On May 14, 2004, all eyes were on Copenhagen as Mary Donaldson, an account manager from Tasmania, became Mary, Crown Princess of Denmark. It was a magical day when Mary, in a dress by Danish designer Uffe Frank, walked down the aisle of Copenhagen Cathedral to meet her soon-to-be husband, Frederik, Crown Prince of Denmark. She had a small bridal party, just her two sisters and friend Amber Petty, and the whole cathedral smelt of roses. It was a day that inevitably changed her life, and a day that created a bond between Australia and Denmark that hadn't existed before.
Mary and Frederik celebrated 11 years of marriage earlier this year. It's a partnership that has produced four beautiful children, including a set of twins, and has seen them become among the most-loved royals in Europe. It also inspired a telemovie! Mary: The Making of a Princess aired on Network Ten on Sunday night and portrayed Mary and Frederik's relationship, but it cut off right before the nuptials. For the perfect royal wedding fix we're taking a look back at Mary and Frederik's big day.