Among the thousands of fans who attended her concert last week, Adele had two blue-blooded spectators in the audience. Not only did she perform for her adoring concertgoers at the Forum in Copenhagen, but Adele also had the honour of singing for Prince Frederik of Denmark and his eldest daughter Princess Isabella.
The two royals were spotted arriving at the venue on Friday night, flanked by their protection officers and a group of close friends.
Pictures on Twitter showed the future Danish king heading into the concert with his arm around his daughter, shortly before the show began.
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Prince Frederik and Princess Isabella, pictured previously, attend the Brit's concert last week
Isabella, who turned nine last month, dressed down in jeans and a leather jacket. The young princess clearly enjoyed herself as she sang along to many of the Hello singer's hits. She even recorded some clips on her mobile, according to reports.
Captivating her audience, Adele was her breathtaking self as she belted out her ballads. The 27-year-old singer from Tottenham wore a glittering, full-length navy dress and had her long bob styled into loose waves.
Adele was performing in Copenhagen at the Forum
While Frederik and Isabella enjoyed a father-daughter night out last week, the following day the dad-of-four and his wife Crown Princess Mary jetted to Stockholm. The couple attended the 70th birthday celebrations of King Carl XVI Gustaf of Sweden on Saturday, and were pictured boarding a lavish yacht for the festivities.
Earlier that day King Carl was joined by his family on the palace balcony, where they waved to well-wishers.
Frederik and his wife Mary jetted to Stockholm the following day for King Carl's birthday celebrations
The monarch's children Crown Princess Victoria, Princess Madeleine and Prince Carl Philip, as well as their partners, made an appearance on the balcony – alongside the second newest member of the royal family, Victoria's newborn son Prince Oscar.
Princess Sofia, who has just given birth to her and Carl Philip's first son, was making her debut as a new mum.