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Crown Princess Mary leads the cheerleaders at the Handball World Championships final


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Give them a hand, Princess Mary: Tasmania-born Danish royal leads the cheerleaders at the Handball World Championships final

  • Danish royal family were spotted cheering at Handball final in Herning, Denmark
  • Princess Mary enthusiastically clapped from stands with three of her children 
  • Family, including Crown Prince Frederik, all wore something red like team’s kit
  • Crown Princess and her daughter Princess Isabella, 11, wore matching hair clips 

The Danish royal family passionately cheered on their national Handball team from the stands at the World Championship final against Norway today.

Tasmania-born Crown Princess Mary, 46, lead the cheerleaders, enthusiastically clapping for the players, as they achieved an impressive 31-22 win. 

Princess Isabella, 11, and Princes Christian, 13, and Vincent, eight, also joined in the celebrations however the youngest Princess Josephine wasn’t seen at the event.

Crown Princess Mary clapped and cheered with her family, pictured Prince Vincent, Princess Isabella and Crown Prince Frederik, at the Handball World Championship final today

The Tasmania-born Danish royal crossed her arms and smiled as her family enjoyed the game in Herning, Denmark. Pictured left is 13-year-old Prince Christian

The Tasmania-born Danish royal crossed her arms and smiled as her family enjoyed the game in Herning, Denmark. Pictured left is 13-year-old Prince Christian

Princess Isabella, 11, pictured right, reaches into her popcorn for a snack as her mother Crown Princess Mary claps  and her two brothers watch the game today

Princess Isabella, 11, pictured right, reaches into her popcorn for a snack as her mother Crown Princess Mary claps and her two brothers watch the game today

Donning a stylish red silk shirt and white scarf with a pair of black trousers, Crown Princess Mary was all smiles as she watched the Danish team lift the trophy.

With her hair clipped back behind one ear, just like her daughter Princess Isabella, she laughed and encouraged her children to join in the festivities.

All of the Danish royals’ outfits complimented each other – and the red colour kits of the handball players – with each member of the family wearing something red.

Princess Isabella sported a red top under a navy blue jacket while her older brother Prince Christian wore a navy jacket with a prominent red stripe on the front. 

The Crown Princess strides down the red carpet at the area behind her son Prince Vincent

The Crown Princess strides down the red carpet at the area behind her son Prince Vincent

Crown Prince Frederik wraps an arm around Princess Isabella as Prince Christian and Prince Vincent follow behind them at the area. Each person wore something red to the Handball game

Crown Prince Frederik wraps an arm around Princess Isabella as Prince Christian and Prince Vincent follow behind them at the area. Each person wore something red to the Handball game

When arriving at the Jyske bank Boxen arena in Herning, Denmark, today the well-presented family walked down a red carpet.

Crown Princess Mary was seen carrying a brown leather handbag as her husband wrapped an arm around a smiling Princess Isabella.  

The family-of-six were pictured just after Christmas at a church service at Aarhus Catheral.

The mother-of-four opted for a scarlet coloured coat at this outing as well, and her children were equally wrapped up from the winter cold in thick jackets and boots.

One of Denmark's players lift the trophy after winning the  Championship final match today

One of Denmark’s players lift the trophy after winning the Championship final match today

Crown Prince Frederik of Denmark, centre, embrace Casper U. Mortensen next to the IHF's President Dr. Hassan Moustafa after the Men's IHF Handball World Championship today

Crown Prince Frederik of Denmark, centre, embrace Casper U. Mortensen next to the IHF’s President Dr. Hassan Moustafa after the Men’s IHF Handball World Championship today

Also in attendance was Queen Margrethe who typically arrives in Aarhus for the festive season on December 21.

Crown Princess Mary met her husband Prince Frederik at a pub in Sydney while he was visiting Australia for the Olympics in 2000.

The future King married the Princess Mary, who was born in Hobart, Tasmania, on May 14, 2004, in a fairytale royal wedding in Copenhagen. 

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