She’s one of the world’s most stylish royals, but Crown Princess Mary of Denmark probably missed the wide-brimmed hat she wore to the opening of the Danish Parliament yesterday.
Thanks to the statement headband, when the wife of Crown Prince Frederik, 51, and his mother-in-law Queen Margrethe II attempted to greet each other with a kiss, things went a little awry.
The royals were unable to easily join each other at Christiansborg Palace in Copenhagen, due to Mary’s annoying hat getting in the way.
But Queen Margrethe quickly moved on from the slightly awkward moment and instead offered her daughter-in-law an air kiss by touching her own cheek, then that of Mary, who quickly curtsied in response.
The princess paired her headpiece from Danish brand Susanne Juul with a cream long-sleeved Mark Kenly Domino Tan midi dress and a Diane von Furstenberg leather clutch.
Crown Princess Mary of Denmark probably missed the wide-brimmed hat she wore to the opening of the Danish Parliament. Thanks to the headset, when Crown Prince Frederik’s wife and Queen Margrethe II attempted to greet each other with a kiss, things went a little wrong.
The mother of four children looked effortlessly elegant in this stunning dress, which featured a sleek black belt around the waist.
She styled her brunette locks with soft curls and her glamorous makeup highlighted her flawless complexion.
Queen Margrethe, on the other hand, presented herself elegantly in a royal blue suit, complemented by an equally sophisticated fascinator.
The monarch looked delighted as she greeted her younger sister, Princess Benedikte of Denmark, 79, with open arms and a beaming smile.
Benedikte, the second daughter and child of King Frederick IX and Queen Ingrid of Denmark, opted for a purple ensemble for the event.
Princess Mary looked elegant in her stunning cream dress, which featured an elegant black belt around her waist.
The Danish monarch offered a warm kiss and hug to her eldest son, Crown Prince Frederik (pictured left)
Queen Margrethe of Denmark (pictured left) welcomed her sister Princess Benedikte (pictured right) with a warm hug
The royal looked radiant in a mid-length lilac coat, which she paired with a cream blouse and a sleek pencil skirt.
Upon her arrival, the Danish monarch also welcomed her eldest son, Crown Prince Frederik, with a warm hug and kiss.
The heir to the throne, 55, looked dapper in a black suit, which he matched with a crisp white shirt.
The family traveled to Christiansborg Palace in Copenhagen to mark the opening of the Danish Parliament, with the first Tuesday in October being the first day of a new parliament and the new year in Denmark.