The Danish inheritance princess Mary received an adorable welcome from children who waved flags after landing in Finland on Thursday.
Royalty arrived with an elegant pastel pink suit at the start of a two-day official visit aimed at strengthening commercial ties between the Nordic countries.
It was received at a welcoming ceremony by the mayor of Helsinki, Jan Vapaavuori, and Deputy Mayor Anni Sinnemaki, at the city hall of the Finnish capital.
Princess Mary smiled as she bent down to chat with the young men, all wearing hand-made paper crowns and Danish flags in honor of the special visitor.
Crown Princess Mary of Denmark made an elegant visit to Finland wearing a pastel pink trousers suit as part of a two-day trip to the Nordic country
The royalty was greeted with an adorable welcome committee of local schoolboys who waved flags and all were dressed in red paper wreaths crafted in honor of the Danish princess.
The real of Australian origin is known for its clothing options and did not fail to impress with its tonal aspect.
Opting for a single color, the ever-elegant Mary combined her tailored pantsuit with her stilettos and purse, along with a slightly lighter shirt.
The mother of four left her brown locks recently dried by the sun.
His Royal Highness signed the guest book after bending over to acknowledge his adorable welcome committee.
Flying solo: The Princess was left without her husband, Prince Frederik, when he landed in the Finnish capital as part of a trade visit to celebrate the 100th anniversary of diplomatic relations between the two countries
Greetings: signed the visitors' book of the city hall before the mayor of Helsinki Jan Vapaavuori (center) and Deputy Mayor Anni Sinnemaki (right), during a welcoming ceremony
She walks down the catwalk: she left her freshly washed brown locks to flow freely making an intelligent entrance to Helsinki City Hall and received flowers upon arrival, which she took
Search with style: the Australian royal family is known for its clothing options and did not fail to impress with the impressive tonal appearance. Opting for a color, the ever-elegant Mary combined her tailored pantsuit with her stilettos and her purse, along with a lighter colored shirt
Nice to meet you: Princess Mary smiled as she bent down to chat with the young people, all wearing hand-made paper crowns and waving flags.
Hej! The children grabbed their specially made flags while greeting them in royalty upon arrival, she was clearly impressed with her efforts to return the smile.
Everything smiles: Princess Maria, who is married to Frederik, Crown Prince of Denmark, the heir of the Danish throne, and was on a solo trip through the country
Coiffed: They saw Princess Mary tucking her hair behind her ear as she sat down to sign the guest book at the ceremony
Soft start: royalty made a practical exit from her car as she left the elegant black vehicle taking a look at her matching pink stilettos
Princess Mary, who is married to Frederik, Crown Prince of Denmark, the heir to the Danish throne, is visiting as part of the centenary of diplomatic relations between the two countries.
He will lead a commercial and cultural promotion campaign together with a large Danish business delegation, focusing on the maritime industry, urban solutions and Nordic cuisine.
The purpose of the visit is to strengthen commercial cooperation between the two Nordic countries.
Traveling alone in Princess Mary during the two-day trip includes a visit to the capital, Helsinki, to discuss the development of the city and cooperation between Danish and Finnish companies on green and innovative urban solutions.
The second part of the visit takes place in the city of Turku, on the Finnish west coast, which is a bastion of the maritime industry.
Happy: the mother of four children delighted the children while squatting at their level to engage in a conversation while the adults who accompanied them watched with smiles on their faces.
Commercial trip: the second part of the visit takes place in the city of Turku, on the Finnish west coast, which is a bastion for the maritime industry.