7 JANUARY 2005

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Concerned royals the Crown Prince and Princess of Denmark visited the headquarters of the Danish Red Cross this week.

There, Frederik and his Australian-born wife Mary were shown equipment being used by Danish doctors and nurses helping tsunami survivors in Asia.

The Red Cross, of which Frederik is a patron of in Denmark, will feature prominently in an upcoming visit the pair are scheduled to make to Mary's homeland. A March 2 gala ball marking the 90th anniversary of the Australian branch of the international organisation is to kick off the official part of their visit.

The Crown Prince and Princess are shown some of the equipment being used by Danish members of the Red Cross helping tsunami survivors in Asia
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