Why The Danish Royal Kids Are All Of Us At Our Parents' Parties
They're every kid in the world. And we love them.
If you have a soft spot for the Danish royals, then you will be aware that our own Aussie Princess Mary of Denmark and her husband Crown Prince Frederik have just taken a trip to the Faroe Islands, an archipelago between Iceland and Norway in the North Atlantic Ocean, which is part of Denmark and therefore they totally rule there.
Mary's kids -- Prince Christian, 12, Princess Isabella, 11, and twins Prince Vincent and Princess Josephine, seven -- have joined their parents on the trip, and just like any children, they've had their highs and lows as they hang out with mum and dad.
Not because of the holiday outfit -- the national dress of the area -- no, that is awesome. The traditional garb includes hats and waistcoats for males and bonnets and capes for girls and all four kids and their parents looked comfortable and chic in the designs.
It was more that they had to attend a reception where they had to do some traditional dancing -- and how can we put this -- it seemed the kids maybe just found the whole thing a little tiresome, and a little hilarious.
In an Instagram story posted by the royals themselves, Isabella and Christian can be seen trying not to laugh as they attempt to take part in the traditional dance.
And they are all of us who has ever had to go to one of our parents' parties.
It's just heaven.
The whole family have taken part in a four day visit to the Islands, arriving by boat from Copenhagen, and they undertook a heap of official engagements while visiting the capital Torshavn -- attending banquets, visiting schools, farmhouses, community centres and craft workshops.
And posing, of course, for numerous photo calls.
And it's so nice to see that while they can shake hands and wave like the best of the royals, these kids are just like any of us after all...
Feature image: Instagram/detdanskekongehus