Doing good! Princess Marie attended the annual dinner against food waste at the French Embassy in Copenhagen, Denmark, on September 27.
While at the event, the brunette beauty couldn't help but smile as she met and mingled with others.
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The princess donned a dark top with a patterned bottom for the event.
"Food waste and food enjoyment were on the program when Her Royal Highness Princess Marie yesterday visited Madens Folkemøde 2021, which took place at Engestofte Estate on Lolland," an Instagram caption read. "Madens Folkemøde is both a professional and popular public meeting, which over two days forms the framework for a large number of debates, workshops, show kitchens and conversations about Denmark's role as a food country🥓🥕🍽."
"In connection with Madens Folkemøde, De Samvirkende Købmænd, which represents 1,500 merchants, arranged a panel debate under the heading 'Food waste - from words to action.' At the end of the debate, Princess Marie presented the award 'Stræberen' to Purchasing and Marketing Director of Rema 1000 Anders René Jensen," the message added. "'The aspirant' is the Cooperative Merchants' annual honorary award given to a person who has made an effective effort to reduce food waste. In 2020, Her Royal Highness received the 'Strive' for the Princess' commitment and public information efforts in connection with the fight against food waste. The prize is a sculpture of 26 kg. created by sculptor Torben Bøgh Hansen."
Of course, people loved that Marie is helping to save the planet.
One person wrote, "Nice to see the princess. Important issue to take food waste seriously, and enjoy healthy and good food. Thanks. 👏👏👏," while another added, "Nice to see the sweet Princess Marie in Denmark again. She's doing well."
The princess took a moment to pose for some photos.
The royal has been busy! She visited Prince Henrik School in Frederiksberg, Denmark, on Monday, September 27, where she dug a hole.