Moving on up! Prince Frederik and Princess Mary of Denmark had an exciting day, as they moved their eldest son, Prince Christian, 15, to a new boarding school on Tuesday, August 10.
"Tomorrow the Prince starts in high school, and today has been spent adjusting to the new surroundings and meeting the new schoolmates," an Instagram post captioned several photos of Christian, including one with his parents.
The teenager looked suave in his uniform, as he wore a blue jacket with a striped tie.
Of course, fans sent love to the family. One person wrote, "Good wind ahead ❤️❤️," while another added, "Handsome young man. hope he [has] a great time in high school❤️."
A third user added, "My old school❤️ welcome🙌."
Prince Christian isn't the only royal to attend Herlufsholm School, a private boarding school located about about 50 miles south of Copenhagen, as his cousin Prince Nikolai went to the prestigious academy from 2015 to 2018.
Prior to going to boarding school, Prince Christian and his siblings — Princess Isabella, Prince Vincent and Princess Josephine — went to Lemania-Verbier International School in Verbier, Switzerland, for 12 weeks. But as the coronavirus pandemic got worse, the family decided to head back to Denmark.
The royal family has been busy lately, as Prince Frederik recently greeted athletes who returned home from the Tokyo Olympics.
"Danish Olympic athletes have returned from the Japanese capital Tokyo, and tonight they were hailed at a reception at the Experimentarium in Hellerup by, among others, His Royal Highness the Crown Prince and the Prime Minister 🇩🇰," a post read. "Measured by the number of medals, the recently concluded Olympics is the second best Danish Olympics since 1948. As many as three gold medals, four silver medals and four bronze medals were won, and at the reception, the Crown Prince congratulated the medal recipients and the other athletes on their sports and sports achievements."
Prior to that, Princess Mary and Prince Frederik spent time with their son when they took him to watch the Euro 2020 final. "Just arrived at Wembley! The togetherness has brought us here - and let us show them that we are not going home, but we must move on 🇩🇰⚽️ Come on, Denmark!" they captioned the cute picture.