashion display, the royal rocked several dazzling styles as she attended various engagements in the southeast Asian country.
A number of her poignant events there also promoted women's rights - something Mary is extremely passionate about.
Wearing an array of colourful, printed designs during her visit, we couldn't help but continue to be enchanted by Mary's effortless style.
We'll be keeping our eyes peeled for more!
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