Princess Mary and Crown Prince Frederik have christened their three-month-old twins and revealed their names to be Vincent and Josephine, following a baptism ceremony in Copenhagen yesterday.
Mary and Frederik today ended months of speculation over the twins’ names after keeping with Danish tradition and withholding their newborns’ names, who were born on January 8, until their baptism.
The twins’ full names are Vincent Frederik Minik Alexander and Josephine Sofia Ivalo Mathilda.
More than 300 people attended the ceremony including Princess Mary’s brother John Stuart Donaldson, who was one of six godparents to Prince Vincent.
One of Princess Mary’s sisters Patricia Bailey and her friend Josephine Rechner were named as godmothers to Princess Josephine.
Tasmanian-born Mary wore a royal blue dress with a flower detail head piece while Prince Fredrick wore a navy suit and coral coloured tie. The twins were dressed in traditional white flowing christening dresses.
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Related video: See the royal christening below.