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Princess Mary of Denmark touches down in Vanuatu

The Danish royal touched down on the tiny island in the Pacific region to visit crisis responses areas following the area's recent cyclones and earthquakes. 

The 51-year-old's visit will focus on the impact that climate change has had in the region. Vanuatu has faced ruin after it experienced two cyclones over a two-day period at the beginning of March and was also hit by two earthquakes.

The glamourous royal, accompanied by the Danish Minister of Development, Cooperation and Global Climate Policy, Dan Jorgensen, wore a white long-sleeve blouse, flowing patterned maxi skirt, sapphire-coloured over-sized earrings and sandals.

She also sported two gold necklaces, one with the initial F on it and another one reminiscent of a coin, and wore her hair loose, with natural makeup.

The Princess made her way around the island, speaking to different people, including Hon. Ralph Regenvanu Minister of Climate change of Vanuatu, who explained the effect of sea-level rise on those who live in costal communities.

According to reports, she will then travel to Lelepa Island to see the extent of the damage first hand.

She smiled as she as she shook the hands of the residents of the island, and was welcomed by the island's chief.

Her Royal Highness will then move on to her scheduled visit to Fiji, where she will focus on how the destruction and evacuations in the wake of climate change result in increased risk of sexual and gender-based violence, and how the health care system works to protect women and girls in vulnerable situations.   

Princess Mary will finish her trip in Sydney, Australia - her home country. 

This event will be truly special, as it is the first time Princess Mary will travel to Australia in an official capacity in a decade.

The Hobart-born royal, 51, will be returning to her home country on April 28 to meet with Danish representatives that are involved in Australia's 'green transition' while also visiting several Danish-led projects related to sustainability. 

Princess Mary's visit Down Under will be brief, however, as she will be in London for King Charles III's coronation on May 6.

The last time the Crown Princess was in Australia was last Christmas when she visited her family in Tasmania, but it was not in an official capacity.

She went to her hometown with her husband Crown Prince Frederick and their four children, Christian, 17, Isabella, 15, and twins Vincent and Josephine, 11.