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Crown Princess Maria of Denmark was present earlier today at the Roskilde animal fair near Copenhagen

Princess of pasties! Mary of Denmark dress in a stylish trench as she turns civilians during a country-nest near Copenhagen

  • Princess Maria, 47, attended the Roskilde animal fair near Copenhagen today
  • Looked stylish in a beige trench coat and green velvet pants with brown heels
  • Toured the show and met some of his participants as sipped on glass milk
  • Flipper some hamburgers and stroke a few cows along the way as discussed with farmers
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Crown Princess Maria of Denmark was not afraid to get her hands dirty at a country show today.

The royal, 47, knocked over hamburgers and personally came into contact with a cow during a visit to the Roskilde animal fair near Copenhagen.

Dressed in a practical yet stylish beige trench coat with green velvet pants, Mary was cheerful as she made her way through the stalls of the show.

During her tour she was greeted by the stars of the show: the roosters, bulls, cows and dogs all ran to the princess.

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Crown Princess Maria of Denmark was present earlier today at the Roskilde animal fair near Copenhagen

Crown Princess Maria of Denmark was present earlier today at the Roskilde animal fair near Copenhagen

What a professional! Mary knocked over a few hamburgers during the tour of the animal show before she enjoyed it (pictured)

What a professional! Mary knocked over a few hamburgers during the tour of the animal show before she enjoyed it (pictured)

What a professional! Mary knocked over a few hamburgers during the tour of the animal show before she enjoyed it (pictured)

Making friends. Crown Princess Maria stroked a cow during her visit to the animal show, as spectators watched

Making friends. Crown Princess Maria stroked a cow during her visit to the animal show, as spectators watched

Making friends. Crown Princess Maria stroked a cow during her visit to the animal show, as spectators watched

Pet one of the bulls on the head, Mary complicated the animal in its calm posture as people and photographers gathered around them, according to Maskinbladet.

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& # 39; You are so good, & # 39; said Mary, and he doubled up stroking.

She also enjoyed a fresh glass of milk and met a bull who, unfortunately, was waiting to be slaughtered.

Later, Mary did not shy away from turning over a few hamburgers and sweeping them with vegetables when she explained that her four children preferred hamburgers to broccoli.

Mary (photo) also greeted the bulls in the show and complimented one for his good way, saying: & # 39; you're so good & # 39;

Mary (photo) also greeted the bulls in the show and complimented one for his good way, saying: & # 39; you're so good & # 39;

Mary (photo) also greeted the bulls in the show and complimented one for his good way, saying: & # 39; you're so good & # 39;

Crown Princess Maria of Denmark poses with one of the cows and her calf and one of the participants in the show
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Crown Princess Maria of Denmark poses with one of the cows and her calf and one of the participants in the show

Crown Princess Maria of Denmark poses with one of the cows and her calf and one of the participants in the show

Mary looked chic and practical when she saw the official opening of the animal fair earlier today

Mary looked chic and practical when she saw the official opening of the animal fair earlier today

Mary looked chic and practical when she saw the official opening of the animal fair earlier today

Mary was a stylist and practical in a beige sea coat with a pair of green velvet pants and leather heels

Mary was a stylist and practical in a beige sea coat with a pair of green velvet pants and leather heels

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Mary was a stylist and practical in a beige sea coat with a pair of green velvet pants and leather heels

& # 39; My children sometimes say no to the vegetables (…) It is a lot of hamburger and spaghetti with meat sauce. & # 39;

Maria is the mother of Prince Christian, 14, Princess Isabella, 12, Prince Vincent, eight and Princess Josephine, eight.

Still, Mary turned the meat around like a pro and minutes later she enjoyed the fruit of her labor.

While she was visiting the different stalls, she also met and listened to the stories of different participants of the show.

So cute! Crow Princess Mary strokes a number of the calves present at the show. The event gathered 90,000 visitors a year
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So cute! Crow Princess Mary strokes a number of the calves present at the show. The event gathered 90,000 visitors a year

So cute! Crow Princess Mary strokes a number of the calves present at the show. The event gathered 90,000 visitors a year

Beautiful flowers. Holding her scarf in her hand, Mary also held tight to a beautiful bouquet of flowers

Beautiful flowers. Holding her scarf in her hand, Mary also held tight to a beautiful bouquet of flowers

Beautiful flowers. Holding her scarf in her hand, Mary also held tight to a beautiful bouquet of flowers

Yum! Mary was allowed to taste a hamburger that she turned around at the show and wrapped it with vegetables. She revealed that it was a struggle to get her children to eat green

Yum! Mary was allowed to taste a hamburger that she turned around at the show and wrapped it with vegetables. She revealed that it was a struggle to get her children to eat green

Yum! Mary was allowed to taste a hamburger that she turned around at the show and wrapped it with vegetables. She revealed that it was a struggle to get her children to eat green

Lots of salad and a little bit of meat. Crown Princess Mary said her children loved spaghetti and hamburgers

Lots of salad and a little bit of meat. Crown Princess Mary said her children loved spaghetti and hamburgers

Lots of salad and a little bit of meat. Crown Princess Mary said her children loved spaghetti and hamburgers

This year is the 50th edition of the Roskilde Animal Show. It has been held since 1969 and is today the largest animal fair in Denmark with up to 90,000 visitors a year.

The event focuses on Danish agriculture and connects consumers with producers.

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Yesterday Mary was in Copenhagen, where she visited the National Center for Grief, where she met volunteers.

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