Princess Mary and her husband, Prince Frederik, had a busy schedule in Sydney yesterday, after arriving in Australia on Saturday for a six-day visit. It’s the first time Mary has been back in the country since giving birth to her twins, Prince Vincent and Princess Josephine, who are 10-months-old and joined their parents on the trip! (The couple’s elder children, Prince Christian and Princess Isabella, didn’t accompany them.) As part of their Sunday in Sydney, Mary and Frederik visited Sculptures by the Sea along Bondi Beach, then headed to Customs House for an urban sustainability conference, where they trialled exercise bikes that are able to make smoothies. After a barbeque with 400 guests at Sydney Harbour, Mary and Frederik were reunited with their kids, and the family posed on the steps of Admiralty House with Governor-General Quentin Bryce as the twins held onto koala and kangaroo plush toys.
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