Crown Princess Mary of Denmark has shown off her lavish Christmas décor at Amalienborg. The royal palace in Copenhagen has been transformed for the festivities, with a real Chrismas Tree adorning the Knight's Hall.
A photo of the décor, taken by Princess Mary, was shared on the Danish royals’ official Instagram account on Sunday.
"Christmas party in the Knights Hall in Frederik VIII's Palace, Amalienborg, here on the third Sunday in advent," the caption read.
The snap showed the huge Christmas tree adorned with an array of colourful baubles and stars.
In lieu of fairy lights, the royal family opted to carefully place candles on branches.
These are traditionally lit after dinner on Christmas Eve, with all the family present.
Princess Mary’s photo also offered a glimpse at the other decorations that have been put on display.
Mary has scattered festive pine cones and gold decorations that sit on top of a marble . table, with a marvellous chandelier hanging overhead.
As is tradition, Mary will join her husband Crown Prince Frederik and their children Prince Christian, Princess Isabella, Princess Josephine and Prince Vincent to celebrate Christmas at Marselisborg Palace with the rest of the royal family.
Queen Margrethe will arrive at the palace on Friday, and will also be joined by Prince Joachim, Princess Marie and their children for the festivities.
This will be Prince Frederik's first Christmas without his father, Prince Henrik, who sadly passed away in February after suffering from a pulmonary infection at the age of 83.