Crown Princess Mary Of Denmark Celebrates Her 46th Birthday - 10 Stunning Facts About The Royal

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Danish Crown Princess Mary turned 46 on February the 5th! She is the favorite woman in Denmark, the icon of grace and style and an example of a perfect wife and a mother. Here what else you may want to know about her:

1. Her name is Mary Elizabeth Donaldson and she was born in Australia in a common Scottish family of maths professor John Donaldson and university secretary Henrietta Clark Donaldson.

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2. Mary met her future husband, Frederick, the Crown Prince of Denmark, in a Sydney pub during summer Olympics in 2000.

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3. When getting acquainted, she had no idea who that handsome man was.

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4. They say she is similar to Kate Middleton in style and personality. Well, Danish royal couple is close friends to the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge, William and Kate.

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5. She is quite talented in music and plays piano, flute, and clarinet. However, this does not deprive her of sports talents – Mary is a skillful hockey and basketball player.

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6. Among her interests are yachting, golf, and riding.

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7. She loves traveling! She was working in Edinburg, Paris, Copenhagen; her last workplace was for Microsoft Business Solutions where she was in charge of for company development, communication and marketing.

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8. She never expected to become a princess. All she ever wanted was to become a veterinarian.

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9. There is a law named after her – "Mary’s law" that means obtaining citizenship after marrying Danish.

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10. Before marriage, Mary held citizenships of Australia and the UK.

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Even though Princess Mary was not raised like a royal from childhood, it seems like royalty is in her blood. She is a Princess who makes her people proud and admire. We wish her happy birthday and long years of prosperity and happiness!

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