Princess Mary of Denmark looks chic in a navy trench coat for UNICEF World Children's Day

Crown Princess Mary of Denmark looks chic in a navy trench coat and colourful scarf as she participates in UNICEF World Children’s Day

Crown Princess Mary of Denmark looked as chic as ever as she participated in a livestream conversation for UNICEF World Children’s Day on Friday.  

The 48-year-old arrived at Tivoli Gardens in Copenhagen, Denmark, wearing a long navy coat and bright scarf. 

The royal appeared to be in good spirits, smiling as she arrived for the event, before heading inside the venue. 

Stylish: Crown Princess Mary of Denmark looked as chic as ever as she participated in a livestream conversation for UNICEF World Children's Day on Friday

Stylish: Crown Princess Mary of Denmark looked as chic as ever as she participated in a livestream conversation for UNICEF World Children’s Day on Friday

The Princess made an impression recycling her Avignon Trench Coat by Danish brand FonnesBech, which she previously wore to the Copenhagen Zoo in 2019.  

The fetching ankle length coat and slim-fit of the jacket created a statuesque silhouette.

She paired the look with a bright floral scarf, Pura Lopez high heel Boots and she toted a Prada handbag. 

Beauty: She flaunted her natural features with a soft makeup palette, featuring a deep pink lip and gently smoky, lavender eye shadow, as well as a sweeping of blush

Beauty: She flaunted her natural features with a soft makeup palette, featuring a deep pink lip and gently smoky, lavender eye shadow, as well as a sweeping of blush

Well styled: The 48-year-old arrived at Tivoli Gardens in Copenhagen, Denmark, wearing a long navy coat by Danish brand FonnesBech and bright scarf

Well styled: The 48-year-old arrived at Tivoli Gardens in Copenhagen, Denmark, wearing a long navy coat by Danish brand FonnesBech and bright scarf

The Australian born princess added a pair of gold hoop earrings from Marianne Dulong and appeared to be wearing black slacks and a white shirt underneath the coat.  

She flaunted her natural beauty with a soft makeup palette, featuring a deep pink lip and gently smoky, lavender eye shadow, as well as a sweeping of blush. 

Princess Mary’s brunette locks hung loose around her shoulders, gently framing her face.

Final touches: The Australian born princess added a pair of gold hoop earrings from Marianne Dulong to her ensemble and appeared to be wearing black slacks and a white shirt underneath the coat

Final touches: The Australian born princess added a pair of gold hoop earrings from Marianne Dulong to her ensemble and appeared to be wearing black slacks and a white shirt underneath the coat

Mary was all smiles as she exited the car and greeted a group of young people who were waiting for her. 

She posed for a number of photos with the group before heading inside to participate in the livestream conversation for UNICEF World Children’s Day.  

The conversation featured a range of topics including; what is it like to be a child in Denmark, children’s rights, and young people’s thoughts on how to combat challenges such as the coronavirus pandemic and the climate crisis.

Thrilled: Mary was all smiles as she exited the car and greeted a group of young people before posing for a number of photos with the group

Thrilled: Mary was all smiles as she exited the car and greeted a group of young people before posing for a number of photos with the group

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