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Crown Princess Mary of Denmark and her husband Crown Prince Frederik visit the tomb of Frederick IX

Princess Mary and her husband, Crown Prince Frederik, made an elegant if sombre arrival at Roskilde Cathedral on Friday. 

The couple donned warm winter ensembles as they visited the tomb of Frederick IX of Denmark at Roskilde Cathedral, on Queen’s 50th anniversary of her accession to the throne.  

The 49-year-old Australian-born royal stunned in a caramel toned dress with long sleeves, which fitted to her slender frame, and featured a decorative collar. 

Classy: Princess Mary and her husband, Crown Prince Frederik, made an elegant if sombre arrival at Roskilde Cathedral on Friday. Both pictured

Classy: Princess Mary and her husband, Crown Prince Frederik, made an elegant if sombre arrival at Roskilde Cathedral on Friday. Both pictured

Classy: Princess Mary and her husband, Crown Prince Frederik, made an elegant if sombre arrival at Roskilde Cathedral on Friday. Both pictured 

She added a smart white hat with lace detailing, as well as a pair of towering nude heels. 

Mary kept warm in a camel toned coat, adorned with a medal, and had on a string of large pearls. 

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The brunette’s hair was pulled off her face and she opted for a clean makeup palette with rosy cheeks and pink lipstick. 

Outing: The couple donned warm winter ensembles as they visited the tomb of Frederick IX of Denmark at Roskilde Cathedral, on Queen's 50th anniversary of her accession to the throne

Outing: The couple donned warm winter ensembles as they visited the tomb of Frederick IX of Denmark at Roskilde Cathedral, on Queen's 50th anniversary of her accession to the throne

Outing: The couple donned warm winter ensembles as they visited the tomb of Frederick IX of Denmark at Roskilde Cathedral, on Queen’s 50th anniversary of her accession to the throne

Stunning: The 49-year-old Australian-born royal stunned in a caramel toned dress with long sleeves, which fitted to her slender frame, and featured a decorative collar

Stunning: The 49-year-old Australian-born royal stunned in a caramel toned dress with long sleeves, which fitted to her slender frame, and featured a decorative collar

Stunning: The 49-year-old Australian-born royal stunned in a caramel toned dress with long sleeves, which fitted to her slender frame, and featured a decorative collar

Fashionable: She added a smart white hat with lace detailing, as well as a pair of towering nude heels

Fashionable: She added a smart white hat with lace detailing, as well as a pair of towering nude heels

Fashionable: She added a smart white hat with lace detailing, as well as a pair of towering nude heels

Frederik chose a navy wool coat with a matching scarf and trousers in the same colour, as well as shiny dress shoes. 

The pair made their way inside, where Mary wore a face mask as she oversaw the proceedings.   

The Crown Princess will become Queen of Denmark when Frederik ascends to the throne, following the death or abdication of his mother.

Safe: The pair made their way inside, where Mary wore a face mask as she oversaw the proceedings

Safe: The pair made their way inside, where Mary wore a face mask as she oversaw the proceedings

Safe: The pair made their way inside, where Mary wore a face mask as she oversaw the proceedings

Love story: When Mary met Frederik at the Slip Inn during the 2000 Olympics, she had no idea he was the heir to a European throne

Love story: When Mary met Frederik at the Slip Inn during the 2000 Olympics, she had no idea he was the heir to a European throne

Love story: When Mary met Frederik at the Slip Inn during the 2000 Olympics, she had no idea he was the heir to a European throne

When Mary met Frederik at the Slip Inn during the 2000 Olympics, she had no idea he was the heir to a European throne.

The couple maintained a long distance relationship until Mary moved to Copenhagen where they married in May 2004.

Denmark’s future king and queen share four children, Prince Christian, 15, Princess Isabella, 14, and 10-year-old twins, Prince Vincent and Princess Josephine.

Warm greeting: Mary smiled as she met with fellow guests outside the cathedral

Warm greeting: Mary smiled as she met with fellow guests outside the cathedral

Warm greeting: Mary smiled as she met with fellow guests outside the cathedral  

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