Another day, another outing for Crown Princess Mary of Denmark! The royal looked stunning in a white dress when she was photographed in Lithuania on Thursday, September 30.
The royal had a busy agenda.
Scroll through the photos below to see more from her trip!
The brunette beauty looked gorgeous the moment she stepped out of the car!
"This year, Denmark and Lithuania can celebrate that it has been 100 years since the two countries established diplomatic relations. In connection with this, HRH The Crown Princess participates in an official celebration of the event in the Lithuanian capital Vilnius the days of 30 September and 1 October 2021. Denmark officially recognized Lithuania on 28 September 1921, and the recognition and establishment of diplomatic relations with the Baltic countries occurred a couple of years after the countries became independent in 1918. This year, it is also the 30th anniversary of the reestablishment of diplomatic ties after Estonia, Latvia and Lithuania broke away from the Soviet Union in 1991. Both in 1921 and in 1991, Denmark was one of the first countries to establish and reestablish diplomatic relations with the Baltic countries," a caption read via Instagram.
The princess took a moment to mingle with a little girl — how cute!
"It has been an eventful day in the Lithuanian capital Vilnius, where Her Royal Highness the Crown Princess is visiting on the occasion of the 100th anniversary of the diplomatic relations between Denmark and Lithuania," a message read of the day's activities.
"The Crown Princess began the day with a lunch with President Gitanas Nausėda and Mrs. Diana Nausėdienė, and afterwards Her Royal Highness met the President of the Lithuanian National Parliament, Viktorija Čmilytė-Nielsen. Next, the Crown Princess visited the Prime Minister of Lithuania, Ingrida Šimonytė, in the Government Building," the note continued.
"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. In recent years, Her Majesty the Queen and the Crown Prince and Crown Princess have participated in several celebrations of the 100th anniversary of the independence of the Baltic countries in 1918. Thus, the Crown Prince and Crown Princess visited Latvia in 2018, the Queen visited Estonia in 2019 and now the Crown Princess Lithuania. In addition, the Crown Prince and Crown Princess earlier this year hosted a dinner in Frederik VIII's Palace at Amalienborg in connection with the celebration of the 100th anniversary of diplomatic relations between Denmark and Estonia, Latvia and Lithuania," another caption read.
"For a number of years, Her Royal Highness the Crown Princess has been the patron of the Danish Cultural Institute, and in connection with the official celebration of the 100th anniversary of diplomatic relations between Denmark and Lithuania, the institute plays a major role," the note continued.
"Thus, the Crown Princess together with First Lady Mrs. Diana Nausėdienė today opened the exhibition 'Awakening of Nations,' where more than 40 Danish golden age works can be experienced at Vytautas Kasiulis Art Museum until November 7, 2021. The exhibition is organized by Vytautas Kasiulis Art Museum, Statens Museum for Art, the Danish Cultural Institute in Estonia, Latvia and Lithuania and the Danish Embassy in Lithuania," the caption read.
Mary took a moment to participate in some photo opps.
The princess' day didn't stop there! "Subsequently‚ at the Lithuanian National Museum of Art in the heart of Vilnius' old town — the Crown Princess gave a speech at a Danish-Lithuanian art seminar, which was also arranged by the Danish Cultural Institute," the note said.
"Then the Crown Princess strolled to the House Signatarų namai (in Danish Signaturernes hus), which is an important historical and symbolic place in Lithuania, as it was in this house that the country's declaration of independence was signed on 16 February 1918. Before this, Lithuania had 123 years been part of Russia," another caption read.
Masked up! Crown Princess Mary made sure to match her face covering with her outfit.
After a busy day, Mary deserves some R&R time!