The Danish royal family have released brand new photos of the royal clan together to mark a very special occasion.
It was a picturesque sight to behold as Queen Margrethe, her sisters Queen Anne-Marie of Greece and Princess Benedikte, along with their grandchildren and spouses all gathered at the southern Jutland castle.
The family reunion was marked via the official Danish royal family Instagram account which shared a slew of photos from the blooming gardens as the family stood atop a bridge, drove golf carts, and strolled the grounds.
“During her lifetime, Queen Ingrid made a big mark on Graasten Castle, and these days, the former queen’s three daughters and grandchildren with spouses are gathered at the southern Jutland castle for a “cousin” get-together,” the post read.
“The gathering has been arranged by Her Majesty The Queen, Her Royal Highness Princess Benedikte and Her Majesty Queen Anne-Marie, and thus almost all Frederik 9. And Queen Ingrid’s grandchildren gathered just now during the summer holidays.”
Front and centre in the picture was Prince Frederik and Princess Mary.
In a special touch, Crown Princess Mary stunned in a Zimmermann skirt paired with a pale yellow blouse from Zadig and Voltaire.
This isn’t the first time we’ve seen Mary wear the Australian designer.
The royal also wore the flowy number for the closing ceremony of Copenhagen 2021 – the collective name for the LGBTQIA+ events WorldPride and EuroGames.
Of course, the Australian born royal is known for paying homage to her heritage.
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During her royal tour of Bangladesh in April this year, Mary donned a wide-brimmed white hat from Deborah Hutton’s sun-safe hat company, Canopy Bay Hats.
After her Danish-born business partner Tina reached out to the Danish Palace, Deborah revealed that her company Canopy Bay Hats sent Mary a selection of hats including the Peta, named for Tina’s husband.
Speaking exclusively to The Weekly earlier this month, Deborah revealed she and her team were surprised and delighted to not only receive a note of thanks from the Palace but to also see Mary don the Peta hat on her royal tour.
“She’s just gorgeous, she styled it really perfectly. I know we sent her a couple but obviously that was the one she was drawn to,” Deborah says.
“We were so excited I can’t tell you! This is a beautiful brand and to have that recognition, for her to not only thank us but wear it..I just love the fact that she embraces anything Australian.
“She’s obviously very protective about her Australian heritage, it’s not something she’s going to forget quickly. I think she does what she can when she can to embrace Australian design.”