The Danish Royal Family has been released from isolation after a COVID scare.
Princess Mary’s eldest son on Tuesday tested positive for coronavirus when an outbreak at his school occurred.
It forced the Crown Princess, her husband Prince Frederik and their children to self-isolate.
The results of their tests were announced on Friday.
“Their Royal Highnesses The Crown Prince and Crown Princess as well as their four children have since Monday 7 December 2020 stayed in isolation in Frederik VIII’s Palace at Amalienborg, after His Royal Highness Prince Christian was tested positive for COVID-19 the same day,” the Danish Royal House said in a statement.
“The Crown Prince and Crown Princess and their three youngest children have subsequently been tested for COVID-19. All test results have been negative.”
Prince Christian is continuing his isolation in accordance with Denmark’s coronavirus protocols.
The Danish Royal House previously said he had no interaction with anyone aside from the Crown Family.