Is there anyone more chic than our favourite Tasmanian-turned-royal Crown Princess Mary?
Well, the question doesn't really even need to be asked, because her latest fashion-forward display in Paris has just fulfilled every stylish dream we've ever had.
The stunning royal mum-of-four has dazzled us all once again on her most recent royal outing - and these glorious pictures are going straight to our mood boards.
Visiting the French city for a whirlwind two-day visit, Crown Princess Mary of Denmark stepped out in not one, but two gorgeous ensembles.
Firstly visiting a Danish church in Paris for the inauguration of a new altar centerpiece, the Princess looked stunning in a floral ensemble that complimented her radiant glow.
The following day, the brunette royal attended the opening of a health conference, as well as attending an exhibition alongside France's First Lady, Brigitte Macron.
Her visit to the Pompidou Centre to look at the work of Danish sculptor Sonja Ferlov Mancoba was a spectacle to behold - and not just because of what the exhibition displayed.
Mary's white dress, which featured a fine square print and a thin black belt, was all kinds of perfect.
Meanwhile, Mrs Macron's light pink sixties style shift dress, which ended just above her knees made up a visionary colour palette between the two.
What a sight they were to behold!
The two European ladies had met previously, most recently in August 2018 when the French president paid a visit to Denmark.
On the same day, the two ladies were joined by France's Education and Youth Affairs Minister Jean-Michel Blanquer and Denmarks's ambassador to France Michael Starbaek Christensen was also present.
The trip was undoubtedly one that strengthened ties between the two countries.
The Danish royal is no stranger to a diplomatic overseas trip.
In May, the Princess flew to South Korea where she partook in a three-day tour focussing on cultural, sporting and sustainable practises for the two countries.
Wearing no less than four stunning outfits, the royal oozed glamour and class for each engagement the trip entailed.
There's no denying it, the Danish Queen-to-be is our reigning fashion hero - long may her fashionable tours continue!