Prince Christian sparks royal fan frenzy with touching birthday tribute - 'Image of Mary!'



PRINCE CHRISTIAN of Denmark has celebrated a big milestone and the Danish Royal Family marked his birthday by sharing two touching pictures of the royal.
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Ex-soldier’s wife found guilty of murdering baby abandoned in woods
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Fears TFL could cut Bakerloo Line to save cash
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Costa is giving a million people free drinks in December
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