An important day! Crown Princess Mary of Denmark and her husband, Crown Prince Frederik, attended the opening of the Danish Parliament on Tuesday, October 5.
The brunette beauty looked classy, as she wore a blue blazer and pants, with a purple fascinator.
For his part, Frederik wore a blue suit.
Scroll through the gallery below to see more photos from their day!
So put together! The princess also carried some beautiful flowers at the event.
"The royal family today attended the opening of the Folketing, which according to the Constitution must take place on the first Tuesday in October," the caption via Instagram read.
"Her Majesty the Queen, the Crown Prince Couple and Her Royal Highness Princess Benedict were traditionally received at the entrance to Christiansborg by the five members of the Presidium of the Folketing, led by the Speaker of the Folketing, Henrik Dam Kristensen," the note continues. "After the reception, the royal family attended the opening of the Folketing from the Royal Lodge in the Folketing Hall, where Prime Minister Mette Frederiksen delivered the opening speech."
Over the weekend, Mary was in Lithuania, where she got to meet some schoolchildren and even made a speech.
"At the Historical University of Vilnius, founded in 1579, Her Royal Highness the Crown Princess began this morning on the second day of her visit to Lithuania," a caption read via Instagram. "At the university, the Crown Princess opened a Danish-Lithuanian conference, which was held in connection with a book publication marking the 100th anniversary of the establishment of diplomatic relations between Denmark and Lithuania. At the conference, Her Royal Highness spoke."
The note continues, "Denmark officially recognized Lithuania on 28 September 1921, and the recognition and establishment of diplomatic relations with the Baltic countries took place a few years after the countries' independence in 1918. This year is also the 30th anniversary of the re-establishment of diplomatic relations with Estonia, Latvia and Lithuania seceded from the Soviet Union in 1991. Both in 1921 and in 1991, Denmark was one of the first countries to establish and restore diplomatic relations with the Baltic countries."