The Tiaras Were Out in Full Force for Crown Prince Frederik's 50th Birthday Party

Royals from multiple nations were in attendance at the Danish Prince's gala over the weekend.

Over the weekend, royals from around Europe made their way to Denmark to celebrate Crown Prince Frederik's 50th birthday. See all the tiara-topped princesses, queens, and countesses who attended the gala below.

Crown Prince Frederik and Crown Princess Mary in their carriage on the way to the Prince's 50th birthday at Christiansborg Palace in Copenhagen.

Several members of other royal families throughout Europe attended the celebration, including King Willem-Alexander and Queen Maxima of the Netherlands, seen here.

The guest of honor, Crown Prince Frederik, arrives with Crown Princess Mary and Queen Margrethe of Denmark.

Queen Margrethe reportedly gave a speech at the gala in her son's honor, saying, “On Monday, you got all of Denmark to run along with you. Your grandmother would have been so proud of you, and I would wish Papa could have experienced your 50th birthday because he was as proud of you as I am.”

King Philippe and Queen Mathilde of Belgium at the gala.

Princess Sophie of Liechtenstein wore a striking green dress for the occasion. Here she is with Prince Alois.

Crown Prince Haakon of Norway and his wife Crown Princess Mette-Marit also attended the party.

Here are King Carl Gustaf of Sweden and Queen Silvia arriving at Christiansborg Palace.

Countess Alexandra, the former wife of Prince Joachim of Denmark, at the gala banquet.

An overhead view of the party.

Here is Princess Benedikte of Denmark wearing a fringe-style tiara.

Henri, Grand Duke of Luxembourg, and his wife Maria Theresa traveled to Copenhagen for the event.

Here are Princess Maria-Olympia of Greece and Prince Achileas-Andreas of Greece arriving at the party. This was her first official tiara gala.


Princess Alexandra of Berleburg wearing an icy blue one-shoulder gown.

Crown Princess Victoria of Sweden is seen here at the palace with her husband Prince Daniel.

Prince Joachim of Denmark arrives with his wife Princess Marie and oldest son Prince Nikolai.

This story originally appeared on Townandcountrymag.com.
* Minor edits have been made by the Townandcountry.ph editors.

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