Crown Princess Mary of Denmark looked stylish in a colour-block dress as she met with Hungary’s First Lady in Budapest today.
The Australian-born royal, 45, oozed sophistication in the belted pink, black and white frock as she posed for photographs with Anita Herczegh, wife of Hungarian President Janos Ader, on the balcony of the presidential Sandor Palace.
Crown Princess Mary, whose husband, Frederik, is the heir to the Danish throne, is in the Hungarian capital for the 67th session of the World Health Organisation Regional Committee for Europe, of which she is patron.
Elegant: Crown Princess Mary of Denmark, right, with Anita Herczegh, wife of Hungarian President Janos Ader, left, at the presidential palace in Budapest, Hungary, today
Bold: The royal, 45, opted for a pink, black and white colour-block frock for the occasion
Opulent: The women chatted as they strolled through the halls of Sandor Palace in Budapest
Earlier, the princess wore a chic black blazer over her dress as she gave a speech to the opening session of the conference, which takes place this week.
She later whipped off the jacket and slung it over her bag before going to meet Ms Herczegh at the imposing palace, which is situated in the city’s St George Square.
Deep in conversation: The two women took in the views from the palace balcony
Sleek: Crown Princess Mary wore her brunette locks down and kept her make-up simple
The mother-of-four showcased her toned and tanned arms with capped sleeves while the black buckled belt cinched in her waist, highlighting her svelte frame.
Crown Princess Mary kept the rest of the look simple, teaming the dress with a pair of pointed black pumps and a black leather handbag.
A simple pair of crystal drop earrings and a fine necklace finished the ensemble.
Important work: Crown Princess Mary addressed the opening session of the 67th session of the World Health Organization Regional Committee for Europe in Budapest today
Committed: The princess is the patron of the Patron of the World Health Organization’s Regional Office for Europe
Meanwhile Ms Herczegh looked elegant in a metallic silver blouse and taupe skirt, which she paired with nude heels.
The politician’s wife wore her hair swept back in a chic up-do and opted for understated make-up and accessories.
The women appeared deep in conversation as they walked through the opulent halls of the presidential palace before taking in views of the city from the balcony.