Crown Princess Mary has taken a break from cycling her twins who sit in the front of her cargo bike choosing instead to walk behind her children as they ride their own wheels during an outing.
The Princess, 44, spent some quality time with Prince Vincent and Princess Josephine on Monday as the twins learned to ride a bicycle with training wheels in Copenhagen.
Wearing helmets for protection and woollen gloves and coats to combat the cold, Prince Vincent and Princess Josephine, 5, cycled along the street with their mother close behind.
Mary Crown Princess of Denmark seen out and about with her kids as they ride their bicycles with training wheels
Their dog Ziggy also went along for the outing running alongside the young royals
Bundled up with a fur-lined jacket, beanie and gloves Crown Princess Mary kept a close eye on the twins
Accompanying the trio was the family’s beloved Border Collie Ziggy who ran alongside the royals.
The twins enjoyed the outing just days after celebrating their fifth birthday.
The off duty 44-year-old princess donned a fur-lined navy coat, gloves, shoulder bag and boots as she strolled alongside her children.
The young royals appear to be happy despite the cold weather nipping at their faces.
Princess Mary took a a break from cycling the twins who usually sit in the front of her cargo bike
The twins brother, Prince Christian celebrated his 10th birthday with the beloved border collie Ziggy who ran alongside the young royals as they enjoyed the outing
The off duty 44-year-old princess donned a fur-lined navy coat, gloves, side back and boots as she strolled alongside her children
The winter outing is a strong contrast to the indulging summer break the royal family enjoyed in Australia over Christmas.
Last year’s visit marked the first time Princess Mary and Prince Frederick brought their children back to the country since 2011.
The Tasmanian-born mother-of-four and her family spent Christmas Day in her home town of Hobart before continuing across the country to visit family and friends.
Their first stop was Perth, to visit Mary’s brother John Donaldson, who is the godfather to Prince Vincent.
Their group then embarked on a road trip through Western Australia, stopping off in small towns along the way, where they were spied by thrilled locals in family-fun bakeries and an IGA, picking up snacks.
It was then on to the Gold Coast, where they visited Dreamworld and spent a day at the beach, where Prince Christian got into a spot of trouble when he got caught in a rip.
Finally, the clan headed to Byron Bay, where the Donaldson family gathered to celebrate the holidays and Mary’s sister Jane’s 50th birthday.
The winter outing is a contrast to the long summer break the royal family enjoyed over Christmas in Australia