Crown Princess Mary and her husband, Crown Prince Frederik, got dressed up for the Crown Prince Couple's Awards on September 25.
The brunette beauty looked stunning in a dark top and green skirt, while the prince looked dapper in a blue striped suit.
Scroll through the gallery below to see more photos from their night out!
Having some fun! The pair looked like they were all smiles on stage.
"Their Royal Highnesses The Crown Prince and Crown Princess are ready to award the Crown Prince Couple's Awards 2021 for extraordinary efforts and achievements in art and culture as well as social work," a caption on Instagram read.
"The Crown Prince Couple's Awards 2021 will be a festive evening with artistic elements centered on the Crown Prince Couple's presentation of four awards. The show is produced in collaboration with DR and is currently broadcast live on DR1 from Vejle Musikteater," the message added.
"Extraordinary efforts and achievements in art and culture as well as social work were celebrated on Saturday night in Vejle Music Theater, where this year's awarding of the Crown Prince Couple's Prizes was held," another note read. "🔷 The Crown Prince Couple's Culture Prize went to Superflex, which consists of the artists Jakob Fenger, Rasmus Rosengren Nielsen and Bjørnstjerne Reuter Christiansen. The group was formed in 1993. One of their first major projects was Supergas / Biogas, which was launched in 1996-97. Here, in order to show how to increase the standard of living in a sustainable way, biogas plants were built in poor areas - first in Tanzania and later also in Zanzibar, Mexico and Cambodia, among other places. Since then, it has been common for their projects to work with actors across disciplines to illuminate and create alternative solutions to some of the world's major issues. One of their latest projects is SuperRev. Here, Superflex, together with a number of researchers, is preparing a master plan to re-establish and strengthen biodiversity in the sea."
"🔷 The Crown Prince Couple's Social Prize went to Maternity assistance," another caption read. "The institution has its roots in various associations for disadvantaged women dating back to 1905, but was established as a self-governing institution in 1983. They offer legal aid, divorce counseling and counseling to young parents, just as they distribute Christmas aid to needy families every year. At the same time, Mødrehjælpen works politically to ensure legislation that improves the conditions for single parents, pregnant women and families with children. In addition to these efforts, the organization has established thrift stores nationwide that sell children's clothing and equipment. The profits go to strengthen the work with vulnerable families with children and pregnant women."
"RonKronprinsparrets Stjernedrypriser [is] given each year to an artist with a special talent and an innovative actor in social work. Producer, songwriter and singer Erika de Casier received the Crown Prince Couple's Cultural Star Sprinkle Award for her innovative approach to music and for daring to go her own way. RedenUng received the Crown Prince Couple's Social Star Sprinkle Award for the special advice they offer young people who are sugar daddies," another note read.