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OPINION – – Tonight, Australia will take on Denmark in the World Cup and the pairing presents a test of loyalty for our very own Crown Princess Mary.

Inevitability, the 50-year-old royal will be faced with questions over who she will chose to barrack for.

The dilemma is a very real one for the Crown Princess especially as she is preparing to return to Australia for her first family holiday in five long years.

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Crown Prince Frederik and Crown Princess Mary with Prince Christian at Wembley Stadium in London for the Euro 2020 semi-final between Denmark and England on July 7, 2021. (Danish Royal Household)

But the Tasmanian-born royal will one day be Denmark’s future Queen, so her allegiance obviously is to Denmark.

However, Crown Princess Mary is one our most popular and most loved exports and as a representative of Australia on the world stage, what she says and does always gets attention.

So…Crown Princess Mary, who will you be supporting tonight?

The answer is pretty obvious…and Mary herself is probably rolling her eyes at the very thought of being asked such a question.

Crown Princess Mary with Crown Prince Frederick during their first official visit to Australia in March 2005. (David Gray-Pool/Getty Images)

In 2016 Crown Princess Mary was asked to pick sides during the Rio Olympics.

Watch the video above.

The sport-loving royal was part of Denmark’s official delegation sent to the games in Brazil.

READ MORE: All the times Crown Princess Mary of Denmark has visited Australia

She visited a public school in a disadvantaged neighbourhood of Rio de Janeiro to deliver Lego, another famous Danish export.

Crown Princess Mary joined with the children as they played, and was approached by an Australian journalist eager to see where her allegiances were.

”I’m looking forward to following not just the Danish athletes [but everyone],” Crown Princess Mary said diplomatically.

Crown Princess Mary of Denmark delivered Lego to children in Rio during the 2016 Olympics. (Getty)

The journalist asked: “Will there be a little bit of support for the Australian athletes?”

Mary replied, with a slight sigh: “Absolutely, yes…so long as they’re not competing against a Dane”.

It’s unclear where Crown Princess Mary will watch tonight’s match. She is currently in London where she joined Camilla, the Queen Consort, for a drinks reception at Buckingham Palace aimed at ending violence against women.

She may make it back in time to watch the game with her husband Crown Prince Frederik and their four children.

In July last year, Crown Princess Mary and Crown Prince Frederik, and their eldest son Prince Christian, travelled to London for the Euro 2020 semi-final at Wembley Stadium to watch Denmark take on England.

Crown Princess Mary and Prince Christian in the stands during the UEFA Euro 2020 semi final match at Wembley Stadium. (PA Images via Getty Images)

England were the victors, beating Denmark 2-1 in extra time.

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They sat with Prince William, who today faced his own test of loyalty with England taking on Wales in the World Cup.

Prince William, as Prince of Wales and England’s future King, said he would be “supporting both, definitely. I can’t lose”.

Also in 2021, Crown Princess Mary joined her family to watch Denmark take on Belgium in the European Championships.

Mary was photographed arriving at Parken Stadium in Copenhagen ahead of the match, wearing the colours of the Danish flag.

Crown Princess Mary arrives at Parken Stadium for the Euro 2020 match between Denmark and Belgium in June 2021. (UEFA via Getty Images)

The Danish royals are active on the monarchy’s official social media pages, so it’s highly likely we will get a photo of the Crown Prince family cheering on the two teams.

Crown Princess Mary’s bond with Australia remains strong so perhaps there will be a hint of friendly rivalry between her and her family.

And we even might see Mary waving the Australian flag once again.

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Princess Mary, Queen Rania meet with Queen Consort Camilla


OPINION – – Tonight, Australia will take on Denmark in the World Cup and the pairing presents a test of loyalty for our very own Crown Princess Mary.

Inevitability, the 50-year-old royal will be faced with questions over who she will chose to barrack for.

The dilemma is a very real one for the Crown Princess especially as she is preparing to return to Australia for her first family holiday in five long years.

READ MORE: Meghan faced ‘very real’ and ‘disgusting’ threats to her life

Crown Prince Frederik and Crown Princess Mary with Prince Christian at Wembley Stadium in London for the Euro 2020 semi-final between Denmark and England on July 7, 2021. (Danish Royal Household)

But the Tasmanian-born royal will one day be Denmark’s future Queen, so her allegiance obviously is to Denmark.

However, Crown Princess Mary is one our most popular and most loved exports and as a representative of Australia on the world stage, what she says and does always gets attention.

So…Crown Princess Mary, who will you be supporting tonight?

The answer is pretty obvious…and Mary herself is probably rolling her eyes at the very thought of being asked such a question.

Crown Princess Mary with Crown Prince Frederick during their first official visit to Australia in March 2005. (David Gray-Pool/Getty Images)

In 2016 Crown Princess Mary was asked to pick sides during the Rio Olympics.

Watch the video above.

The sport-loving royal was part of Denmark’s official delegation sent to the games in Brazil.

READ MORE: All the times Crown Princess Mary of Denmark has visited Australia

She visited a public school in a disadvantaged neighbourhood of Rio de Janeiro to deliver Lego, another famous Danish export.

Crown Princess Mary joined with the children as they played, and was approached by an Australian journalist eager to see where her allegiances were.

”I’m looking forward to following not just the Danish athletes [but everyone],” Crown Princess Mary said diplomatically.

Crown Princess Mary of Denmark delivered Lego to children in Rio during the 2016 Olympics. (Getty)

The journalist asked: “Will there be a little bit of support for the Australian athletes?”

Mary replied, with a slight sigh: “Absolutely, yes…so long as they’re not competing against a Dane”.

It’s unclear where Crown Princess Mary will watch tonight’s match. She is currently in London where she joined Camilla, the Queen Consort, for a drinks reception at Buckingham Palace aimed at ending violence against women.

She may make it back in time to watch the game with her husband Crown Prince Frederik and their four children.

In July last year, Crown Princess Mary and Crown Prince Frederik, and their eldest son Prince Christian, travelled to London for the Euro 2020 semi-final at Wembley Stadium to watch Denmark take on England.

Crown Princess Mary and Prince Christian in the stands during the UEFA Euro 2020 semi final match at Wembley Stadium. (PA Images via Getty Images)

England were the victors, beating Denmark 2-1 in extra time.

READ MORE: Danish royal family to spend Christmas apart after title saga divides

They sat with Prince William, who today faced his own test of loyalty with England taking on Wales in the World Cup.

Prince William, as Prince of Wales and England’s future King, said he would be “supporting both, definitely. I can’t lose”.

Also in 2021, Crown Princess Mary joined her family to watch Denmark take on Belgium in the European Championships.

Mary was photographed arriving at Parken Stadium in Copenhagen ahead of the match, wearing the colours of the Danish flag.

Crown Princess Mary arrives at Parken Stadium for the Euro 2020 match between Denmark and Belgium in June 2021. (UEFA via Getty Images)

The Danish royals are active on the monarchy’s official social media pages, so it’s highly likely we will get a photo of the Crown Prince family cheering on the two teams.

Crown Princess Mary’s bond with Australia remains strong so perhaps there will be a hint of friendly rivalry between her and her family.

And we even might see Mary waving the Australian flag once again.

For a daily dose of 9Honey, subscribe to our newsletter here

Princess Mary, Queen Rania meet with Queen Consort Camilla

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