A chic and stylish night out! Crown Princess Mary looked amazing at The Carlsberg Foundation's Research Awards, which took place in Copenhagen, Denmark, on September 5.
The royal wore a simple white dress, which she paired with earrings and white heels.
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The brunette beauty held some beautiful flowers as she arrived to the event.
"The Carlsberg Foundation's Research Prizes 2021 were last night awarded by Her Royal Highness the Crown Princess to professor of autobiographical memory Dorthe Berntsen and professor of past DNA Eske Willerslev," a message on Mary's Instagram account read.
Mary took a second to pose with some of the winners from the night.
"Professor at Aarhus University Dorthe Berntsen received the award for her research into the human ability to remember experiences in the personal past as well as imagine possible events in the personal future. Professor at the University of Copenhagen and the University of Cambridge Eske Willerslev received the award for his years of research into the plants, animals, microorganisms and humans of the past as well as their evolution and interaction in time and place," the statement continued.
"The Carlsberg Foundation's Research Prize comes with a million kroner. Of this, DKK 250,000 is a personal honor, while DKK 750,000 must be used for research activities," a message explained about the night.
"The evening's award ceremony, which took place at Ny Carlsberg Glyptotek, was also attended by Minister of Education and Research Jesper Petersen, President of the Society of Sciences Marie Louise Nosch and the chairman of the Carlsberg Foundation, Flemming Besenbacher," the caption said.
Of course, people loved Mary's look.
"We are so proud of you your Royal highness❤️🙌❤️💯💖✌️⚖️🌞🇩🇰," one person wrote," while another added, "CP MARY looks beautiful in the gorgeous white dress! 💕💕💕."
A few days before, Mary participated in Copenhagen Business School Responsibility Day.
"3,230 new bachelor students had their first day at Copenhagen Business School (CBS) yesterday. The students were welcomed at the traditional Responsibility Day, which in addition to marking the first day for new bachelor students, was also a theme day on corporate social responsibility," the princess' social media page read.