International Royals

After months apart, Crown Princess Mary and her family are reunited with Queen Margrethe in time for Easter

The family have shared a colourful update ahead of Easter celebrations.

By Jess Pullar
The Danish royals have lasted the better part of a year without seeing their direct relatives, but finally, the family have reunited.
In a colourful update shared to Instagram, the royals shared their Easter activities with the world - and the reunion certainly looks as joyous as you'd expect.
In several vibrant snaps shared to Instagram, the family are seen crossing the grounds of their Danish estate together.
Crown Princess Mary is accompanied by her husband Prince Frederik, who stands alongside son Prince Christian, 15, Princess Isabella, 13, and twins Princess Josephine and Prince Vincent, both 10.
And in the centre of the snap stands the formidable Queen Margrethe, who turned 80 in the midst of lockdown.
The Danish royals are reunited in time for Easter. (Kongehuset)
In several other images, the family sit together to paint Easter eggs.
With colourful paint work and brushes at the ready, the Danish royals really showed off their creative side.
The family sat together in the sun-drenched room to paint Easter eggs. (Kongehuset)
The picture was flooded by comments from the royal's fanbase.
"Happy easter to a beautiful family," wrote one.
Another added in Danish: "So cozy. Happy Easter!"
It definitely looks like a cosy Easter ahead for the Danish royals. (Kongehuset)
While the country remains under a few social distancing regulations, it's lovely to see them united with Frederik's mother for such a special occassion.
And as the vaccine continues to rollout across the country, here's hoping it won't be long until they're able to get back to their usual, colourful public appearances.

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