Princess Mary, 49, shows off incredible beach body during family vacation in Skagen, Denmark

The future King and Queen of Denmark showed off their incredible beach bodies on Thursday during a family day out at their favorite inland holiday destination.

Princess Mary, 49, and Prince Frederik, 53, looked age-defying as they swam in the ocean with their youngest children, 10-year-old twins Prince Vincent and Princess Josephine, at Skagen, a seaside town on the country’s northern tip. .

Born Mary Donaldson in Hobart, Tasmania, the Crown Princess was reminiscent of a Bond girl when she emerged from the water in a leopard print one-piece with a plunging neckline.

Her husband of 17, who will ascend the throne upon the death or abdication of his mother, Queen Margrethe, 81, looked equally slim as he walked topless through the sand with the family’s dog, Grace, in tow.

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Princess Mary looked like a Bond girl, she emerged from the water in Skagen, Northern Denmark, in a leopard print one-piece with a plunging neckline

Prince Frederick looked just as slim as he walked topless through the sand with the family's dog, Grace, in tow

Prince Frederick looked just as slim as he walked topless through the sand with the family’s dog, Grace, in tow

The royals have vacationed in Skagen during the pandemic, proving that they are just like the rest of us by to post cozy Instagram photos from their living room and avoiding overseas travel in favor of family’staycations’ along the coast of Denmark.

After cooling off from the hot summer heat, Mary put on sports clothes and ran across the sand, playing with Grace.

The mother of four was also seen strolling along the shore with her youngest daughter, Princess Josephine, and standing on the sand next to her son, Prince Vincent.

There was no trace of the couple’s eldest children, Prince Christian, 15, or Princess Isabella, 14, who could have stayed at Fredensborg Palace, where the family moves every year for the summer.

The 49-year-old mum of four looked age-defying as she dried off after a dip in the ocean

The 49-year-old mum of four looked age-defying as she dried off after a dip in the ocean

After cooling off from the hot summer heat, Mary changed into sportswear

The princess ran through the sand and played with Grace as she went

After cooling off from the hot summer heat, Mary put on sports clothes and ran across the sand, playing with Grace.

Denmark's queen-in-waiting was also seen strolling along the coast with her youngest daughter, Princess Josephine, 10

Denmark’s queen-in-waiting was also seen strolling along the coast with her youngest daughter, Princess Josephine, 10″

The Crown Prince couple are on holiday with their 10-year-old twins, Prince Vincent (left) and Princess Josephine (right), but there is no sign of their eldest children, Prince Christian, 15, or Princess Isabella, 14

The Crown Prince couple are on holiday with their 10-year-old twins, Prince Vincent (left) and Princess Josephine (right), but there is no sign of their eldest children, Prince Christian, 15, or Princess Isabella, 14

Prince Frederik gave daughter Princess Josephine surf lessons

Prince Frederik gave daughter Princess Josephine surf lessons

The relaxing journey comes weeks after Mary flew to Paris, France, for a conference on gender equality.

Denmark’s queen-in-waiting radiated elegance in a black and white polka dot midi dress as she posed for photos on the red carpet outside the event.

The Australian-born royal – who wore a protective face mask to comply with Covid guidelines – was a vision in the dress, with large gold buttons down the center and across the waist.

Despite covering much of her face with a mask, the princess looked visibly youthful as she enhanced her features with just a touch of makeup.

The relaxing trip to Skagen comes weeks after Mary flew to Paris for a gender equality conference, where she radiated elegance in this polka-dot midi dress.

The relaxing trip to Skagen comes weeks after Mary flew to Paris for a gender equality conference, where she radiated elegance in this polka-dot midi dress.

She wore her hair in a wavy style and adorned with a pair of pearl earrings.

Princess Mary is a longtime advocate for gender equality, once saying that it is ‘the single most important thing we can strive for to make our world a better place’.

Between raising her children and appearing at diplomatic events, the princess has worked tirelessly to prove her devotion to charity, becoming the patroness of more than 25 international organizations.

Mary’s patronages include the World Health Organization’s Regional Office for Europe and the United Nations Population Fund, where she supports their work to promote maternal health in more than 150 developing countries.

The Australian-born royal was visionary in the polka dot dress, with large gold buttons down the center and across the waist

The Australian-born royal was visionary in the polka dot dress, with large gold buttons down the center and across the waist

In 2007 she launched Maria Foundation, a charity dedicated to eradicating domestic violence, bullying and loneliness.

Each year, The Mary Foundation distributes 2,000 backpacks to children in shelters with their mothers in Denmark, the Faroe Islands and Greenland.

In November 2014, the Tasmanian-born princess in Berlin received the prestigious Bambi Charity Award, which honored her work against domestic violence.

“I accept this Bambi as a torch of hope for any girl who lives with violence or fear of violence,” said Princess Mary in her acceptance speech.

Crown Princess Mary has worked tirelessly to prove her dedication to charity, becoming patroness of some 25 international organizations

The princess is a frequent speaker on gender equality forums and is a passionate advocate for the rights of marginalized women and children

The princess is a frequent speaker on gender equality forums and is a passionate advocate for the rights of marginalized women and children

Other organizations focused on women and children that have named Princess Mary as their patron include the Alannah and Madeline Foundation, the Children’s Aid Foundation, and the Royal Danish Academy of Music Children’s Choir.

A woman of many talents, Mary is equally at home promoting Denmark on the world stage, visiting hospitals in Ethiopia, playing soccer in the rain with schoolchildren and participating in muddy military exercises.

In March 2019, the princess was appointed captain of the Danish Home Guard under the proud gaze of Queen Margrethe.

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