Princess Mary moves to Switzerland with her kids

Sarah Carty
Senior Lifestyle & Entertainment Producer

The Danish royal family have posed in front of the Swiss Alps, as Princess Mary’s three-month stint in the country with her young children officially begins. 

The Tasmanian-born Crown Princess of Denmark will reside in the country with her four children, Prince Christian, Princess Josephine, Princess Isabella and Prince Vincent while they attend boarding school. 

Princess Mary and her family have posed from the Swiss Alps. Photo: Instagram/@detdanskekongehus
Prince Christian, Princess Josephine, Princess Isabella and Prince Vincent will attend school in Switzerland for three months. Photo: Instagram

Over the course of 12 weeks, the royal kids will attend the Lemania-Verbier International School and while Mary will stay with the children throughout their stint, their father, Prince Frederik will visit them in between his royal duties. 

In the adorable photos, the royal children can be seen wearing their uniform and a pair of snow boots, with a beautiful sunset visible in the background. 

"With the school stay, the Crown Prince couple wants to give their children a common experience in an international environment,” the caption on the photo read on the Danish royal family’s Instagram. 

The children usually attend Tranegårdsskolen school in Denmark. 

Princess Mary’s message of support to bushfire victims

The new photo comes just days after Princess Mary wrote a letter addressed to Australian Prime Minister Scott Morrison, giving her support to Australia as the bushfires rage on. 

Princess Mary and Prince Frederik sent a letter of support to Australia amid the bushfire crisis. Photo: Getty Images

"In this time of great hardship caused by the ruthless bushfires, my husband and I would like to convey our warmest wishes to the Australian people as we enter a new year," the letter began.

"Our heartfelt condolences to the families who have lost loved ones and our deepest sympathy to the many families who have lost their homes – their livelihoods.

"When the immediate crisis subsides and people can begin to return from where they have fled, our thoughts and concerns will remain with the affected local communities, as it will undoubtedly take great efforts and time for them to rebuild what has been lost.”

She also revealed “the courage and unyielding efforts of the volunteer firefighters have our deepest respect and admiration.”

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