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Crown Princess Mary of Denmark | Unofficial Royalty

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Mary Elizabeth Donaldson was born February 5, 1972 in Hobart, Australia.
Mary began her education in Houston, Texas, where the family was living at the time. They returned to Tasmania and she continued her schooling there. Following the completion of her secondary education, she enrolled in the University of Tasmania, receiving a degree in Commerce and Law. She also received graduate certifications in Advertising and Marketing and worked in those fields in Australia and Scotland. As her relationship with Frederik became more serious, she left Australia, first working in Paris as an English tutor before moving to Denmark and working for Microsoft. #50838248 / gettyimages.com In September 2000, during the Olympic Games in Sydney, Mary met Crown Prince Frederik of Denmark on an evening out with some mutual friends. The two quickly began a relationship, with Frederik making several private trips to Australia before Mary eventually relocated to Denmark. Their engagement was announced in October 2003, after Queen Margrethe had given her formal consent to the marriage. Frederik and Mary married on May 14, 2004 at the Copenhagen Cathedral. (Read more about the wedding here!) They now reside at Amalienborg (Frederik VIII's Palace), and the Chancellery House at Fredensborg Palace, with their four children:


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Wedding of Crown Prince Frederik and Mary Donaldson
Mary Donaldson Learn More about Crown Prince Frederik and Mary Donaldson Mary Donaldson Mary Elizabeth Donaldson was born in Hobart, Australia on February 5, 1972, the youngest child of Professor John Donaldson and Henrietta Horne. Mary began her education in Houston, Texas, where the family was living at the time. They returned to Tasmania and she continued her schooling there. Following the completion of her secondary education, she enrolled in The University of Tasmania, receiving a degree in Commerce and Law. She also received graduate certifications in Advertising and Marketing, and worked in those fields in Australia and Scotland. As her relationship with Frederik became more serious, she left Australia and worked in Paris as an English tutor before moving to Denmark and working for Microsoft. Frederik and Mary met on September 16, 2000, during the Olympic Games in Sydney. A friend of Mary's was meeting Bruno Gómez-Acebo (a nephew of King Juan Carlos) for dinner at the Slip Inn in Sydney, and invited Mary and another friend to join them. A friend of Mary's was meeting Bruno Gómez-Acebo (a nephew of King Juan Carlos) for dinner at the Slip Inn in Sydney, and invited Mary and another friend to join them. Over the next year, Frederik made many private trips to Australia to see Mary, and in 2001, she left Australia and moved first to Paris and then to Denmark. The engagement of Crown Prince Frederik and Miss Mary Donaldson was formally announced on October 8, 2003, following a meeting of the Council of State, at which The Queen had given her formal consent to the marriage. Following some official photos, a balcony appearance and a luncheon, the newly engaged couple sat for a brief press conference and photographs with the world's media in the Garden Hall at Fredensborg Palace. At this time, the world was able to see the wedding ring Frederik had given to Mary. For her wedding dress, Mary selected Danish designer Uffe Frank. Following speeches by the Prince Consort, The Queen, Professor Donaldson and the Crown Prince, the guests dined on a menu of predominantly French cuisine: Learn More About Crown Prince Frederik and Mary Donaldson


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Mary Elizabeth Donaldson was born February 5, 1972 in Hobart, Australia.
Mary began her education in Houston, Texas, where the family was living at the time. They returned to Tasmania and she continued her schooling there. Following the completion of her secondary education, she enrolled in the University of Tasmania, receiving a degree in Commerce and Law. She also received graduate certifications in Advertising and Marketing and worked in those fields in Australia and Scotland. As her relationship with Frederik became more serious, she left Australia, first working in Paris as an English tutor before moving to Denmark and working for Microsoft. #50838248 / gettyimages.com In September 2000, during the Olympic Games in Sydney, Mary met Crown Prince Frederik of Denmark on an evening out with some mutual friends. The two quickly began a relationship, with Frederik making several private trips to Australia before Mary eventually relocated to Denmark. Their engagement was announced in October 2003, after Queen Margrethe had given her formal consent to the marriage. Frederik and Mary married on May 14, 2004 at the Copenhagen Cathedral. (Read more about the wedding here!) They now reside at Amalienborg Palace (Frederik VIII's Palace), and the Chancellery House at Fredensborg Palace, with their four children:


www.unofficialroyalty.com

Mary Elizabeth Donaldson was born February 5, 1972 in Hobart, Australia.
Mary began her education in Houston, Texas, where the family was living at the time. They returned to Tasmania and she continued her schooling there. Following the completion of her secondary education, she enrolled in the University of Tasmania, receiving a degree in Commerce and Law. She also received graduate certifications in Advertising and Marketing and worked in those fields in Australia and Scotland. As her relationship with Frederik became more serious, she left Australia, first working in Paris as an English tutor before moving to Denmark and working for Microsoft. photo: AFP/Getty Images photo: AFP/Getty Images In September 2000, during the Olympic Games in Sydney, Mary met Crown Prince Frederik of Denmark on an evening out with some mutual friends. The two quickly began a relationship, with Frederik making several private trips to Australia before Mary eventually relocated to Denmark. Their engagement was announced in October 2003, after Queen Margrethe had given her formal consent to the marriage. Frederik and Mary married on May 14, 2004 at the Copenhagen Cathedral. (Read more about the wedding here!) They now reside at Amalienborg Palace (Frederik VIII's Palace), and the Chancellery House at Fredensborg Palace, with their four children:


www.unofficialroyalty.com

Mary Elizabeth Donaldson was born February 5, 1972 in Hobart, Australia.
Mary began her education in Houston, Texas, where the family was living at the time. They returned to Tasmania and she continued her schooling there. Following the completion of her secondary education, she enrolled in the University of Tasmania, receiving a degree in Commerce and Law. She also received graduate certifications in Advertising and Marketing and worked in those fields in Australia and Scotland. As her relationship with Frederik became more serious, she left Australia, first working in Paris as an English tutor before moving to Denmark and working for Microsoft. photo: AFP/Getty Images photo: AFP/Getty Images In September 2000, during the Olympic Games in Sydney, Mary met Crown Prince Frederik of Denmark on an evening out with some mutual friends. The two quickly began a relationship, with Frederik making several private trips to Australia before Mary eventually relocated to Denmark. Their engagement was announced in October 2003, after Queen Margrethe had given her formal consent to the marriage. Frederik and Mary married on May 14, 2004 at the Copenhagen Cathedral. (Read more about the wedding here!) They now reside at Amalienborg Palace (Frederik VIII's Palace), and the Chancellery House at Fredensborg Palace, with their four children:


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