The mother of four paired this double-breasted outfit and matching trousers from British brand The Fold with pale pink, snakeskin pumps and a gorgeous calfskin leather clutch by Danish brand Quidam Bags to the Elite Research Awards held in Copenhagen on February 26th.
On January 28, 2024, Queen Mary went outside of Denmark for the first time since King Frederik's accession. She attended the Men's EHF Euro 2024 final at Lanxess Arena in Cologne, Germany, in a beautiful burgundy Alexander McQueen suit.
This outing also marks Queen Mary's first solo engagement since her husband's reign began.
Queen Mary looked stunning in a purple dress and matching hat as she participated in a celebratory church service at Aarhus Cathedral.
She matched with her mother-in-law, Queen Margrethe, who also wore a purple dress.
In her first public appearance since ascending to the throne of Denmark, Queen Mary was joined by her husband, and eldest son for a meeting at the Folketing (Danish Parliament).
The 52-year-old wore a striking coordinating blue ensemble with a peplum-style jacket that was accessories with a large wide-brim hat, heels, and gloves that all matched.
On January 14th, 2024, Queen Margrethe II of Denmark stepped down from her position as Queen of Denmark, abdicating her throne in favour of her eldest son and heir apparent Crown Prince Frederik of Denmark, and his wife, Princess Mary.
Looking every inch a royal in a regal white outfit that was handcrafted by Sooeren Le Schmidt and Birgit Hallstein, the full-length gown featured a sweeping neckline fabric that was expertly draped around her neck and over her shoulder, bearing a striking similarity to her Uffe Frank wedding gown which was also designed by Hallstein.
Her outfit was completed with Mary's glittering Danish Duby Parure Earrings and their matching brooch, ring and hair clips.
In 2023, Queen Mary donned several gorgeous floor-length gowns, each outfit a dazzling display of high fashion, and a reflection of her love of clean lines, block colouring, and beads.
To ring in 2023, the Tasmanian native wore a breathtaking Lasse Spangenberg Pearl Lace Gown, with matching grey pumps, her silver J.Furmani Stone Flap Clutch, and her Danish Ruby Parure Tiara.
Just days later, the royal dressed in a burgundy gown from Danish designer Lasse Spangenberg, which has previously been worn in both 2017 and 2018.
Later on in the year, she donned yet another burgundy dress, this time in a gorgeous velvet fabric designed by Birgit Hallstein, a repeat outfit from the 2020 New Year's Gala as well as a dazzling nude number for a dinner at Amalienborg Castle in Copenhagen in June.
For her tour of the UNESCO World Heritage town Christiansfeld in mid 2023, Mary wore a delightful red dress designed by Racquel Diniz, tan-heeled sandals, and a cream saucer-style hat by Jane Taylor London.
The outfit was of course appropriately complimented by a bouquet of gorgeous flowers in hues of pink and red.
During a visit to Mary Elizabeth's Hospital for children, teenagers, pregnant women, and their families with Queen Letizia of Spain, Mary wore a Dolce & Gabbana tweed high-waisted skirt with a crystal-collar crepe top from Red Valentino.
And in a final favourite high fashion moment from the year, we were blown away when we saw the then Crown Princess step out later that day in a billowing green jacquard-patterned skirt by H&M and an elegant off-the-shoulder top, accessorised with a dainty gold 'F' necklace - a sweet nod to her husband of almost 20 years.
On May 14th, 2004, Princess Mary's life was irrevocably changed when she married the then-Crown Prince of Denmark in Copenhagen Cathedral.
As the world collectively held its breath to see what type of bridal gown the new Princess of Mary would wear, none were left disappointed when the then 32-year-old stepped out in a stunning wedding dress designed by Uffee Frank that was made from an ivory duchesse satin, with a gorgeous mother of pearl sheen and a skirt that was lined with 31 metres of tulle to add volume.