Crown Princess Mary wowed gathered crowds this week – yet again – as she stepped out in style to open Denmark’s annual flower festival.
The ever-stylish Australian-born royal attended the stunning exhibition, held in the Danish town, Odense, stylishy attired in a black and white knee-length floral-patterned dress.
Ralph Lauren was the designer of choice for the satorially-savvy princess, who accessorised her simple, elegant look with a wide brimmed-straw hat.
Crown Princess Mary attended Denmark’s annual floral exhibition in Odense, Denmark, earlier this week
The Danish royal stunned onlookers wearing a simple, but extremely elegant, black and white floral patterned Ralph Lauren dress
In keeping with her summery look, the Princess paired her form-fitting dress with a pair of low-heeled white pumps and simple black clutch.
The Danish royal kept a white wrap close to hand in case the weather turned chill.
The 45-year-old was the guest of honour at the annual event, which she’s been a patron of since 2012.
The Princess christened a new rose at the event – with the bloom called ‘The Princess Infinity’
The Danish royal kept a throw on hand in case the weather turned
Meeting with young guests at the garden event, the Princess chatted with fans
In celebration of the occasion, the princess christened a new rose ‘The Princess Infinity’.
The Crown Princess completed her look with her signature demure jewellery, including pearl drop earrings and a pearl bracelet.
The addition of a double-stranded gold beaded necklace added just the right amount of chic to an already stunning outfit.
The exquisite event entitled “What a Wonderful World” will showcase some 100,000 plants at various locations across the Danish city
The princess topped off her Ralph Lauren dress with a wide-brimmed straw hat
The gathering marked the opening of the festival which is held across the Danish city
The exquisite event entitled “What a Wonderful World” will showcase some 100,000 plants at various locations across the Danish city.
While the threat of rain may have been ever-present, the town’s mayor, Peter Rhabaek, stayed close to the princess with a floral umbrella at the ready.
The princess with the festival organiser Henrietta Rasmussen (left) and the city’s mayor Peter Rhabaek (right)
The show is a celebration of urban gardening and will feature more than 100,000 plants
Stepping out in style, the princess’ demure look is offset by a double-stranded gold bead necklace
The distinguished royal was shown around the garden exhibition, before she later gave a speech and posed for snaps with a bouquet of lavish blooms.
It’s been a busy time for Princess Mary and Prince Frederik with their six-year-old twins, Prince Vincent and Princess Josephine, starting school earlier this week.
Princess Mary and Prince Frederik’s twins Prince Vincent and Princess Josephine pose in uniform as they start their first day at school
The family happily setting off to the Tranegård School in Hellerup, Denmark
Although first day nerves were to be expected – Prince Frederik looked a tad emotional – the pair were soon settled, and even posed for a few snaps.
The new-starters join their older siblings, Prince Christian and Princess Isabella, at the Tranegård School in Hellerup, Denmark.