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GALLERY: Frederik and Mary go to Greenland

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10:24 CEST+02:00
A small village of 30 inhabitants was the first stop for Crown Prince Frederik, Crown Princess Mary and their four kids on theit week-long visit to Greenland,
Crown Prince Frederik, his wife Mary and their four children arrived in Greenland on Friday for a week-long official visit. 
 
The first stop for the Crown Prince Couple was the small village Igaliko, with its total of 30 inhabitants. All four children – Prince Christian, Princess Isabella and twins Prince Vincent and Princess Josephine – were given wool jumpers as a welcome gift. 
 
 
The royals also visited Narsaq on Friday, where they made stops at a slaughterhouse, a cultural centre and an elderly home. 
 

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The programme for the rest of the week can be seen at the Royal House’s official website
 
For more photos of the Danish Royal Family, don't miss the gallery of pictures from the extended clan's recent public appearance at Gråsten Palace.

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