Royal Family Outing! Swedish and Danish Royals Step Out in Traditional Garb: See the Photos
The Danish royal family arrived in style for the start of their four-day visit to the Faroe islands, an archipelago located between Norway and Iceland, on Thursday.
Crown Princess Mary and her daughter Princess Isabella joined the brood in sporting traditional Faroe costume, including black capes and embroidered bonnets.
The boys — Crown Prince Frederik and sons Prince Christian and Prince Vincent — also got some cool clothing: Waistcoats with blue stockings and floppy hats.
Princess Josephine, 7, and Princess Isabella, 11, had some fun perfecting their royal waves as they arrived on a boat from their home in Copenhagen.
The playful sisters also had a silly moment, when Isabella made a face while having her cheeks squeezed together by Josephine.
The family greeted well-wishers as they approached the shore.
Swedish royals were also out and about on Thursday! Prince Carl Philip and his wife Princess Sofia joined 2-year-old son Prince Alexander (who proved to already be a pro at waving to the cameras!) to the Nynas Nature Reserve in Gisesjon, Sweden, where a scenic lookout and a path were dedicated in the young child's honor.
The family (minus Prince Gabriel, who turns 1 on August 31) embarked on a horse-drawn carriage ride through the preserve, with Prince Alexander taking in the views from in between his parents.
Alexander, who looked dapper in a striped blue shirt topped by a white seater and paired with khakis, needed a little help getting out!
Alexander was all smiles in the arms of Princess Sofia, who gave her son a lift to get a better look at the horse.
Prince Carl Philip held the young prince while Sofia pointed at something at the nature preserve.
And for the biggest duty of all: Prince Alexander assisted in breaking the green ribbon to officially open the viewpoint, which is now open to the public.