Crown Princess Mary of Denmark looked a vision in blue as she arrived at the Rigshospitalet for a visit to the hospital’s heart surgery section in Copenhagen, Denmark today.
The Australian-born royal, 47, opted for a pair of smart navy tailored trousers and a matching blazer – and added a silky light blue blouse underneath.
She accessorised with coordinating earrings and added a pop of colour to her ensemble with a pair of purple velvet heels.
During her visit, she met with the hospital’s staff and its Chief surgeon Christian Carranza, who showed her how to perform mock heart surgery on an artificial torso.
Crown Princess Mary of Denmark, 47, was a vision in blue during a visit to the Rigshospitalet in Copenhagen today
Mary seemed captivated as Chief Surgeon Christian Carranza demonstrated how to perform heart surgery on an artificial torso
Following the surgeon’s instruction, Mary, who is the Patron of the Danish Heart Foundation, was seen trying to follow his demonstration.
She wore her brown hair loose and kept her makeup minimal – adding just a dash of nude lipstick and mascara.
The Rigshospitalet hospital, located in the heart of Copenhagen, is one of the most highly specialised in Denmark.
Founded in 1757, the hospital was remodelled in the 1970’s.
Christian Carranza explained his technique to the royal who listened intently as he gave his instruction
Following her visit to the hospital, the royal will present the foundation’s 2019 research prizes at Hotel D’Angleterre.
It’s been a busy few days for Princess Mary, who, earlier in the week, was joined by husband Prince Frederik, 51, as they attended a wreath laying ceremony in Warsaw to commemorate World Word Two veterans.
The royal duo, who have been married for 15 years, were greeted with military honors by Polish President Andrzej Duda in front of the Presidential Palace.
It was a sombre occasion for the pair, who were in the country for a wreath laying ceremony at the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier.
The Crown Prince and Princess marked 100 years of Denmark’s diplomatic ties with Poland during the one-day visit.
Princess Mary, who is the patron of the Danish Heart Foundation, seemed particularly interested in the procedure
After the demonstration, Princess Mary tried her hand at the procedure under the guidance of Christian Carranza
Members of staff looked on as the royal performed the surgery on the artificial torso (pictured)