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Crown Princess Mary of Denmark, 49, stuns in red outfit at Copenhagen 2021 event in Denmark

Crown Princess Mary looked radiant in red ensemble that nodded to the current trend for colour blocking at an event in Copenhagen on Wednesday.

Denmark’s future queen, 49, was a vision as she swept into City Hall in a crimson midi-dress and matching heels for the opening of Copenhagen 2021 which celebrates LGBTI+ events WorldPride and EuroGames.

Mary, who is a patron of the event, wore a $1,224 (AUD) dress from Brazilian fashion designer Raquel Diniz and suede heels from her favourite footwear brand, Gianvito Rossi.

The mother-of-four, who is famous for recycling expensive pieces and restyling them with effortless flair, last wore the gown on a visit to Vordingborg in June 2019 to celebrate the 800th anniversary of ‘Dannebrog fall’ – the fall of the Danish flag.

Crown Princess Mary looked radiant in red ensemble that nodded to the current trend for colour blocking at an event in Copenhagen on Wednesday

Mary, who is a patron of the event, wore a $1,224 (AUD) dress from Brazilian fashion designer Raquel Diniz and suede heels from her favourite footwear brand, Gianvito Rossi

Mary, who is a patron of the event, wore a $1,224 (AUD) dress from Brazilian fashion designer Raquel Diniz and suede heels from her favourite footwear brand, Gianvito Rossi

According to legend, the flag fell from the sky during the Battle of Lindanise near Tallinn, Estonia, in June 1219.

For Wednesday’s event, Mary accessorised with gold earrings from Copenhagen jewellery brand, Rebekka Notkin, in a typical show of support for local designers.

The famously down-to-earth royal, born Mary Donaldson in Hobart, Tasmania, is known for championing small Danish businesses and putting her name to charitable initiatives, particularly those that support women and children.

She serves as patron for more than 25 organisations in addition to raising the four children she shares with husband, Crown Prince Frederik, 53, – Prince Christian, 15, Princess Isabella, 14, and 10-year-old twins, Prince Vincent and Princess Josephine. 

For Wednesday's event, Mary accessorised with gold earrings from Copenhagen jewellery brand, Rebekka Notkin, in a typical show of support for local designers

For Wednesday’s event, Mary accessorised with gold earrings from Copenhagen jewellery brand, Rebekka Notkin, in a typical show of support for local designers

Mary’s husband of 17 years will ascend to the throne following the death or abdication of his mother, Queen Margrethe, 81.

The Princess was made a regent by her mother-in-law in October 2018, meaning she can perform duties as head of state when the Queen is otherwise engaged.

Mary was the fourth member of the Danish royal family to be named regent after Frederik, his brother Prince Joachim, and the Queen’s sister Princess Benedikte, who are all official stand-ins for the monarch.

Last month, the Crown Prince couple took a break from their official duties to enjoy a holiday at their favourite domestic destination.

Princess Mary looked every inch a Bond girl she emerged from the water at Skagen, northern Denmark, in a leopard print one-piece with a plunging neckline

Princess Mary looked every inch a Bond girl she emerged from the water at Skagen, northern Denmark, in a leopard print one-piece with a plunging neckline

Prince Frederik looked similarly svelte as he walked topless along the sand with the family's dog, Grace, in tow

Prince Frederik looked similarly svelte as he walked topless along the sand with the family’s dog, Grace, in tow

Mary and Fred looked age-defying as they swam with their youngest children, Prince Vincent and Princess Josephine, in the ocean at Skagen, a seaside town on the northerly tip of the country.

The Crown Princess was reminiscent of a Bond girl as she emerged from the water in a leopard print one-piece with a plunging neckline.

Frederik looked similarly svelte as he walked topless along the sand with the family’s dog, Grace, in tow.

The royals have holidayed in Skagen throughout the pandemic, proving they’re just like the rest of us by posting cosy Instagram photos from their living room and shunning overseas travel in favour of family ‘staycations’ along Denmark’s coast.


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