Princess Mary and her husband Crown Prince Frederik of Denmark may have only been in town for five days, but they sure packed in the action! They kicked off their trip, which was in honour of the Sydney Opera House's 40th birthday, with a public appearance at the iconic landmark on Thursday before they ventured through the Royal Botanical Gardens for a visit to Government House. On Friday the couple made their way to Sydney's inner west where they spent some time at Five Dock Primary School, and later that night they were back at the Opera House for the opening of a special exhibition, Danish Design at the House.
The royals also had a busy weekend, which included a visit to the Australian Twin Registry at the Sydney Children's Hospital and an appearance to help launch the eSmart Homes Digital License on Saturday. On Sunday, they met with volunteer firefighters and people who had been affected by the recent bushfires in the area of Winmalee, and ended the weekend at the Sydney Opera House's 40th Anniversary official reception and concert.
On Monday, there were a few more official appointments and meetings with representatives from Danish export companies, and their time in Australia wrapped up with the 2013 Crown Prince Couple Awards, which saw Princess Mary and Prince Frederik break out their black-tie attire.
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— Additional reporting by Jessica Chandra