Crown Princess Mary and her family share intimate holiday photos of their time at a safari park

Crown Princess Mary of Denmark, 46, and her husband of 14-years Prince Frederik, 50, whisked their four children away on a sailing trip (Josephine and Vincent Pictured)

During the summer holidays it's a good chance for families to catch up over outdoor activities.

And it would seem the Danish royals are no different, with Crown Princess Mary of Denmark, 46, and her husband of 14-years Prince Frederik, 50, whisking their four children away on a spontaneous summer adventure.

It's no surprise they chose to spend time on the water as the crown prince is an avid sailor – even visiting Sydney last year to ride on famed boat Wild Oats in the Big Boat Challenge.

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Crown Princess Mary of Denmark, 46, and her husband of 14-years Prince Frederik, 50, whisked their four children away on a sailing trip (Josephine and Vincent Pictured)

Crown Princess Mary of Denmark, 46, and her husband of 14-years Prince Frederik, 50, whisked their four children away on a sailing trip (Josephine and Vincent Pictured)

The small tribe are perched on an old wooden bench facing the ocean (L-R Isabella, Vincent, Christian and Josephine)

The small tribe are perched on an old wooden bench facing the ocean (L-R Isabella, Vincent, Christian and Josephine)

The small tribe are perched on an old wooden bench facing the ocean (L-R Isabella, Vincent, Christian and Josephine)

Their adorable children Prince Christian, 12, Princess Isabella, 11, and seven-year-old twins Prince Vincent and Princess Josephine looked ready for an adventurous day at their casual shorts and t-shirt in newly released photos captured by their mother.

The small tribe are perched on an old wooden bench facing the ocean before young Prince Vincent uses some binoculars to get a better view.

The following day took some time to explore Knuthenborg Safari Park, which is the largest safari reserve in Northern Europe.

Is that a dolphin out there? Prince Vincent uses some binoculars to get a better view

Is that a dolphin out there? Prince Vincent uses some binoculars to get a better view

Is that a dolphin out there? Prince Vincent uses some binoculars to get a better view

The future King of Denmark is a huge fan of sailing, even visiting Sydney last year to ride on Wild Oats

The future King of Denmark is a huge fan of sailing, even visiting Sydney last year to ride on Wild Oats

The future King of Denmark is a huge fan of sailing, even visiting Sydney last year to ride on Wild Oats

Princess Josephine, known for her cheeky poses during formal events, was decidedly calm next to a friendly lemur, reaching out her hand with food.

Her mother posed alongside a giraffe while her father sat beneath a giant dinosaur statue, smiling broadly.

Meanwhile Princess Isabella also held out her hands for a group of lemurs to feed off while her brother's explored a dinosaur museum.

Princess Josephine, known for her cheeky poses during formal events, was decidedly calm next to a friendly lemur, reaching out her hand with food

Princess Josephine, known for her cheeky poses during formal events, was decidedly calm next to a friendly lemur, reaching out her hand with food

Princess Josephine, known for her cheeky poses during formal events, was decidedly calm next to a friendly lemur, reaching out her hand with food

Her mother posed alongside a giraffe while her father sat beneath a giant dinosaur statue, smiling broadly

Her mother posed alongside a giraffe while her father sat beneath a giant dinosaur statue, smiling broadly

Her mother posed alongside a giraffe while her father sat beneath a giant dinosaur statue, smiling broadly

Her mother posed alongside a giraffe while her father sat beneath a giant dinosaur statue, smiling broadly

Her mother posed alongside a giraffe while her father sat beneath a giant dinosaur statue, smiling broadly

What big teeth you have! Prince Vincent stands next to a skull in the safari park

What big teeth you have! Prince Vincent stands next to a skull in the safari park

What big teeth you have! Prince Vincent stands next to a skull in the safari park

The Danish Royals have been spending a number of weeks staying in the Gråsten Palace with Queen Margrethe, enjoying the sunny weather.

But when was she attended a fashion show in København.

The Australian-born royal sat cross legged with her pink dress raised above the knee as she watched students showcase their designs at the Kolding Design School and the Royal Danish Academy of Fine Arts joint show Future of Fashion.

Meanwhile Princess Isabella - wearing a top emblazoned with the words 'ciao bella' - also held out her hands for a group of lemurs to feed off while her brother's explored a dinosaur museum

Meanwhile Princess Isabella - wearing a top emblazoned with the words 'ciao bella' - also held out her hands for a group of lemurs to feed off while her brother's explored a dinosaur museum

Meanwhile Princess Isabella – wearing a top emblazoned with the words 'ciao bella' – also held out her hands for a group of lemurs to feed off while her brother's explored a dinosaur museum

The Danish Royals have been spending a number of weeks staying in the Gråsten Palace with Queen Margrethe, enjoying the sunny weather (Princes Vincent and Christian Pictured)

The Danish Royals have been spending a number of weeks staying in the Gråsten Palace with Queen Margrethe, enjoying the sunny weather (Princes Vincent and Christian Pictured)

The Danish Royals have been spending a number of weeks staying in the Gråsten Palace with Queen Margrethe, enjoying the sunny weather (Princes Vincent and Christian Pictured)

Ever-looking Mary looked right at home on the front row, and later mingled with supermodel Naomi Campbell, 48, at the Fashion Fair in Copenhagen.

Initially Mary looked every inch of the royal in her dress, which featured a respectable high neck and had a floor-sweeping length.

However, it was when she sat down and pulled the dress above her golden tanned knees that she cut a more daring figure.

She flaunted her bronzed pins at the Kolding Design School and the Royal Danish Academy of Fine Arts Design School's joint show Future of Fashion (pictured)

She flaunted her bronzed pins at the Kolding Design School and the Royal Danish Academy of Fine Arts Design School's joint show Future of Fashion (pictured)

She flaunted her bronzed pins at the Kolding Design School and the Royal Danish Academy of Fine Arts Design School's joint show Future of Fashion (pictured)

Sitting in the front row, Australian born Mary had pulled her long dress up above her knees (pictured)

Sitting in the front row, Australian born Mary had pulled her long dress up above her knees (pictured)

Sitting in the front row, Australian born Mary had pulled her long dress up above her knees (pictured)

As she watched the models strut up and down the runway, Mary sat cross legged with her pins on show.

The dress was a feminine powder pink which had a purple floral pattern and long sleeves.

She wore it with a chunky purple belt and matching pink stilettos, ensuring she fitted right in with the fashionable crowd.

The royal appeared to be moving the long dress to stop it from dragging on the floor (pictured)

The royal appeared to be moving the long dress to stop it from dragging on the floor (pictured)

The royal appeared to be moving the long dress to stop it from dragging on the floor (pictured)

Later she attended the Fashion Fair in Copenhagen where she mingled with supermodel Naomi Campbell (pictured)

Later she attended the Fashion Fair in Copenhagen where she mingled with supermodel Naomi Campbell (pictured)

Later she attended the Fashion Fair in Copenhagen where she mingled with supermodel Naomi Campbell (pictured)

Later on that day she attended the Fashion Fair in Copenhagen, of which she is a patron.

The annual event sees upcoming designers showcase their clothes in displays and fashion shows.

At the event she posed for photos with Ms Campbell, who looked casual in a sheer vest over a bright red bra.

he two women posed with bright yellow flowers, a symbol of this year's event (pictured)

he two women posed with bright yellow flowers, a symbol of this year's event (pictured)

he two women posed with bright yellow flowers, a symbol of this year's event (pictured)

The two women posed with bright yellow flowers, symbol of this year's event.

They seemed to be enjoying each other's company, as the model threw her head back in laughter as they chatted.

Princess Mary is married to Frederik, Prince Crown of Denmark, the heir apparent to the Danish throne.

Initially Mary looked every inch of the royal in her dress, which featured a respectable high neck and had a floor-sweeping length (pictured arriving at the Academy)

Initially Mary looked every inch of the royal in her dress, which featured a respectable high neck and had a floor-sweeping length (pictured arriving at the Academy)

Initially Mary looked every inch of the royal in her dress, which featured a respectable high neck and had a floor-sweeping length (pictured arriving at the Academy)

The love story between Princess Mary and Prince Frederick has been well documented; the couple met in a Sydney bar and Mary, born in Tasmania, moved to the northern hemisphere to be with Frederik.

In December, in a candid interview with Australian Women's Weekly, the Crown Princess revealed that moving to the other side of the world was difficult.

She said: 'I did experience a feeling of loneliness – short-term – when I first moved to Denmark,' she told the magazine.

'Moving to Denmark was a huge change in my life – a new culture, new language, new friends, and another way of life.

'So, I see it as natural that at times I felt quite alone or a little bit like I was on the outside looking in.'

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