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Crown Princess Mary and Prince Frederik of Denmark share rare look inside their royal palace

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The royal couple hosted Princess Victoria and Prince Daniel of Sweden

Chloe Best

Crown Princess Mary and Crown Prince Frederik of Denmark opened the doorways to their palace on Monday to mark the start of a go to from the Swedish royals. The couple hosted a personal dinner for Crown Princess Victoria and Prince Daniel of Sweden in Amalienborg Palace, and images shared by the royal home shared a rare look inside their lavish residence.

Princess Mary and Prince Frederik welcomed their company in their lounge, which has excessive ceilings and an opulent décor that includes gold trims on the doorways and partitions, and an assortment of glass chandeliers.

Crown Princess Mary and Prince Frederik hosted the Swedish royals (Photo: Kungahuset)

Both royal {couples} chatted forward of dinner whereas seated on the 2 sofas within the room – one gray and one purple – with complementing patterned cushions. A sq. espresso desk was positioned within the center and was topped with a range of hardback books and an ornamental glass vase on a gold mirrored tray.

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The Swedish and Danish royals additionally posed collectively for a photograph in entrance of one other marble-topped desk with a phenomenal floral show, which was in step with the calming color palette of purple, gray and gold.

The Danish royals reside in Amalienborg Palace (Photo: Kungahuset)

Crown Prince Frederik and Crown Princess Mary reside in Frederik VIII’s palace within the north-eastern half of Amalienborg Palace in Copenhagen, and their personal residence is not open to the general public. However, royal followers can go to different components of the historic residence, together with Christian VIII’s Palace, which homes the Amalienborg Museum, and throughout the summer season, there’s each day entry to the Royal Representation Rooms, the Gala Hall and different state rooms that are nonetheless utilized by the Danish royal household.

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Queen Margrethe II additionally lives at Amalianborg, in Christian IX’s Palace, and makes use of Christian VII’s Palace as her setting for company and official receptions, such because the annual New Year banquet.

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