Members of the Danish royal family appeared in good spirits as they arrived earlier today at the opening of the Danish Parliament at Christiansborg Palace in Copenhagen.
Queen Margrethe, 83, put on an elegant presentation in a royal blue suit, complemented by an equally sophisticated fascinator.
Upon arrival, the Danish monarch 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.
Meanwhile, Frederik’s wife, Crown Princess Mary, looked typically elegant in a cream ensemble as she took to the red carpet.
Crown Princess Mary, 51, looked elegant in a cream midi dress at the opening of the Danish Parliament
The mother-of-four, 51, wowed in a chic cream midi dress, which she teamed with a sumptuous black hat.
The royal looked elegant in the stunning dress, which featured an elegant black belt around the waist.
Princess Mary styled her brunette locks with soft curls and her glamorous makeup highlighted her flawless complexion.
Queen Margrethe seemed delighted with the arrival of her younger sister, Princess Benedikte of Denmark.
The monarch welcomed her brother, 79, with open arms and a radiant smile.
Benedikte, the second daughter and child of King Frederick IX and Queen Ingrid of Denmark, opted for a purple look for the event.
The royal looked radiant in a mid-length purple coat, which she paired with a cream blouse and a sleek pencil skirt.
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.
Queen Margrethe of Denmark (pictured left) welcomed her sister Princess Benedikte (pictured right) with a warm hug
The Danish monarch offered a warm kiss and hug to her eldest son, Crown Prince Frederik (pictured left)
The day-long event begins with prayers at Christiansborg Palace Church before the royal’s arrival.
Later, the most senior MP inaugurates the session in the Parliament hall.
Danish Prime Minister Mette Frederiksen and her husband Bo Tengberg were also in attendance.
Mette Fredriksen, 45, the youngest prime minister in Denmark’s history, donned a chic red dress as she arrived hand in hand with her husband.
Bon Tengberg looked dapper in a navy blue suit, which she paired with a crisp white shirt and crimson tie, following the colors of the Danish flag.
Princess Benedikte opted for a sophisticated purple coat and matching pumps for the annual event
It comes after Princess Mary once again proved she is a thrifty royal by wearing a stunning strapless floral dress to King Carl Gustaf’s golden jubilee in Stockholm last month.
The Crown Princess of Denmark stunned in a black and white floral print floor-length dress by Danish designer Lasse Spangenberg.
She arrived at the festivities alongside Crown Prince Frederik, 55, and Queen Margrethe of Denmark.
The Australian-born royal has already donned this stunning gown twice: once on September 6, 2017 at a dinner celebrating the 10th anniversary of the Mary Foundation and again on August 8, 2018 at a gala dinner held by Queen Margrethe.
For the occasion, she refreshed the recycled look with blue and silver jewelry, a delicate hair clip, a black belt, a black clutch and a thin black scarf draped on the back of the dress.
Princess Mary looked elegant in this stunning dress, which featured an elegant black belt around her waist.
Danish Prime Minister Mette Frederiksen (left) and her husband Bo Tengberg (right) were also present.
His hair was wavy and his nails painted red, while Prince Fredrick wore a navy blue suit and bow tie.
The last time Princess Mary wore the dress in 2018, a piece of black fabric extended from her chest, over her right shoulder and down her back.
She and Prince Fredrik wore their blue royal sash to symbolize their roles within the Danish royal family.
The jubilee lasted four days of celebration which ended with a military parade through the capital.
The entire royal family put on a scintillating show as they arrived at the event.