Crown Princess Mary of Denmark is one busy woman! The royal donned several gorgeous outfits at two different events this week. First, the brunette beauty wore a blue dress at Frederik VIII's Palace at Amalienborg, where she discussed UNFPA's (United Nations Population Fund) work.
Then, the Princess wore a white top with pink pants at the LGBTI + human rights conference in Copenhagen, Denmark.
Scroll through the gallery below to see her outstanding outfits!
Glowing! The Princess also matched her shoes to her bright frock.
"UNFPA, for which Her Royal Highness the Crown Princess is the patron, is an important player at Copenhagen2021 (World Pride and Eurogames), which takes place this week in Copenhagen," a message on Instagram read. "In Frederik VIII's Palace at Amalienborg, the Crown Princess today received Executive Director of UNFPA Nathalia Karnem and her team to discuss UNFPA's work, especially the challenges that COVID-19 has had for the organization's work globally and locally. The conversation was also about the fact that human rights apply to all people regardless of sexual orientation and gender identity, and how important it is that human rights are respected worldwide and that everyone has the right to be who they are."
The message continued, "In addition to the Crown Princess and Nathalia Karnem, the picture also shows Deputy Executive Director Ib Petersen, Chief, UNFPA Resource Mobilization Branch Klaus Simoni-Pedersen, Chief, Nordic Office, UNFPA Pernille Fenger, senior adviser at the Ministry of Foreign Affairs Jane Werngreen Rosales and the Crown Princess' private secretary Christine Pii Hansen."
So gorgeous! The Princess also matched her shoes — for the second time!
"The right to be oneself is the main theme of the international LGBTI + human rights conference, which is currently taking place in Øksnehallen in Copenhagen in connection with Copenhagen 2021," a message on social media read. "Her Royal Highness the Crown Princess is patron of Copenhagen 2021 and spoke at the conference. See the speech in its full length on the Royal House's Facebook page and website www.kongehuset.dk. Subsequently, the Crown Princess attended a speech by Sweden's Foreign Minister, Ann Linde, and a speech by Norway's Minister of Culture and Gender Equality, Abid Raja."
"The Human Rights Conference is held over three days and is based on topics such as education, art, sports, culture, sexual well-being and health," the note added.