Crown Princess Mary has kicked off her trip to Africa with a fizz and a bang, all while wearing a beautiful printed dress and dabbling in some fun photo opportunities.
The stunning Danish royal attended a global summit in Kenya, where she joined a number of other world leaders in calling to end violence against women and child marriages.
The stunning royal connected with guests at the conference with open arms, sharing a few laughs and even posing for a selfie with them.
Wearing a chic printed shirt dress, which was cinched at the waist with a maroon belt, the Princess looked radiant as she smiled for the cameras.
The former Tasmanian is one of 7,000 delegates from more than 160 countries who are attending U.N. summit, named the International Conference on Population and Development.
Mary is a patron for the United Nations, so her involvement in the summit was all the more special.
The Princess even spoke at the opening ceremony of the important event, delivering a stirring speech about women's rights.
"We cannot return to a time when women had little say on reproductive issues, we are paving the way for a more just and prosperous future," she confidently stated.
Princess Mary was also a moderator on a panel which further discussed issues affecting women.
There's no denying the radiant royal was in her element - chatting confidently to guests and sharing some lighthearted discussions with them as well.
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Early on Thursday morning, the Palace shared another update on Mary's trip along with a photo of her wearing a stunning white pant suit.
Mary had attended an event promoting women in leadership that very day, and was glowing as she stood beside some of the delegates also present.
The Crown Princess has certainly been busy of late, visiting Paris on a busy three-day tour last month, followed up by numerous formal engagements around her home country of Denmark.
And of course, she does all things with style.
In fact, just last week the Princess wore a beige coat we can only describe as heavenly.
As she stepped out to attend the 175th anniversary of Denmark's first high school in Southern Jutland, Mary's beautiful camel coloured cape coat and matching skirt turned heads.
Suffice to say this royal knows how to dress for an occasion!