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Celebrating Crown Prince Frederik and Crown Princess Mary's 10th Wedding Anniversary

In 2004, the dashing Danish heir to the throne, Crown Prince Frederik, exchanged vows and said I do with the Hobart-born Mary Donaldson. Donaldson had a thriving career at an advertising firm then. The couple fell in love the moment they saw each other at a pub in Sydney. Ten years on, they were blessed by four kids: Prince Christian, Princess Isabella, and the twins Prince Vincent and Princess Josephine. In celebration of their happy union, here are intimate pictures of the royal couple and their kids.

The 10th anniversary portrait of Crown Prince Frederick and Princess
Mary together with their children. Image credit

Crown Prince Frederik and Crown Prince Mary.
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Crown Prince Frederik and Crown Princess Mary still happily married
despite the passing of time. Image credit

Crown Prince Frederik and Crown Princess Mary's love for each other
lingers on. In this photo, they look like they just gotten married!
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Find out more about Crown Prince Frederik and Crown Princess Mary's 10th anniversary here.


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