Home Australia There is! Queen Mary of Denmark looks cheerful in nautical stripes as she takes a solo stroll during the royal tour of Oslo, after an “awkward” outing with King Frederick.

There is! Queen Mary of Denmark looks cheerful in nautical stripes as she takes a solo stroll during the royal tour of Oslo, after an “awkward” outing with King Frederick.

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Queen Mary of Denmark was photographed during the two-day state visit to Norway without her husband, King Frederick X, on Wednesday.

The Danish royals are on a joint state visit to Norway, but yesterday Queen Mary of Denmark was photographed without her husband.

Earlier in the day, Mary, 52, appeared in high spirits as she joined King Frederick

The mother of four was seen chatting with Frederik while wearing a stylish outfit, including a long navy skirt, a white shirt and a straw hat.

Later that day, after changing her clothes into a striped blouse and jeans, Mary appeared alone at the same location and looked cheerful as she waved to onlookers.

It comes after rumors of marital tensions, which have been in overdrive since Frederik’s night out with Mexican socialite Genoveva Cassanova.

Queen Mary of Denmark was photographed during the two-day state visit to Norway without her husband, King Frederick X, on Wednesday.

The royal mother of four looked casual as she walked along the Oslo harbor promenade.

The royal mother of four looked casual as she walked along the Oslo harbor promenade.

That same day, Mary appeared in high spirits when she was photographed alongside King Frederick X and Queen Sonya of Norway.

That same day, Mary appeared in high spirits when she was photographed alongside King Frederick X and Queen Sonya of Norway.

The mother of four took off her flowing skirt and slipped into a comfortable pair of blue jeans, paired with a striped sweatshirt.

Mary put on a happy face and walked down the promenade, offering an awkward smile and waving at the camera.

It is unclear whether the couple will carry out all official state visit engagements together or whether some will be alone.

The couple has attempted to form a united front in the wake of romance rumors that rocked the Danish Royal Family late last year.

The couple, who met a turbulent end in 2023 when photographs of King Frederick and Mexican socialite Genoveva Casanova were published, bonded during their visit to the Østmarka forests.

The couple, who met a turbulent end in 2023 when photographs of King Frederick and Mexican socialite Genoveva Casanova were published, bonded during their visit to the Østmarka forests.

In October 2023, Mexican socialite Genoveva Casanova was photographed enjoying a night out with King Frederick in Madrid that lasted into the early hours, with Queen Mary notably absent.

The couple reportedly visited a Picasso exhibition together before sharing an intimate dinner at El Corral de la Morería, a Spanish magazine. conferences reported. The publication reported that Genoveva and Frederik, 55, did not leave the restaurant until 1 a.m.

Genoveva, 47, later denied “malicious” rumors questioning the nature of her relationship with King Frederick, insisting the pair are not romantically involved. King Frederick has not commented on the issue.

Grabbing her phone, Mary offered an awkward smile to the camera as she went for a walk alone.

Grabbing her phone, Mary offered an awkward smile to the camera as she went for a walk alone.

During their previous outing, Frederik appeared to keep a distance of three feet from his wife.

During their previous outing, Frederik appeared to keep a distance of three feet from his wife.

Even though Genoveva strongly denies the rumors surrounding her and Frederik, they show no signs of slowing down, according to the Spanish magazine. HELLO reporting that the King has returned to Madrid since the scandalous photographs were released, maintaining a low profile.

The publication states that it is not clear whether the King returned to Spain for “private or agenda reasons.”

On Wednesday, Frederik and Mary continued their tour of Norway with a visit to the picturesque forests of Østmarka, with the couple photographed in front of the stunning Ulsrudvannet Lake.

The royal family arrived in Norway on Tuesday, their 20th wedding anniversary. But instead of sharing an intimate evening to commemorate the milestone, he got straight to the point with a lavish state dinner hosted by King Harald and Queen Sonja of Norway.

While Tuesday’s event was a formal affair, the couple looked relaxed Wednesday in casual attire as they chatted in a serene setting, before posing for photos with Crown Prince Haakon and Crown Princess Mett-Marit of Norway.

Guards greeted the Australian-born Danish queen as she walked alone during the official state visit to Norway.

Guards greeted the Australian-born Danish queen as she walked alone during the official state visit to Norway.

Opting for a casual outfit, Mary threw on a pair of blue denim flared jeans and a striped cream sweatshirt.

Opting for a casual outfit, Mary threw on a pair of blue denim flared jeans and a striped cream sweatshirt.

That same day, Mary looked elegant in a flowy blue skirt, a white shirt, and a trendy straw fedora hat.

That same day, Mary looked elegant in a flowy blue skirt, a white shirt, and a trendy straw fedora hat.

Looking away from the camera, Frederik looked cheerful as he strolled through Norway's capital.

Looking away from the camera, Frederik looked cheerful as he strolled through Norway’s capital.

During the couple’s two-day visit to Norway, they kept a packed itinerary, leaving little time for the couple to reconnect despite their milestone anniversary.

Frederik and Mary arrived in Honnørbryggen aboard the Royal Yacht Dannebrog on 14 May, before attending the state banquet held in their honor with the King and Queen of Norway.

The trip to Lake Ulsrudvannet showed Queen Mary in a more relaxed ensemble than yesterday when the royal was photographed in an incredible dress for the glamorous evening event at the Royal Palace in Oslo.

As a nod to the couple’s 20th wedding anniversary, Queen Mary wore a dress designed by Birgit Hallstein, the Danish designer who made her wedding dress in 2004.

The monarch put on a casual but elegant display in a brown jacket, jeans and trendy sunglasses.

The monarch put on a casual but elegant display in a brown jacket, jeans and trendy sunglasses.

The 52-year-old, who celebrated her 20th wedding anniversary with Frederik this week, smiled as she looked into the camera.

The 52-year-old, who celebrated her 20th wedding anniversary with Frederik this week, smiled as she looked into the camera.

Earlier on Wednesday, the couple seemed to be in great spirits as they explored sunny Norway.

Earlier on Wednesday, the couple seemed to be in great spirits as they explored sunny Norway.

After their trip to the Østmarka forests, the couple attended a lunch with the prime minister and a tour of Oslo’s waterfront.

The new photographs come after the couple made headlines over claims that a newly released photograph of King Frederick and Queen Mary had been photoshopped.

Royal observers questioned whether the official portrait, which was taken in the Royal Reception Rooms of Christiansborg Palace, had been manipulated, claiming on social media that the “stiff and uncomfortable” photograph “looks as if they had been photographed separately and then together.”

In response to the controversy, the Danish Palace issued a statement saying: “The official gala portrait of the Royals has not been tampered with.”

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