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Princess Mary stuns in burgundy and beading at ballet

The Australian-born royal was a lady in red in Copenhagen

Princess Mary of Denmark has stunned in a deep burgundy gown – as she attended the ballet in Copenhagen.

The Australian-born royal marked the 175th anniversary of the city’s Tivoli Gardens – and she sashayed down the red carpet in a beautiful claret gown with beading.

Princess Mary stuns in burgundy and beading at ballet
Princess Mary stunned in a red gown (Credit: Australscope)

The princess – who was not joined by husband Prince Frederik or the pair’s four children Prince Christian, 12, Princess Isabella, 11, and twins Prince Vincent and Princess Josephine, seven – attended the New York City Ballet at the Tivoli Concert Hall along with Princess Benedikte, who is Queen Margrethe’s sister. 

Mary’s gown was embellished with tiny beads and mirrored sequins and she wore her brunette hair back in a chignon.

Princess Mary stuns in burgundy and beading at ballet
The Australian-born royal’s gown featured intricate beading (Credit: Australscope)

As well as pairing her ensemble with some simple matching earrings, she clutched a chic leather bag in her hands. 

As Mary walked the red carpet she also held on to a pale pink scarf.

It’s not the first time the princess has attended the concert hall. She was there back in August 2014 to watch the Melbourne Symphony Orchestra.

It’s been a busy time for the Tasmanian-born royal.

Princess Mary attended the opening of the Spring/Summer 2019 Copenhagen Fashion Week last week, attending a fashion show and a sustainability fashion fair.

According to the Danish royals’ official Instagram page, Mary has been overseeing an educational program for young children – in a bid to stamp out bullying in classrooms.

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