Just when we thought nothing could top these incredible photos of the royals rocking the traditional costumes of Greenland, Princess Mary and Prince Frederik of Denmark have gifted us with a stunning new photo album.
The proud parents recently whisked their kids Prince Christian, 11, Princess Isabella, nine, Prince Vincent and Princess Josephine, both six, away on a skiing trip to Verbier, Switzerland.
And luckily for us, the Danish Royals have released a series of precious family snaps from the holiday.
Over the weekend, the official Facebook page for the Danish Royal's uploaded an album called "sunshine in the snow", which showed the tight-knight clan making the most of the picturesque alps.
In a special touch, Princess Mary's Aussie nephew, Alexander Stephens, also joined them on the getaway.
In one candid selfie, the 45-year-old Princess from Tasmania cuddles up to her oldest daughter Isabella as they make their way up to the cable car.
In another shot, twins Vincent and Josephine are bundled up in their bulky ski coats and goggles before taking on the slopes.
And of course, no family holiday is complete without a team photo and the newest portrait of Mary and Fred's four children shows just how close they've become.
Mary and Fred have been heading to Verbier, which is also a favourite destination of Prince Harry's, for annual ski trips since their first child Prince Christian was a baby.
Following in Duchess Catherine's footsteps, Mary did away professional photographers and took all the family photos herself.
We love a multi-talented Princess!