The creation of a princess: body changes

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Besides having gone from an Australian business woman with little interest in fashion to a style icon reminiscent of Jackie Kennedy, Crown Princess Mary of Denmark has undergone many other changes. Since her first visits to Denmark from 2001 to 2003 she has shed several pounds.

The Australia-born princess is here seen above taking a stroll in 2002. Her style is classic and accentuates her beautiful female curves.

Mary’s body now shows signs of regular exercise. It is well-balanced and toned.

The Australian beauty is seen below enjoying a summer day at the sea with children and friends. Her body is admirably lean and athletic.

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Soon her slim look will temporarily change, as the royal couple are expecting twins. On March 17 last year the Danish magazine Billedbladed reported that Crown Prince Frederik and his wife had been seen making several secret trips to the Danish national hospital Rigshospitalet, where the couple’s two younger children Prince Christian and Princess Isabella were born. They were seen leaving the part of the hospital that hosts the Juliane Marie Center - the hospital’s birth clinic - smiling and hand in hand.

Scandinavia’s largest bookmaker Unibet was so convinced that the crown princess would give birth before January 1, 2010 that they offered 1.5 odds. Now it has finally been confirmed that the 37-year old is pregnant. She is due in January 2011.

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6 comments

  1. Mary’s 38, not 37.

  2. Princess Mary is referred to as being Australian since she was born in Tasmania, but she’s all Scottish! She grew up in a Scottish family and culture, but in Australia. Scotland can ‘claim’ Princess Mary as being one of their own just as much as Australia can, if not more.

  3. Princess Mary is Australian , and now Danish
    Whatever Scotland , get a grip , you have enough georgeous well bred women , leave us something !

  4. I think you’ll find if you are born in Australia and raised in Australia then that makes you Australian.

  5. But now she’s Danish …….
    The twins were born today: a boy and a girl!

  6. She grew up in a Scottish family and culture, but in Australia. Scotland can ‘claim’ Princess Mary as being one of their own just as much as Australia can, if not more.
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