Queen Margrethe of Denmark looked like she was having an enjoyable time when she attended the Craftsmen's Association medal presentation in Copenhagen, Denmark, on September 28.
The royal looked gorgeous, as she wore a sheer black top and a purple skirt.
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Clearly, the Queen got a great seat, as she was in the front row, hanging next to a bunch of other people.
"True to tradition, last night Her Majesty the Queen attended the Craftsmen's Association's Medal presentation at Copenhagen City Hall, where 80 newly trained journeymen who have given a special achievement at the journeyman test were presented with a silver or bronze medal," a caption read via Instagram.
Smile! The Queen added a chunky necklace to her outfit.
"In connection with the medal presentation, the Craftsmen's Association also appointed circus director for Circus Nemo Søren Østergaard as 'Honorary Craftsman 2021' for his overall career in Danish acting," the message noted.
"The 'Craftsmen's Association in Copenhagen' has presented medals to the most deserving newly apprenticed journeymen since 1867. The actual medal presentation has taken place at Copenhagen City Hall since 1924, and since 1927 it has taken place with the participation of a member of the royal family," the message noted of the event.
People seemed thrilled that the 81-year-old was out and about.
One person wrote, "Nice event to participate in❤️🇩🇰," while another added, "How nice to see that [a] tradition [is being] being kept 👏👏👏👍👍🙋🇩🇰."
A third user added, "Amazing, our lovely Queen. Hope that people around our beautiful Queen take good care of her."
The Danish family has been super busy lately! Recently, Crown Princess Mary presented the DI Award.
"The company NCC Denmark's efforts to help vulnerable young people enter the labor market were today honored with the DI Prize 2021. Her Royal Highness the Crown Princess presented the prize at the DI Summit to NCC for their projects targeted at vulnerable groups' opportunities for education and permanent work," a caption read on Instagram.