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In pictures: Princess Mary comes home
Prince Frederik and Princess Mary of Denmark walk down the steps of the Sydney Opera House in Sydney, Monday, March 7, 2005.
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Denmark's Princess Mary, who is from Australia, is back in her native country for an official tour with her husband, Prince Frederik.
Denmark's Crown Princess Frederik (obscured) and his Australian-born wife, Crown Princess Mary Donaldson (2nd L) meet well-wishers upon their arrival in Canberra
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They were greeted by a cheering crowd of about 2,000 well-wishers during a visit to Canberra on Tuesday.
Princess Mary of Denmark waves to crowds on the steps of the Sydney Opera House after she and husband Prince Frederick presented the Hans Christian Anderson awards in Sydney on Monday March 7, 2005.
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Princess Mary, who used to be an estate agent, has drawn particular attention.
Crown Prince Frederik, left, and Crown Princess Mary arrive at Boomerang House in Sydney for a charity dinner on Saturday March 5, 2005.
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The couple have been attending gala dinners...
Denmark's Princess Mary reads 'The Ugly Duckling,' a Hans Christian Andersen fairytale, to ill children during a visit to Westmead children's hospital in Sydney on Saturday March 5, 2005.
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... and Princess Mary has even been reading fairy tales to sick children in Sydney.
Crown Princess Mary of Denmark receives a kiss from her husband Crown Prince Frederick during the announcement of the Hans Christian Anderson Ambassadors at the Opera House on March 7, 2005 in Sydney
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The couple, who married in Copenhagen last May, will end their trip with a private family holiday in Princess Mary's home state of Tasmania.


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