First Photos Of Danish Royal Twins

First Photos Of Danish Royal Twins

Denmark’s Crown Prince Frederick and Princess Mary released official photographs of their newborn twins. The adorable baby boy and girl were born at Copenhagen’s university hospital Rigshospitalet on January 8 and will be named at their christening on April 14.

Proud parents are Tasmanian-born Princess Mary, 39, and Crown Prince Frederik, 42. The twins are fourth and fifth in line to the throne, after their father and older siblings Prince Christian, 5, and Princess Isabella, 3.

According to photographer Steen Brogaard, the twins were “perfectly behaved” and did not cry.

“They were very beautiful and were wide awake, very aware and looking at everything,” Brogaard said. “They also smiled a lot.”

Thanks to CBS reader kylie!

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  1. Anonymous

    What a beautiful picture of them. They are such a gorgeous family.

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  2. mackenzie

    sweet pictures

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  3. Anonymous2

    Amazing how certain people can be so blessed in life!
    This family is a very lucky one!

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  4. Helena

    Such a beautiful family, and really lovely baby names too :-)

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  5. Camila

    Mary and Frederik make such beautiful babies.
    Love this family!

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  6. lovedbss

    Such beautiful babies. Now I’m waiting for Crown Princess Victoria of Sweden to announce she’s expecting.

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  7. Sophia

    What a lovely photo! I can’t wait for them to announce the names of these precious babies. Everyone was pretty surprised by Isabella (even though outside of Danish Royalty it’s so common), I wonder if they’ll “shock” again haha.

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  8. Sophia

    What a lovely photo! I can’t wait for them to announce the names of these precious babies. Everyone was pretty surprised by Isabella (even though outside of Danish Royalty it’s so common), I wonder if they’ll “shock” again haha.

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  9. lilseraph

    blah, blah.

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