Kate Middleton meets Crown Princess Mary in Denmark
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To commemorate the special occasion, the Royal Danish House released new portraits of the young royal.
In one photo, the princess adorned a chic black Paul Smith blazer, smart black trousers and a striped black and white top.
In another photo, she wore a graceful satin patterned green dress from ba&sh.
She also had a pair of simple gold hoop earrings on.
Royal fans sent warm wishes to the young royal when commenting on the photos that circulated on social media.
One royal fan wrote: “Best wishes for a very happy birthday Princess Isabella.”
Another said: “Happy Birthday Princess Isabella!”
However, other fans were pushed into a frenzy with some users gushing over the beautiful royal.
A third fan wrote: “Beautiful young lady”.
Another said she hopes Isabella “had a great birthday”.
Crown Princess Mary was also congratulated by one fan, who wrote: “What a beautiful young lady, well done Crown Princess Mary”.
Isabella is the second child and eldest daughter of Crown Prince
The princess stepped out with her father and grandmother over the Easter weekend Frederik and Crown Princess Mary.
She lives with her family at Amalienborg in Copenhagen and is second in line of succession to the Danish throne after Prince Christian.
Isabella attended Easter Mass with Queen Margrethe II of Denmark, where she met with the bishop of Aarhus Diocese, Henrik Wigh-Poulsen, who will perform her confirmation.
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The princess will attend her confirmation ceremony on April 30 at Fredensborg Palace Church.
The church hosts many royal confirmations, including for her older brother, Prince Christian last year and her father, Crown Prince Frederik, in 1981.
The Danish royal household confirmed the ceremony last month.
In a statement, they wrote: “On Saturday 30 April 2022, Her Royal Highness Princess Isabella will be confirmed in Fredensborg Castle Church.
“The confirmation will take place at 12.00 by the Royal Confessionary, Bishop Henrik Wigh-Poulsen, and afterwards the Princess will be celebrated privately by family and friends.”
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