Hello royal dishers I have just found the first pics of mary ad fred at sulture by the sea
Beach time for Danish royals November 20, 2011 - 12:52PM
Crown Princess Mary and her husband Crown Prince Frederik of Denmark have been greeted by a cheering crowd at Bondi, where they are touring the Sculpture by the Sea exhibition.
The royal couple waved and smiled at the enthusiastic crowd as they were greeted by NSW Premier Barry O'Farrell and his wife Rosemary.
Two children from Bronte Public School presented the Princess with flowers.
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Denmark's Crown Princess Mary and Prince Frederik visit the Sculpture by The Sea Exhibition at Tamarama Beach. Photo: Lee Besford
The couple were casually dressed for the humid weather, with Princess Mary wearing a cream sleeveless shirt, a white pencil skirt and orange pumps.
Her hair was tied back in a ponytail and she had a broad brimmed hat on hand to protect her from the sun.
Prince Frederik sported a pair of tan chinos and a blue shirt open at the collar.
Denmark's Crown Princess Mary and Prince Frederik (at right) with Rosemary O'Farrell and NSW Premier Barry O'Farrell. Photo: Lee Besford
There was no sign of their 10-month-old twins, Prince Vincent and Princess Josephine.
Security was tight at Marks Park where the couple looked at Sculpture by the Sea exhibits, watched on by hundreds of onlookers.
They shook hands with several people in the crowd, some of whom cried "welcome to Australia".
A mother-of-four herself, Princess Mary paused to admire a baby being held by her mother, Emma Lynch from Maroubra.
Eight-month-old Maddison Lynch gurgled happily as the princess rubbed her back.
Ms Lynch said she was "shaking" after the encounter.
"She's so beautiful, just a lovely person," Ms Lynch told reporters.
The couple examined some of the sculptures, including a work by Danish sculptor Keld Moseholm, and a work titled Who Left The Tap Running by Simon McGrath, one of the favourites to win the People's Choice award which will be presented by the Royal couple later today.
It's a formal engagement with a hint of romance for the couple, who visited the exhibition when they were first dating over ten years ago.
Their enthusiasm resulted in the creation of the first overseas Sculpture by the Sea in Aarhus, Denmark.
They will also present the Children's Choice awards.
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