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Princess Mary opts for a statement coat at the LGBT Danish Rainbow Awards AXGIL

Crown Princess Mary never looks any less than sartorially perfect.

And on Wednesday, the Australian-born princess stepped out in a statement floral coat for her royal duties as she arrived at the annual Danish Rainbow Award AXGIL.  

The 45-year-old Danish royal was all smiles for the special occasion when she hit the stage to speak to the LGBT community in the Circus Building.

She handed out the honorary prize to a recipient – making her the first member of the royal house to participate at the Danish Rainbow Awards, oaonline reported.

The stylish mother-of-four looked positively radiant as she opted for the bohemian-inspired ensemble by Italian label Etro, thought to be retailed at AU$4,400.

Crown Princess Mary attended yhe annual Danish Rainbow Award AXGIL on Wednesday

The Australian-born princess stepped out in a statement floral coat for her royal duties

The Australian-born princess stepped out in a statement floral coat for her royal duties

The stylish princess rounded things off on a fashionable note, pairing her multi-coloured reversible coat with a sophisticated Sergio Rossi clutch. 

She completed her stylish look with a chic black fitted dress, teamed with a pair of classic pumps and acessorised with elegant drop earrings.

Keeping her luscious tresses in waves over her shoulder, she showed off her glowing complexion with a subtle make-up look.

The awards is a non-profit event held by volunteers to celebrate individuals and companies who have made a positive and significant difference in the LGBT community.

Keeping her luscious tresses in waves over her shoulder, she showed off her glowing complexion with a subtle make-up look

Keeping her luscious tresses in waves over her shoulder, she showed off her glowing complexion with a subtle make-up look

She awarded this year's honorary prize to a recipient - making her the first member of the royal house to participate at the Danish Rainbow Awards

She awarded this year’s honorary prize to a recipient – making her the first member of the royal house to participate at the Danish Rainbow Awards

The mother-of-four looked positively radiant as she opted for the bohemian-inspired ensemble

The mother-of-four looked positively radiant as she opted for the bohemian-inspired ensemble

The mother-of-four donned a coat by Italian label Etro, thought to be retailed at AU$4,400

The mother-of-four donned a coat by Italian label Etro, thought to be retailed at AU$4,400

And it isn’t the first time Princess Mary has publicly spoken out about gay and transgender rights. 

In May 2016, she delivered a powerful speech at a conference promoting the rights of gay and transgender people at the official opening of the European Conference IDAHO Forum at Admiral Hotel in Copenhagen.

‘We must be united in fight against discrimination,’ Princess Mary reportedly said, in the hopes for ‘a life of dignity for all’.

She also reportedly said at an event: ‘We must agree to reject all forms of discrimination based on sexual orientation or gender identity.’

She completed her stylish look with a chic black fitted dress, teamed with a pair of classic pumps and acessorised with elegant drop earrings

She completed her stylish look with a chic black fitted dress, teamed with a pair of classic pumps and acessorised with elegant drop earrings

The stylish princess rounded things off on a fashionable note

She paired her multi-coloured reversible coat with a classic pair of black pumps

The stylish princess rounded things off on a fashionable note, pairing her multi-coloured reversible coat with a sophisticated Sergio Rossi clutch

Princess Mary certainly stood out from the crowd with her glamorous reversible coat

Princess Mary certainly stood out from the crowd with her glamorous reversible coat

It isn't the first time Princess Mary has publicly spoken out about gay and transgender rights

It isn’t the first time Princess Mary has publicly spoken out about gay and transgender rights



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