Dressed to impress! Crown Princess Mary of Denmark looked amazing in a red dress as she attended the official opening of Copenhagen 2021 WorldPride and EuroGames on Wednesday, August 18.
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The brunette beauty held onto to some colorful flowers — and she even matched her shoes to her frock!
"Copenhagen is the host city for Copenhagen 2021 WorldPride and EuroGames, which takes place this week, and tonight the municipality hosted a reception at Copenhagen City Hall, where Her Royal Highness the Crown Princess was a guest," the royal posted on the official Instagram page. "Together with the other guests, which consisted of representatives from the Danish LGBTI + community, international organizations and activists as well as politicians and decision-makers, the Crown Princess was offered the famous town hall pancakes by Lord Mayor of Copenhagen Municipality Lars Weiss. Before that, there were speeches from, among others, the forerunners of Pan Idræt, Interpride and the European Pride Organizers Association."
The message added, "The Crown Princess is the patron of Copenhagen 2021, which aims to ensure equal rights for LGBTI + people all over the world."
Of course, people loved the outfit. One person wrote, "Mary is insanely beautiful in red from head to toe. And the shoes 😍😍👏," while another added, "Lady in red."
This week has been busy for the royal, as she attended two other events.
"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."