Crown Princess Mary & Crown Prince Frederik Of Denmark Celebrate Eldest Daughter Princess Isabella's 14th Birthday — Photos

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Apr. 22 2021, Published 1:18 p.m. ET

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She's growing up so quickly! Crown Princess Mary and Crown Prince Frederik of Denmark posted new photos of their eldest daughter, Princess Isabella, on social media in honor of her 14th birthday

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"Her Royal Highness Princess Isabella has a birthday and turns 14 today 🇩🇰⁣," the official Instagram account captioned a photo of Isabella — who was playing with a dog — wearing a striped pink shirt with khaki pants. 

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"For the Crown Prince and Crown Princess, it is a great pleasure to mark the day with three new photos of the Princess, which was taken in the spring sun at the Chancellery. Princess Isabella celebrates her birthday privately. ⁣ ⁣ 📸 H.K.H. The Crown Princess © ️," the post continued. 

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Of course, people loved the new snapshots. One person wrote, "So beautiful 😍," while another said, "Beautiful and sweet sending love from down under ♥️♥️."

A third user added, "Happy birthday Princess Isabella."

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Last weekend, the couple — who share four kids: Prince Christian, 15, Isabella, and 10-year-old twins, Prince Vincent and Princess Josephine — revealed they were relocating to the Chancellery at Fredensborg Castle, which is where they will live for the rest of the summer. 

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“This weekend, the Crown Prince's family moved their residence to the Chancellery at Fredensborg Castle, where your Royal Highnesses will reside in the coming months," they said in a statement. 

"The Crown Prince and Crown Princess took over the Chancellery in the time around the wedding in May 2004. Prior to this, the building from 1731 was renovated after being Queen Ingrid's residence for many years. Until 2010, when Frederik VIII's Palace at Amalienborg was completely renovated, the Chancellery was the Crown Prince Couple's primary residence," the message continued. 

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