Crown courtside! Princess Mary of Denmark attends NBL match on Boxing Day in Tasmania
Crown Princess Mary of Denmark looked effortlessly stylish as she sat courtside at a NBL match on Boxing Day.
The Australian-born royal, 50, has been spending Christmas with her family in her home Tasmania.
The mother-of-four was spotted with her husband Prince Frederik at the match between Tasmania JackJumpers and New Zealand Breakers at MyState Bank Arena in Hobart.
Sporting a JackJumpers scarf over a chic white blazer, she enthusiastically cheered the team on to their first point chanting ‘March, march, march’ with the crowd from a corporate box.
Crown Princess Mary of Denmark (pictured) has been pictured during the round 12 NBL match between Tasmania JackJumpers and New Zealand Breakers
She kept her brown tresses loose and opted for statement gold hoops and bangles, whilst holding on to a Jackjumpers hand clopper noisemaker.
The royal couple were pictured deep in conversation during the round 12 NBL game, where Prince Frederik opted for a loud patterned black jack, with splashes and khaki and red.
The Princess is enjoying a summer holiday in Tasmania with her Hobart-based family for the first time in five years.
She shared a family photo to Instagram on 23 December of her sat beaming next to her husband and their children Christian, 17, Isabella, 15 and twins Vincent and Josephine, 11, as they sat in front of an incredible view of Hobart.
The Australian-born royal, 50, wore a JackJumpers scarf over a chic white blazer, and held a JackJumpers noisemaker
Crown Princess Mary was joined her husband Prince Frederik in the corporate box at MyState Bank Arena
The royal was seen enthusiastically cheering on her home team during the Boxing Day match
‘Merry Christmas from “Down Under” – where we celebrate Christmas in Tasmania,’ the post read.
‘Here it is neither frostbite nor just trees but summer and warm weather.’
The Hobart-born royal looked stunning in a summery dress from Australian designer Zimmermann.
Princess Mary arrived at Hobart airport alone on morning of the 22nd December and has been spending Christmas in Tasmania with her immediate and extended family.
It is understood the family have been staying at Government House in Hobart – as they did on their previous visit – and spent Christmas Day with Mary’s family.
Princess Mary and Prince Frederik have been celebrating Christmas in Australia with Mary’s family for the first time in five years
The Princess is enjoying a summer holiday in Tasmania with her Hobart-based family for the first time in five years
Mary kept her brown tresses loose, showing off her statement gold earrings. While her makeup was natural
The royal couple looking engrossed in the NBL game as they support Mary’s home team Tasmania JackJumpers
Crown Princess Mary of Denmark shared a sweet family snap of her husband Crown Prince Frederik and their four children (pictured) as they spend Christmas with family in Hobart
The visit to Australia is a private trip, which means the Princess and Prince are not in the country in an official capacity and have no public events scheduled for their stay.
A statement from the royal household read: ‘In December, the Crown Prince’s family will travel on a private Christmas holiday in Australia to celebrate the holiday with HRH the Crown Princess’s family.
‘It has been five years since the Crown Prince coupled together with their four children last visited the Crown Princess’s homeland.’
Since marrying Prince Frederik in 2004, the Princess has been on four royal visits to Australia but has visited her home country at least nine times.
Princess Mary last visited Australia last year for a ‘secret’ solo trip to celebrate her 50th birthday.
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