Princess Mary dazzles with a very brave fashion choice - and 'new' chestnut hair!
The royal is all smiles while out in Copenhagen
Everyone was talking about Crown Princess Mary, when the Aussie-born Danish royal attended a World Health Organisation event in Copenhagen.
Mary, who is a patron of the WHO, drew a lot of attention with her classy floral dress and a bold and brave choice of shoes. Also a subject of discussion – the Princess’ hair, which appeared to take on a more chestnut hue than usual.
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‘Mary seems to be doing something different with her hair,’ said an onlooker.
Whether it was just a trick of the light or a touch of colour, Mary's hair was all the rage!
The royal has been taking some fashion choices of late, recently stepping out in a kimono-inspired wrap dress at an awards event in Copenhagen.
It’s been a busy time for the Danish royals – Mary recently returned from a sailing holiday with husband Prince Frederik and kids Prince Christian, 12, Princess Isabella, 11, and Prince Vincent and Princess Josephine, seven.
The trip took them around Danish coastal towns and was an escape from the rigours of royal life.
But things haven’t been all fun and games recently. According to reports, the family have recently undergone anti-terrorist training after security advisors revealed there was a perceived increase in threat levels.
It is believed that the Rote Armme Fraktion (Red Army Faction) – a far-left militant organisation – is associated with the threat. Since its development in 1970, the organisation has been involved in bombings, assassinations and kidnappings.
These sorts of preparations aren’t unusual for members of a royal family. In fact, it is believed that Meghan Markle undertook staged kidnapping training with elite army forces before her wedding to Prince Harry.