Prince Christian of Denmark was photographed on Saturday at his confirmation at Fredensborg Palace Church, in Fredensborg, Denmark.
The 15-year-old and oldest child of Crown Prince Frederik and Crown Princess Mary looked sharp in a crisp white shirt, tailored blue suit, matching vest and tie.
Flanked by security and passers-by, the royals made their way to the church entrance where they happily posed for photos with Queen Margrethe.
A royal affair! Danish Crown Prince Frederik (far left) and Princess Mary (far right) posed for photos Saturday with Queen Margrethe (center) at the confirmation of son Prince Christian at Fredensborg Palace Church, in Fredensborg, Denmark
Crown Prince Frederik, 52, carved a polished figure in a white shirt, deep blue jacket, trousers and matching waistcoat, with a patterned tie and black dress shoes.
He beamed at photos as he stood next to Prince Christian, who waved to fans.
Queen Margrethe, 81, looked elegant in a coral colored dress, a matching wizard, pearl jewelry and pumps.
Polished: Prince Christian (pictured next to Crown Prince Frederik), 15, looked sharp in a crisp white shirt, tailored blue suit, matching vest and tie
Family: Her youngest children, Prince Vincent (center), 10, and Princess Isabella, (alongside Prince Vincent), 14, and Josephine, 10, were Crown Princess Mary, 49
Elegant: Crown Princess Mary wore a blue patterned dress with billowing sleeves and nude pointed-toe heels. Also depicted is Princess Josephine
Crown Princess Mary, 49, kept a close eye on her youngest children, Prince Vincent, 10, and Princesses Isabella, 14, and Josephine, 10.
She wore a blue patterned dress, billowing sleeves and elegant nude heels.
The confirmation was a private ceremony with only 25 guests and was chaired by the royal confessor, Bishop Henrik Wigh-Poulsen.
Crown Prince Frederik was confirmed in the same church 40 years ago.
Beautiful: Crown Princess Mary swept her brunette locks into a chic ponytail, accessorizing with a delicate fascinator
Sophisticated: Queen Margrethe (pictured above), 81, looked elegant in a coral-colored dress, a matching wizard, pearl jewelry and pumps
Ceremony: The Confirmation was a private ceremony with only 25 guests and chaired by the Royal Confessor, Bishop Henrik Wigh-Poulsen
Proud Parents: Crown Prince Frederik and Crown Princess Mary were loving parents
Prince Christian’s confirmation was supposed to take place last year, but was delayed due to the coronavirus pandemic.
The palace announced in March that the confirmation would take place in May.
His Royal Highness Prince Christian will be confirmed at Fredensborg Castle Church. The confirmation will take place at 3 p.m. by the royal confessor, Bishop Henrik Wigh-Poulsen, ‘the statement read.
“The confirmation is then celebrated privately regarding the restrictions in place.”
Postponed: Prince Christian’s confirmation was set to take place last year, but was postponed due to the coronavirus pandemic
Announcement: The palace announced in March that the confirmation would take place in May