Crown Princess Mary & Crown Prince Frederik Dress To The Nines While Attending Royal Dinner At Fredensborg Royal Palace — Pics
Glitz and glamour! Crown Princess Mary and her husband, Crown Prince Frederik, looked dapper while attending a royal dinner at Fredensborg Royal Palace this week.
The brunette beauty donned a purple top, which had see-through sleeves, and purple pants. For his part, the prince sported a blue suit with matching pants.
Scroll through the gallery below to see more shots from the night!
Date night! The couple held hands as they walked into the beautiful building.
"Fredensborg concerts have been a permanent tradition in the Royal House for over 20 years, and last night Her Majesty the Queen had invited representatives from the film industry to a concert and dinner at the North Zealand Castle 🎬," a caption read.
"Denmark is a strong film nation with proud traditions. Already in 1896, Copenhageners could experience the first film screening on Danish soil and the following year, the later royal court photographer, Peter Elfeldt, began production of a large number of Danish silent films about everyday life and major public events. Since then, Danish names such as Ole Olsen, Benjamin Christensen, Asta Nielsen and George Schnéevoigt have secured Denmark a significant role in film history," the note continued.
Dig in! The princess looked animated as she spoke with other guests at the dinner table.
Of course, people loved Mary's look. One person wrote, "Princess Mary you look amazing 🇦🇺," while another added, "Velvet is such a wonderful fabric and always in fashion .. they are all very elegant!"
A third user added, "Splendid!!!"
"Danish films and series are popular with both the Danish and foreign audiences, and the companies often win honors at international awards, just as the actors in front and behind the camera are in international demand. Tonight, Her Majesty the Queen wants to mark this effort with a concert and subsequent dinner at Fredensborg Castle," another caption read. "The Fredensborg concerts have been a permanent tradition in the Royal House for over 20 years. Most recently in 2019, it was the Commonwealth that was in focus, and previously it has been the entrepreneurial environment and the health sector, and the evening will thus this year be a recognition of the efforts of the film industry — from actors, directors and runners to set designers, make-up artists and mowers — has done to get Denmark and Danish talents on the world map."