Hot off the heels of their dreamy summer holiday in their home country of Denmark, the Danish Royal Family are setting off north on a tour of the Faroe Islands.
Crown Princess Mary, 46, and her husband Crown Prince Frederik, 50, were accompanied by their four children, Prince Christian, 12, Princess Isabella, 11, and seven year-old twins Prince Vincent and Princess Josephine as they set sail on the royal Dannebrog Yacht in their home city of Copenhagen and arrived in the Faroe capital, Tórshavn, for a four day official visit.
And the gorgeous family of six were dressed to the nines in traditional Faroe outfits for their arrival where they greeted local well-wishers.
It's going to be a busy four days for the Danish royals, they've already visited the Home Government, as well as Glasir, the largest educational institute in the Faroe Islands and inspected a new residence hall in the city centre.
The Faroe Islands, located between Norway and Iceland, are a self-governing country within the Danish kingdom and have been since 1948. The traditional female costume, worn by Crown Princess Mary and the two daughters Isabella and Josephine, consists of a dress and open sweater laced together with silver buttons topped off with a woolen bonnet and a black cape over the shoulders.
As for the male costume, Crown Prince Frederik and their sons Christian and Vincent wore waistcoats and felt coats with silver buttons, finished with blue stockings and the famous floppy hat.
As the future king of Denmark, we're expecting to see Crown Prince Frederik embark on many more royal engagements, hopefully with his adorable family in tow.
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