Another day, another look for Crown Princess Mary of Denmark! On November 12, the brunette beauty looked perfectly put together, as she wore a blue collared shirt and a long skirt at an event, which took place in Copenhagen, Denmark.
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The royal added a cute blue belt to her outfit.
"The Niels Bohr Institute's 100th anniversary was the theme of the year, when the University of Copenhagen's foundation, true to tradition, was marked with a celebration in the university's ballroom earlier today," a caption read of the event.
"Her Royal Highness the Crown Princess attended the ceremony, where the honorary doctors and doctors of the year were proclaimed. In addition, medals were presented to the students who have won a gold or silver medal for their answering of prize assignments," the message continued.
"The University of Copenhagen was founded in 1479 and with 37,576 students and 9,574 employees, of which 5,047 researchers, is one of the Nordic region's largest research and educational institutions," the note stated.
Of course, people loved seeing the princess out and about. One person wrote, "We have the world's sweetest and most beautiful crown princess🌹🌹🌹," while another added, "Some of the biggest we have in Denmark! We must be so proud!"
That same week, Mary was spotted mingling with schoolchildren.
"At Vigerslev Allés School in Copenhagen, they work with the school well-being program Skolestyrken, which @mary_fonden together with Børns Vilkår and Save the Children is behind," a caption read.
"Vigerslev Allés School is one of the country's first schools to have worked with the School Force, and on that occasion Her Royal Highness the Crown Princess visited the school today to hear more about the school's participation in the program," the message continued.
The note said, "Among other things, the Crown Princess participated in an exercise together with the school's student council and also had the opportunity to hear from both the school management and some of the teachers about how the school force has made a difference to the work with well-being at school."