Danish Royal, Princess Mary has relocated to Switzerland together with her four children, while Prince Frederik remains in Denmark to continue his royal duties.
The Tasmanian-born Crown Princess of Denmark, will live in the Swiss Alps, while her children, Prince Christian, 14, Princess Josephine, 12, Princess Isabella and Prince Vincent (both 9), will be attending a prestigious International school for three months.
The Royal kids have been enrolled for the 12-week stint, during the Sprint semester, in the Lemania-Verbier International School in Verbier, one of the top ski locations in the world.
Experience in An International Environment
Adorable new photos show the children posing in their picturesque temporary home, wearing their new school uniform and snow boots. The snowy Swiss alps can be seen in the background and the children are accompanied by their parents.
The pic posted on the Danish royal family’s instagram was captioned:
“With the school stay, the Crown Prince couple wants to give their children a common experience in an international environment.”
The children usually attend Tranegårdsskolen school, in Gentofte, Denmark.
Mary will stay with the children throughout their stay while Prince Frederik will visit them in between his royal duties.
Happy Birthday Twins
To mark the twin’s ninth birthday, more gorgeous pics have just been released, showing Prince Vincent and Princess Josephine having fun together. Princess Mary took the photos herself.
Message To The Bushfire Victims
Despite all this exciting change in Princess Mary’s family life, she has still taken time to share a message of support to the bushfire victims.
“In this time of great hardship caused by the ruthless bushfires, my husband and I would like to convey our warmest wishes to the Australian people as we enter a new year,” she wrote in a letter address to Prime Minister Scott Morrison.
“Our heartfelt condolences to the families who have lost loved ones and our deepest sympathy to the many families who have lost their homes – their livelihoods.
“When the immediate crisis subsides and people can begin to return from where they have fled, our thoughts and concerns will remain with the affected local communities, as it will undoubtedly take great efforts and time for them to rebuild what has been lost.”
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