Royal Twins! Prince Vincent and Princess Josephine of Denmark Turn 10 with a Special Reveal
The royal twins show off their adorable bond — and new monograms — in new portraits
Denmark's royal twins are celebrating a milestone birthday!
Adorable new portraits of Prince Vincent and Princess Josephine were released on Friday to mark their 10th birthday. The portraits by photographer Franne Voigt show off the siblings' strong bond, including a sweet shot of the brother and sister exchanging a look with Vincent's arm over Josephine's shoulder. In another photo, the youngest children of Crown Prince Frederik and Crown Princess Mary wrap their arms around each other and give the camera playful grins.
The twins also starred in their own solo portraits, with Princess Josephine sporting a yellow polka dot ensemble with a matching bow in her hair while Prince Vincent looked sharp in a crisp white shirt.
Princess Josephine and Prince Vincent's 10th birthday also marked a special occasion: the reveal of their royal monograms!
Both monograms, by graphic designer Charlotte Søeborg Ohlsen, feature Christian the fifth's royal crown over the children's first initial. Josephine's design is described as "strong in italics and with a poetic and vibrant expression," while Vincent's "consists of a fixed classic left wing combined with a legend, forward-looking double line to the right."
In 2019, mom Princess Mary got behind the camera to capture portraits to mark the twins' eighth birthday.
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Prince Vincent and Princess Josephine were born 26 minutes apart (with Vincent being slightly older than his sister) at Rigshospitalet in Copenhagen. They are the third and fourth children of Prince Frederik and Princess Mary, joining big brother Prince Christian, 15, and big sister Princess Isabella, 13.
The twin grandchildren of Queen Margrethe were baptized three months later.