Crown Princess Mary of Denmark made sure to recognize teachers at an event, which took place this week.
The brunette beauty was photographed with kids, and she even made sure to chat with them at the ceremony.
Scroll through the gallery below to see more photos from the princess' day!
Too cute! The royal, who wore a silver top and a black skirt, greeted some of the children.
"Seven teachers from all over the country were today honored with the Ministry of Education and Research's National Teaching Awards 2021," a message read on Instagram.
The note continued, "Her Royal Highness, together with the Minister of Education and Research, Jesper Petersen, presented the award, which aims to create awareness of inspiring, engaging and innovative teachers who are of great importance to the students and to the way they learn. The prize includes 500,000 kroner, which consists of a personal honorary prize of 200,000 kroner and 300,000 kroner, which must be spent on development activities that create a good and engaging teaching environment."
"The winners were Jakob Egholm Feldt from Roskilde University, Nicole Schmitt from the University of Copenhagen, Claus Bjerre and Bo From Jacobsen from UCL Erhvervsakademi og Professionshøjskole, Henriette Lorentzen from Københavns Professionshøjskole, Lars Brian Bach from Erhvervsakademi Kolding, Maria Sparre-Petersen and Flemming Tvede Hansen Royal Academy and Jan Sturm Almind from Fredericia Maskinmesterskole," the message said.
Of course, people loved seeing Mary out and about!
One person wrote, "This woman works hard!" while another added, "Huge congratulations to the recipients."
Recently, Mary attended the Army Medal of Honour Dinner at Fredensborg Palace on September 26.
"On the anniversary of Christian X's birth, Her Majesty the Queen is holding the Army's Badge of Honor tonight, where Her Royal Highness the Crown Princess will also participate," a message on Instagram read.
"The badge of honor for good service in the Army is awarded to employees in the Army who have had 25 years of service in the Armed Forces," the note continued. "The medal was instituted on September 26, 1945 on Christian X's birthday and is awarded only on this day each year. Honorary Dinner Dinners for the Army, Navy and Air Force, respectively, are held alternately, and the Army's Honorary Dinner Dinner is thus held only every three years. On the occasion of Christian X's birthday, the guests went to the table to the tunes of the King's Honor March. On today's occasion, the Crown Princess wore the Armed Forces' new company uniform for women."