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She was our princess but now, she’s well and truly a Denmark royal. Princess Mary has just released her official portraits ahead of her 43rd birthday on February 5.

We don’t hear a lot about Crown Princess Mary these days so this is a lovely reminder that Australians really can take claim to a royal.

Many are commenting on how youthful Princess Mary and Prince Frederik look – it’s almost as if they haven’t aged a day since their first official photos.

In the shoot, the beautiful Mary wore a custom-designed pale pink ball gown by Sydney designer Carla Zampatti with a stunning 211-year-old diamond and ruby headband and matching jewellery, while her husband look dapper his Danish military uniform.

The couple’s four children Christian, Isabella, Vincent and Josephine were not in the official portraits but were in family photos last year that marked the 10-year anniversary of their parents’ 2004 wedding.

Take a look at the photos and tell us what you think:

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  1. She is such a beautiful person. So dignified. She is a credit to her country of birth and her adopted country.

  2. Aging beautifully looking her age, I love this, no botox fake smile just natural kind face.

    1 REPLY
    • Yes, I agree with you. It was what really made me smile, seeing those little normal lines around her mouth. Well done, Mary.

  3. I would like to see Denmark and Australia become republics.

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    • HI Berndt…what are the advantages of that? It would be at enormous cost to the Oz taxpayers, and we are already burdened with a massive debt? Thanks…

    • Who would you trust to re write the constitution? Would you insist that Australians be allowed to see the new constitution and be allowed some input into it before it became law or would you vote ‘yes’ for a republic before you’d seen the new constitution and then complain afterwards when a few self serving politicians became billionaires?

    • You don’t know what you talking about. Theory is different to reality. Never works anyway.

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