Crown Princess Mary of Denmark paid tribute to her Australian roots on Friday by wearing an elegant dress from a Sydney fashion label.
The future Queen of Denmark, 49, looked like a fairytale princess in Moss & Spy’s $825 (AUD) ‘Elodie’ dress as she attended the ‘Mind of Music’ concert in Odense, 167km south of the capital Copenhagen.
The mother of four – born Mary Donaldson in Hobart, Tasmania – was stunned in the lace gown with a scalloped neckline and cap sleeves as she watched the collaboration between the Odense Symphony Orchestra and the Psychiatric Foundation.
The dress is available online and in-store from David Jones, but those looking to wear it for a one-off occasion can also rent it for four days for just $169 through the dress rental website Glam Corner.
Crown Princess Mary of Denmark looked like a fairytale princess in Australian fashion label Moss and Spy’s $825 Elodie dress at the ‘Mind of Music’ concert in Odense on June 4, 2021
Mary last wore the dress (right) during a three-day tour of Paris in October 2019 (left) when she visited her husband, Prince Frederik, 52
The waiting queen of Denmark shone in the lace cocktail dress with scalloped neckline and cap sleeves
Known for recycling expensive pieces and redesigning them with effortless flair, Mary last wore the dress on a three-day tour of Paris in October 2019, when she visited her husband, Prince Frederik, 52.
She wore the same blue silk Gianvito Rossi heels she wore in France almost two years ago and carried the same midnight-colored clutch.
That trip came days after Mary was appointed regent by her mother-in-law, Queen Margrethe, meaning she can fulfill duties as head of state when the Queen is otherwise busy.
Mary was the fourth member of the Danish Royal Family to be appointed regent, after Frederick, his brother Prince Joachim and the Queen’s sister Princess Benedikte, all of whom are official stand-ins for the monarch.
The Crown Princess becomes Queen of Denmark when Frederick ascends the throne, following the death or abdication of his mother.
Mary (right) wore the same blue silk Gianvito Rossi heels she wore on a trip to Paris almost two years ago and carried the same midnight-colored clutch
The mother of four (center) is known for recycling expensive pieces and re-styling them with effortless flair
The Hobart-born princess (pictured) paid tribute to her Aussie roots by wearing one of her favorite Sydney labels
Mary’s performance at the Odense concert is her first official engagement since celebrating her eldest son’s confirmation on May 15.
Prince Christian, 15, looked sharp in a crisp white shirt and tailored blue suit when he arrived at Fredensborg Palace Church in Fredensborg, where the royal family moves every year for the summer.
Prince Christian’s confirmation was scheduled for last year but was postponed due to the pandemic.
Flanked by security and passers-by, the royals made their way to the entrance of the church where they happily had their picture taken with matriarch, Queen Margrethe.
The 81-year-old monarch looked elegant in a coral-colored coat dress, a matching wizard, pearl jewelry and pumps.
Prince Christian (second from left, next to Crown Prince Frederik), 15, looked sharp in a crisp white shirt and fitted blue shirt for his confirmation in Fredensborg on May 15
Crown Princess Mary (pictured on arrival at Fredensborg Palace Church) swept her brunette locks into a ponytail and adorned them with a delicate wizard
Queen Margrethe (background), 81, looked elegant in a coral coat dress, a matching wizard, pearl jewelry and pumps
Keeping a close eye on her youngest children, Princess Isabella, 14, and 10-year-old twins Prince Vincent and Princess Josephine, was Crown Princess Mary.
She wore a patterned blue dress with flowing sleeves and elegant nude heels.
The confirmation, a private ceremony with just 25 guests, was presided over by the royal confessor, Bishop Henrik Wigh-Poulsen.
Crown Prince Frederik was confirmed in the same church 40 years ago.