Crown Princess Mary got all dolled up to attend an event marking the 25th anniversary of the Psychiatry Foundation, which took place on Tuesday, November 2, in Copenhagen, Denmark.
The royal looked gorgeous in a pink coat and pink top.
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The brunette beauty also wore dark pants and dark heels to the event.
"The Psychiatric Foundation, which works to promote mental health among Danes, marked the foundation's 25th anniversary in company with the Psychiatric Foundation's patron, Her Royal Highness the Crown Princess, who gave an anniversary speech on the occasion," the caption read.
A sweet moment! The princess bent down to give a little girl some flowers.
"Over the last 25 years, the Psychiatric Foundation has helped to ensure that particularly vulnerable people and people with mental illness are not overlooked and forgotten. Their situations have become more visible and it has become more normal to talk openly about mental health," the note continued.
Of course, people praised Mary for all of the work she is doing.
One person wrote, "It is great to see that Denmark does a lot for the people who need help 👏🙋🇩🇰👍," while another added, "Wish people in Denmark taught mental health in schools as they do in the U.K. 😍."
The next day, Mary attended another event, which honored several people.
"The Crown Prince and Crown Princess watched the awards show, which took place in connection with the Danish Presidency of the Nordic Council, and from the stage, Her Royal Highness the Crown Princess was able to present the Nordic Council Literature Prize to the Swedish author Elin Persson for the youth book De afghanska sönerna," the caption read. The note added, "The other prizes were awarded by actor David Dencik, former environmental prize winner Selina Juul, composer Phillip Faber and the chairman of the Greenland Naalakkersuisut, Múte Bourup Egede, and the Faroe Islands' lawyer, Bárður á Steig Nielsen. The film prize went to Jonas Poher Rasmussen from Denmark for the film Flugt, the music prize went to Faroese Eivør Pálsdóttir, the environmental prize went to the large climate database from Denmark and the literature prize was awarded to the Greenlandic author Niviaq Korneliussen for the book Naasuliardarpi.