Crown Princess Mary is known for putting her head down and getting stuck in - but this week, we reckon she reached a peak.
In no less than five personal appearances, the Danish royal has been here, there and everywhere - and frankly, we're in awe of how she pulled everything off so seamlessly.
Earlier this week, the Danish royal palace's official Instagram account shared an update about Mary's meeting with Executive Director for World Food Programme (WFP), David Beasley.
In a rare personal statement, Mary wrote of the event: "During our meeting, I was choked to hear how many millions of people are forecast to face extreme food insecurity in the coming years, primarily due to conflict and migration."
She continued: "Thankfully, learning more about WFP's strategic plans and work, which is strongly supported by Denmark, helps in remaining optimistic. However, overcoming such a huge and complex challenge, will require the world to stand united."
Not long after this, Mary again was pictured out and about as she attended the launch of World Hour 2020 at Copenhagen City Hall.
For the event, Mary wore a chic green printed coat and left her hair out in loose waves.
Ever a people's person, she met a number of children who are involved in the sustainable initiative.
Then came another event, this time outdoors.
Mary pulled up to the suspension bridge that connects Funen and Jutland in Denmark to celebrate 50 years since Frederik IX inaugurated the connecting bridge.
The Princess even hopped aboard a ship for the event - and she wore the perfect coat to do it.
Midi-length, dark green and trench-style, we were understandably pouring over the new pics.
Mary then attended a meeting with the WWF, where she spoke to the organisation's workers about nature, wildlife and biodiversity, and ways to reduce the threat to animal species and biodiversity.
The Princess attended the call via Zoom in a chic working from home ensemble - a printed shirt and smart black pants did the trick.
Finally, Mary wrapped things up for the week with one last appearance - visiting a children's swimming pool where she spoke to children in a swimming club about bullying.
The club has a special initiative in line with Mary's self-titled foundation, The Mary Foundation, which aims to combat bullying among children in swimming clubs.
As a sporty event, Mary looked the part in a casual ensemble consisting a pair of white running shoes and a chic sports jacket.
Ever the clothing chameleon, we're very impressed with Mary's whirlwind week of style. Bring on next week!