Princess Mary visited Latvia and took to the streets in an embroidered pink dress and hat and Bottega Veneta clutch, and resembled US First Lady Jacqueline Kennedy's famous pink Chanel tweed outfit. Mary is pictured here with Latvian First Lady Iveta Vejone.
When the weather in the Latvian capital of Riga took a turn for the chillier, Mary draped a dark navy shawl over her intricate dress to stay warm. Pictured here with her husband, Crown Prince Fredrik of Denmark.
French First Lady, Brigitte Macron, and Mary, Crown Princess of Denmark, both stepped out in Copenhagen wearing matching ruby red dresses. Macron wore a custom Louis Vuitton mini, that stopped just above the knees, which she than paired with a matching coat and black leather pumps. Mary opted for a mid-calf length dress, with billowing sleeve and keyhole neck detailing, which she then accessorised with a floral brooch and a pair of python pumps.
Mary and Frederik pictured with their children (from left to right) Vincent, Christian, Isabella and Josephine, in a family portrait released for Prince Frederik's fiftieth birthday.
At a gala dinner celebrating his birthday, Mary showed she still sports her Aussie wit by calling her husband a dedicated 'MAMIL' (middle-aged man in lycra), but ended up bringing him to tears in an über-emotional speech.
"I am so happy you swept me off my feet, not just for a moment, but for life."
Mary wears a Vilshenko dress on the balcony of Amalienborg Palace, on Frederik's 50th birthday.
Mary wears a dress by Copenhagen designer David Andersen.
Mary donned an azure-blue dress in Seattle while visiting the United States.
Mary wore Preen by Thornton Bregazzi at an event in Seattle.
Mary wore a dark maroon blouse and coordinating skirt with python pumps at a charity event in Copenhagen.
Mary dazzled in Stella McCartney at a Copenhagen event.
Mary kept it simple in a polka-dot skirt and tucked in blouse at a language centre opening in Copenhagen.
Mary dazzled in a pleated, embroidered gown (pictured with daughters Isabella and Josephine).
Mary wore Erdem to an opera house gala dinner in Copenhagen, pictured with husband Frederik.
Mary wore a velour teal gown to a Copenhagen event with husband Frederik.