Princess Mary stuns in chic plum pantsuit for two charity events

Princess Mary beams as she pairs a chic plum pantsuit with a face mask while unveiling a Christmas stamp collection as part of traditional Danish festivities

  • Crown Princess Mary arrived at two separate royal functions this weekend 
  • She wore a never before seen two piece plum ensemble and Cartier jewellery
  • Princess Mary helped to raise money for children who have been bullied 
  • She also handed out an award for businesses working toward sustainability 

Crown Princess Mary turned heads in a chic pantsuit when she appeared at two separate functions this weekend. 

Denmark’s future queen, 48, unveiled a new postage stamp for the Christmas Seal Foundation to help raise money for children who have been bullied and suffer from mental health issues.

Mary was welcomed by a small group of children, with the annual event downsized to accommodate COVID-19 regulations.

The mother-of-four looked radiant in a new slouchy plum pantsuit, paired with a Cartier bracelet, Hugo Boss clutch and a face mask.

The Princess, who was born in Hobart, Tasmania, beamed as she took off her face mask to address the small crowd and unveil the stamp

The mother-of-four looked radiant in a new slouchy plum suit which appeared inspired by the 1970s, paired with a Cartier bracelet and Hugo Boss clutch

The designer of the suit, which she wore loosely with a thin waist belt, is yet to be identified.

Living up to her reputation for recycling designer pieces, the Australian icon paired the look with heels from one of her favourite Italian designers, Gianvito Rossi. 

The Princess, who was born in Hobart, Tasmania, beamed as she took off her COVID-19 face mask to address the small crowd and unveil the stamp. 

She explained this year’s stamp was inspired by the 100th anniversary of the  reunification of Denmark and Southern Jutland.

The Crown Princess is a patron of the Christmas Stamp Foundation, which aims to help about 1,000 children aged between seven and 14 every year as part of Danish yuletide festivities.

Later in the afternoon, Mary arrived in Copenhagen to present an award to companies known for their sustainability and approach to climate and corporate social responsibility.

The Crown Princess is a patron of the Christmas Stamp Foundation, which aims to help about 1,000 children aged between seven and 14 every year

The designer of the suit, which she wore loosely with a thin waist belt, is yet to be identified

The Princess has presented the award for the last seven years. 

She arrived at the event in the same outfit as earlier in the day, slipping into a grey coat while she made the trip. 

The purple two piece ensemble is yet to be claimed by a designer, and was paired with white and yellow diamonds and multiple bracelets. 

Two of the bracelets are from her collection and have been staple features in her wardrobe, from Dulong Fine Jewelry.

A third bracelet has been identified as Cartier.   

Since her wedding to Prince Frederik, 52, on May 14, 2004 at Copenhagen Cathedral, Mary has mastered diplomacy and regal decorum with unparalleled skill.

A true People’s Princess, she has worked tirelessly to to prove her commitment to charity, becoming a patron of more than 25 international organisations – all while raising her four children and appearing at a constant rotation of diplomatic events.


The purple two piece ensemble is yet to be claimed by a designer, and was paired with white and yellow diamonds and multiple bracelets

Together with Frederik, Mary shares Prince Christian, 15, Princess Isabella, 13, and nine-year-old twins Prince Vincent and Princess Josephine.

Mary’s patronages include the World Health Organisation Regional Office for Europe and the United Nations Population Fund, where she supports their work to promote maternal health in more than 150 developing nations. 

In 2007, the Princess launched The Mary Foundation, a charity focused on stamping out domestic violence, bullying and loneliness.

Each year The Mary Foundation hands out 2,000 rucksacks for children living in temporary shelters with their mothers across Denmark, the Faroe Islands and Greenland.

In November 2014, the Princess accepted the prestigious Bambi Charity Award in Berlin, which recognised her work against domestic violence.

A woman of many talents, Mary looks equally at home promoting Denmark on the world stage, visiting hospitals in Ethiopia, playing soccer in the rain with schoolchildren and participating in muddy military exercises.

In March 2019, the Princess was appointed Captain of the Danish Home Guard under the proud gaze of her mother-in-law, Queen Margrethe. 


She arrived at the second event in the same outfit as earlier in the day, slipping into a grey coat while she made the trip

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