Prince Harry arrived in Copenhagen today as he kicked off his first official visit to Denmark.
The royal, 33, will spend two days in the Danish capital on the visit, which is being made at the request of the Foreign and Commonwealth Office.
It follows visits by the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge to France, Germany and Poland earlier this year, which were seen as a way to drum up some good feeling towards the UK amid the all-important Brexit negotiations.
Harry’s first engagement today was an audience with Denmark’s Queen Margrethe, 77, at the Palace of Amalienborg.
Royal welcome: Prince Harry at an audience with Queen Margrethe of Denmark at the Palace of Amalienborg, Copenhagen, today. Harry is kicking off a two-day tour of Denmark
Winning smile: Harry will spend two days in the Danish capital on the visit, made at the request of the Foreign and Commonwealth Office and follows European trips by William and Kate
Opulent: The prince, 33, met Queen Margrethe in the grand Palace of Amalienborg
The royals looked relaxed in each other’s company as they posed for photos in one of the palace’s grand reception rooms.
While in Denmark Harry is due to spend time with young people and meet veterans including the Danish Invictus Games team.
He started the trip on Wednesday by visiting the Palace of Amalienborg for an audience with Queen Margrethe of Denmark, who he is related to through his grandfather the Duke of Edinburgh.
Relaxed: Prince Harry and Queen Margrethe chatted as they posed for photographs
Busy schedule: Harry has a number of engagements planned while in Denmark this week
Harry is then due to visit KPH Projects, which acts as a community for start-ups and small-growing businesses, before going on to the headquarters of GAME, an organisation which aims to create social change through youth-led streets sports and culture, where he will meet young volunteers who act as peer educators.
On Wednesday evening Harry will attend a reception at the Tivoli Gardens, one of the world’s oldest amusement parks.
On Thursday Harry is due to meet volunteers and service users from a national campaign to improve attitudes to mental health.
He will then join Prince Joachim to visit a project which supports veterans of the Danish armed forces before visiting the Orestad Gymnasium school.
The trip to Denmark is the latest in a series of European trips made by the royal family this year, following last year’s Brexit vote.
The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge visited France in March, Kate made a solo trip to Luxembourg in May, and in July the couple toured Germany and Poland.
The Prince of Wales toured Romania in the spring and, with the Duchess of Cornwall, visited Italy and Austria.