Queen Margrethe II stepped out on Wednesday to attend the exhibition opening of her personal work on the Henri Martin Museum of Cahors. The Queen of Denmark seemed fairly in pink.

The 82-year-old monarch wowed in an distinctive pink robe which fell beneath the knee.

The gown had quarter-length sleeves and a scooped neck, designed in a broderie anglaise model.

This is characterised by patterns composed of oval holes, referred to as eyelets.

The eyelets, which coated the gown fully, revealed a white materials beneath.

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The white materials was concentrated most between her bodice and hips, giving the gown some dimension.

It gathered just under the bust and once more on the waist, accentuating her curves.

A dainty strip of lace separated the bodice from the skirt, which fell into gentle pleats.

As for equipment, the Queen went for a easy gold chain, a gold watch and two showstoppers – a superb brooch and earrings.


The monarch’s brooch of selection was her Rooster Brooch, produced from white and yellow gold.

It is about with an array of gems, together with diamonds, rubies, sapphires, and one massive pearl.

This brooch is a agency favorite of the royal, having been noticed sporting it on quite a few events.

She has reportedly been in possession of the brooch for a whopping 54 years, since being gifted it in 1968.

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She owns each an enormous assertion pair – full with an identical brooch – and cluster daisy earrings set in gold.

For this most up-to-date look, Margrethe wowed in sizzling pink lipstick to enhance her gown and a sweep of blue eyeshadow.

She went with out tights and wore a pair of candy white sandals, boasting a tiny kitten heel.

Fans of the royal took to Instagram to go with her newest look.

@debbiepti mentioned: “She’s so beautiful, such a lovely, happy lady. So wonderful seeing her smiling always.”