Crown Princess Mary of Denmark is having a busy week!
Just two days before the mother-of-four presented at this year's EliteForsk awards, she stepped out on August 21 to attend the Social Capital Fund's 10th anniversary conference in Copenhagen.
Scroll down to see pictures from her appearance.
As usual, the royal arrived in style wearing a white silk blouse from BOSS, a floral midi skirt with a belt by Adiata and a blush-toned pair of Gianvito Rossi patent leather pumps.
According to HELLO!, the notable figure stuck to her classic makeup look of pale brown eyeshadow and soft pink lipstick.
The royal also carried a blush Prada bag.
Upon her entrance, the princess was greeted by a young girl who handed her a bouquet of pale pink flowers.
Mary put on a chic pair of glasses when she took to the podium to give her speech.
The Danish royal family's official Instagram account revealed that her words "praised the Social Capital Fund for their work in creating new solutions to social problems."
She also talked about "how problems like loneliness can only be solved if we work together across organizations and sectors."
"Since its inception in 2011, the Social Capital Fund has worked to develop and disseminate investment solutions that create new opportunities for vulnerable people in society on an economically sustainable basis," the Instagram account shared. "The purpose is to invest in companies and organizations that solve social problems."
Less than three weeks before the outing, Mary and her husband, Prince Frederik, sent off their eldest son, 15-year-old Prince Christian, to Herlufsholm School, a private boarding school.
Mary and Frederik are also parents to 14-year-old Princess Isabella and 10-year-old twins Princess Josephine and Prince Vincent.
The parents-of-four met in 2000 at a bar in Sydney, the city where the Olympics were taking place. Three years later, the duo became engaged, going on to marry in 2004.
"It was love at first sight," Frederik has admitted. "As soon as I saw her, I really felt she was a soulmate."