Crown Princess Mary Shows Off Sophisticated Outfit As She Attends The Presentation Of The CeFU Report — Pics
Crown Princess Mary knows how to throw an outfit together! During the presentation of CeFU report on November 22, the royal looked put together in high-waisted black pants and a gray shirt.
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Scroll through the gallery below to see her look!
All bundled up! The brunette beauty brought some flowers to the event and was pictured with a gray coat and scarf.
"At Tårnby Gymnasium, Her Royal Highness the Crown Princess participated today in the publication of @mary_fonden and the Center for Youth Research (CeFU)'s new study 'Can young communities hurt?'" a caption read via Instagram.
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The message continued, "Here, the results of the study were presented, after which the Crown Princess together with the high school's 2nd grade students and researchers from CeFU participated in a workshop to — based on the results of the study — prepare recommendations on how to create healthy youth communities."
"The study is based on interviews with young people aged 14-19, and it identifies four types of youth communities and shows how the communities have both the potential to demand well-being and dissatisfaction," the note said.
Mary looked like she was having a great time bonding with the kiddos, and she showed off her cute specs.
One person wrote, "Loving the 🤓 😍😍😍," while another added, "As always, gorgeous."
Meanwhile, Mary's husband, Crown Prince Frederik, was in Copenhagen.
"The sustainable agenda was today in focus at the Wind Europe Electric City 2021 conference, which His Royal Highness the Crown Prince opened at the Bella Center in Copenhagen," a message read. "The conference is Europe's largest wind energy event with over 400 exhibiting companies, 90 of which are Danish. The focus this year is on electrification, and the conference will take place over three days with more than 70 sessions and 300 speakers."
We just can't keep up with the Danish royals!