The Danish royal family stepped out in traditional costume as they arrived on the Faroe Islands for the start of their four day visit on Thursday.
Leading the charge was Princess Mary, who donned a traditional Faroe costume in honour of her visit.
Mary and her two daughters, Princesses Josephine, 7, and Isabella, 11, wore the female dress and open sweater laced together using silver buttons and finished with a cape.
Crown Prince Frederick, 50, and their two sons, Princes Christian, 12, and Vincent, 7, wore a waistcoat and felt coat with silver buttons, blue stockings and the famous floppy hat.
The Danish royal family travelled from their home in Copenhagen by boat, and waved to islands as they approached.
The family were greeted by the island's locals who had gathered in anticipation of their arrival, presenting Mary with an elegant posy as she stepped from the boat.
Mary, Fred, and their children will be visiting the islands for four days. They will also travel to the Island's capital Tórshavn on Thursday.