Princess Mary looks sleek in a sage suit as she attends World Hour Live 2022 in Copenhagen

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Gorgeous green! Crown Princess Mary looks sleek in a sage suit as she attends World Hour Live 2022 in Copenhagen

Denmark’s Crown Princess Mary looked gorgeous in green at a royal event in Copenhagen on Thursday.

The Hobart-born royal, 50, opted for typically sleek glamor in a pine suit which he paired with a gray polo neck to keep warm in the cold Danish winter.

Adding a touch of glamor to the formal look, Mary elevated her height in black booted heels as she attended World Hour Live 2022 at Copenhagen City Hall.

Denmark’s Crown Princess Mary looked gorgeous in green at a royal event in Copenhagen on Thursday.

The Hobart-born royal, 50, opted for typically sleek glamor in a pine suit which she paired with a gray polo neck to keep warm in the cold Danish winter.

The royal appeared to chat with members of the public and picked up green and red cards while listening intently to the speakers.

Enhancing her natural beauty, the mother-of-four opted for a light make-up look with foundation and touches of bronzer and mascara.

The Australian wore her hair in loose waves and flaunted a muted pink lip as she chatted with others.

Adding a little sparkle, the star opted for diamond and opal earrings as she chatted with friends.

The royal appeared to chat with members of the public and picked up green and red cards while listening intently to the speakers

Adding a little sparkle, the star opted for diamond and opal earrings as she chatted with friends

Known for her eye for style, the future queen of Denmark regularly mixes high fashion with budget-friendly pieces and champions locally made clothing whenever she can.

Sage is a favorite of Kate Middleton, her style often compared to Mary.

Mary’s eye for fashion is so keen that she has twice been named the world’s most stylish royal in public polls, ahead of the Princess of Wales, Queen Letizia of Spain and Queen Rania of Jordan.

The late Chanel designer Karl Lagerfeld once described Mary (pictured Thursday) and Kate Middleton as ‘royal sisters’ thanks to their strikingly similar looks and comparable taste in clothing.

The late Chanel designer Karl Lagerfeld once described Mary and Kate Middleton as ‘royal sisters’ thanks to their strikingly similar looks and comparable taste in clothing.

The future queen of Denmark has posed for Vogue Australia and German Vogue and is a patron of the Global Fashion Agenda, which oversees the annual Copenhagen Fashion Summit.

Mary was without her husband Crown Prince Frederick today.

The love story between Princess Mary and Prince Frederik is well documented; The couple met in a bar in Sydney and moved to the Northern Hemisphere to live with Tasmanian-born Mary Frederick.

The love story of Princess Mary and Prince Frederik (not pictured) is well documented; The couple met in a Sydney bar and Mary, born in Tasmania, moved to the Northern Hemisphere to be with Frederick.

The future queen of Denmark has posed for Vogue Australia and German Vogue and is a patron of the Global Fashion Agenda, which oversees the annual Copenhagen Fashion Summit.

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