Princess Mary and her family have landed in Australia and already visited the famous Bondi Beach.

The Danish Princess was seen with her husband, Prince Frederik, and the couple’s children Christian, 17, Isabella, 15, and twins Vincent and Josephine, 11.

Amber Petty, who is the Princess’s longtime friend and was a bridesmaid, was also seen at Bondi with the Danish Royal Family.

Dressed in flared black pants and an orange top, the Princess was walking with her daughters Isabella and Josephine before they met up with her husband and Vincent.

Their eldest son Christian was not seen in any of the footage.

The family went off to enjoy a meal at Bills restaurant in Bondi, an eatery created by Australian chef Bill Granger.

After enjoying some lunch, the family did a bit of shopping before enjoying another walk along the beach.

The Tasmanian-born Princess will be spending time with her family for Christmas.

They are all expected to travel from Sydney to Tasmania a few days before the big day to spend it with the Donaldson family.

It is believed the family will stay at Government House in Tasmania, where they resided during their last visit.

Earlier this month, the Danish Royal Family confirmed Princess Mary and her family will be visiting Australia.

“In December, the Crown Prince family will travel on a private Christmas holiday in Australia to celebrate the holiday together with HRH the Crown Princess’s family,” the palace said.

“It has been five years since the Crown Prince couple together with their four children last visited the Crown Princess’s homeland.”

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