Princess Marie of Denmark gives birth to a princess

It's a baby girl for Prince Joachim and Princess Marie. 


Princess Marie (extreme left), heavily pregnant and just 10
days due her labor, joins husband Prince Joachim, Crown
Princess Mary,  Crown Prince Frederik, and a company
of charming royal kids, as they all wave a flood of greeting
crowds during Queen Margrethe's Ruby Anniversary,
Jan. 15.
The official website of the Danish Royal Family announced the birth of a baby girl to Prince Joachim and Princess Marie.

On 24 January, 2012, at 8.27 a.m. Her Royal Highness Princess Marie gave birth to a healthy Princess at Rigshospitalet in Copenhagen (Copenhagen University Hospital).
Weight: 2930 grs., length: 49 cm.
Mother and baby are doing fine.
His Royal Highness Prince Joachim was present at Rigshospitalet all the time.”
Prince Joachim married Princess Marie in 2008. The baby princess has a brother, Prince Henrik, and two elder half-brothers, Prince Nicholai and Prince Felix. The princess was born exactly 10 days after the ruby anniversary of her grandmother, Queen Margrethe II. 

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