GALLERY: Frederik and Mary go to Greenland
The Local · 2 Aug 2014, 10:24
Published: 02 Aug 2014 10:24 GMT+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.
The programme for the rest of the week can be seen at the Royal House’s official website
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