So gorgeous! Crown Princess Mary of Denmark looked pretty in pink at the 2021 EliteForsk Awards on Monday, August 23.
The brunette beauty was seen mingling with others at the event.
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"Research in a class of its own was honored today at the EliteForsk award ceremony at the Ministry of Education and Research in Copenhagen, where Her Royal Highness the Crown Princess together with Minister of Education and Research Jesper Petersen presented this year's EliteForsk awards," a caption read via Instagram.
The brunette beauty also wore nude pumps and hoop earrings with the frock.
"The prizes are intended to recognize and create awareness of the best research in Denmark, and this year's five EliteForsk award recipients were: Professor Eva Boxenbaum, Professor Anders Engberg-Pedersen, Chief Physician Emil Loldrup Fosbøl, Professor Gemma Clare Solomon Larsen and Professor Signe Normand," a message noted.
"The prizes are awarded annually to younger researchers who, with their basic research, contribute to solving global challenges. This year's five EliteForsk award recipients received DKK 1.2 million, of which DKK 200,000 is given as a personal honorary award, and DKK 1 million goes to research activities," the note continued.
"At the award ceremony, the Crown Princess also presented 20 PhD students with an EliteForsk travel scholarship of DKK 200,000, which can be used for a longer study stay in an international research environment," the caption read.
The princess has been quite busy lately, as she recently visited the Lolland International School.
"To support recruitment to the many new jobs, Lolland Municipality has now opened the country's first international primary school 📚🏫," a caption read. "Her Royal Highness The Crown Princess could today cut the cord for Lolland International School, which is considered one of Lolland's largest development projects. The daily language at the school will be English, and half of the teaching will take place in English while the school students will at the same time be taught Danish and about the Danish culture and social model."
"Lolland International School is Denmark's first international primary school and is primarily aimed at children from international families who are in Denmark to work. The school is offered free of charge on an equal footing with the country's other primary schools," the message concluded.