Princess Mary and Prince Frederik continued their Australian tour by making their way to Melbourne yesterday. It was the first of four days they were planning to spend in Victoria, coming after brief visits to Sydney and Canberra. The Danish royals were greeted by seven-year-old Catherine Babie from Adelaide, who presented the princess with a bouquet of flowers. As part of their Melbourne itinerary, Mary and Frederik visited furniture retailer Corporate Culture and Cult, and then Mary was solo for another cooking demonstration with Matt Moran and Danish chef Rasmus Kofoed at the Hotel Sofitel. Later in the evening, the couple attended a business delegation dinner at Denmark House, where Mary changed out of her white suit into a blush-toned dress. There are just a few days left of Mary and Frederik’s official tour — they’ll head to Broken Hill and have another day in Melbourne — before they take their 10-month-old twins Prince Vincent and Princess Josephine to see family.
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