Not even dreary weather could stop the entire Danish Royal Family from brightening up the day.
The annual event was held outside the grounds of their Grasten Palace, where the family are currently vacationing.
The competition is a traditional medieval art of tilting in South Jutland, where competitors ride horseback with lances towards a ring of reducing size.
But it seems the family were more excited by the rain.
The Queen, who recently turned 77, looked majestic in a very bright and colourful raincoat.
And it's no surprise she opted for such an artistic piece, with Margrethe famously sharing her love for the arts, musing, "I hope I will be able to paint as long as I live!"
Meanwhile, Mary donned a fun summery skirt, which she protected with a sturdy raincoat.
The Tasmanian-born beauty's little ones all rocked puffer jackets, looking thoroughly amused by the traditional fanfare outside their holiday home.
Crown Prince Frederik, who recently rung in his 49th birthday, looked especially handsome, embracing a new stubbly appearance.
The entire family are clearly having a blast on their annual summer getaway.
Mary and Fred have been taking the kids to Grasten for years, the Palace belonged to the Prince's grandmother Queen Ingrid.