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Princess Mary of Denmark tells royal fan that she does not share photos or signatures

A royal fan who sent a birthday card to Crown Princess Mary of Denmark was stunned by an answer and said the future queen does not share signatures or photos.

Post on Instagram, royal enthusiast Katherine from Germany, who has been running an Instagram account since June 2019 documenting her correspondence with royal, shared a photo of a “strange” response she received from the Danish household.

The answer was: “Her Royal Highness does not meet requests for signatures or photos on principle grounds.”

Katherine wrote katsroyalletters on her account: “Strange answer from the Danish royal family. I did not request a signature or a photo. “

Crown Princess Mary of Denmark said that she does not share signatures or photos with fans on “basics”

After receiving a birthday card from German royal blogger Katherine, it was revealed that Crown Princess Mary of Denmark does not share signatures or photos with fans

After receiving a birthday card from German royal blogger Katherine, it was revealed that Crown Princess Mary of Denmark does not share signatures or photos with fans

After receiving a birthday card from German royal blogger Katherine, it was revealed that Crown Princess Mary of Denmark does not share signatures or photos with fans

The Instagram user, who has been managing the katsroyalletters Instagram account since June 2019, said she did not ask for a signature or photo

The Instagram user, who has been managing the katsroyalletters Instagram account since June 2019, said she did not ask for a signature or photo

The Instagram user, who has been managing the katsroyalletters Instagram account since June 2019, said she did not ask for a signature or photo

Katherine had written to Crown Princess Mary of Denmark to wish her all the best on her 48th birthday, which fell on February 5.

“I sent a card on the occasion of Crown Princess Mary’s birthday and got it back,” she explained.

“I didn’t ask for a signature or a photo (I never do that except the one time I wrote a letter to Sarah, Duchess of York). Weird …. “

The letter, sent from the Amalienborg Palace in Copenhagen, read: “Thank you for your interest in your letter to Her Royal Highness The Crown Princess.

The Australian-born royal woman recently celebrated her 48th birthday by releasing a new portrait of herself over a navy-blue wrap dress from Issa London.

The Australian-born royal woman recently celebrated her 48th birthday by releasing a new portrait of herself over a navy-blue wrap dress from Issa London.

The Australian-born royal woman recently celebrated her 48th birthday by releasing a new portrait of herself over a navy-blue wrap dress from Issa London.

“Her Royal Highness, however, does not meet requests for signatures or photos on principle grounds.”

The royal household of Denmark marked the birthday of the mother of four by releasing a new portrait of her in a navy blue wrap dress from Issa London, very similar to the one Kate Middleton wore for her engagement photos.

The portrait, which also showed the royal sporting diamond earrings with aquamarine diamonds and a necklace by Orit Elhanati, was taken by the Copenhagen-based photographer Daniel Stjerne.

The stunning image was later shared at the palace Instagram page with the caption: “Her Royal Majesty the Crown Princess is having her birthday and will be 48 today.”

The princess (with husband Prince Frederick and children) is mother of Prince Christian, 14, princess Isabella, 12, prince Vincent, nine, and princess Josephine, also nine

The princess (with husband Prince Frederick and children) is mother of Prince Christian, 14, princess Isabella, 12, prince Vincent, nine, and princess Josephine, also nine

The princess (with husband Prince Frederick and children) is mother of Prince Christian, 14, Princess Isabella, 12, Prince Vincent, nine, and Princess Josephine, also nine

Later in the day, the royal, who is the mother of Prince Christian, 14, Princess Isabella, 12, Prince Vincent, nine, and Princess Josephine, also nine, was seen on the slopes in Verbier with husband Crown Prince Frederik and friends.

Prince Frederick met Mary, who was born in Tasmania, for the first time in a bar in Sydney before deciding to move to the northern hemisphere to be with the Danish royal family.

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 experienced a sense of loneliness – in the 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 a different way of life.”

“So I see it as very natural that I sometimes felt very alone or a bit like being outside and looking inside.”

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