Isabella's christening was a much more private affair than Christian's: she was baptized "at home", at the Fredensborg palace church.
In the morning some of the royal guests arrived at Fredensborg: Victoria of Sweden, Mathilde of Belgium and Haakon & Mette-Marit of Norway.
At 11:30 the ceremony started. It was broadcast live on Danish TV.
Mary wore a new dress by Birgit Hallstein.
She also wore new jewellery: a Marianne Dulong diamond, blue and pink sapphire necklace that was a gift from husband Frederik, and a new diamond ring.
- crown princess (now queen) Mathilde of Belgium
- princess Alexia of Greece
- Marie Louise Skeel
- Nadine Johnston, an Australian friend of Mary.
- Christian von Buchwald
- Peter Heering
There were 140 guests who were treated to a luncheon after the ceremony at Fredensborg palace.
Queen Margrethe & prince Henrik
Prince Gustav von Berleburg & Carina Axelsson
Sponsors Peter Heering & crown princess Mathilde of Belgium.
More sponsors: (pregnant) princess Alexia of Greece, Nadine Johnston and Malou Skeel.
Baron Otto & baroness Helle Reedtz-Thott.
Anja Camilla Alajdi and her boyfriend, Steen Arnstrøm.
Søren Heedegaard & Preben Christensen
Chris Min Dohky and his wife Tanja.
Pernille & Michael Haslund-Christensen
John Donaldson & Susan Moody
Crown princess Victoria of Sweden and queen Anne Marie of Greece
Frederik's French cousin Guillaume Bardin with his wife and children Lorraine, Mathilde & Roxane.
Elisabeth von Buchwald, the wife of godfather Christian von Buchwald.
They brought along their children:
Nadine Johnston, one of Isabella's sponsors.
Baroness Caroline Iuel-Brockdorff & husband Rory Flemming
Ellen Hillingsø & Christoffer Castenskiold.
Peter Warnøe & Julia Tholstrup
Billionaire Mærsk McKinney Møller & his granddaughter Alette Mærsk McKinney Sørensen.
Nanny Ann Alicia Thunbo
Lady-in-waiting Caroline Heering.
with husband Peter Heering (one of the sponsors) and Ulla Thornit, Per Thornit's wife.
Isabella Henrietta Ingrid Margrethe
princess of Denmark, countess de Monpezat
Mary said afterwards that they found their inspiration for the name a few weeks before the birth, in a list of names of Danish Royals. Among them was Isabella of Austria and Spain (1501-1526, archduchess of Austria and infanta of Castilla y Aragón, queen of Denmark, Sweden and Norway as the wife of King Christian II. She was the daughter of King Felipe I and Juana la loca and the sister of Emperor Charles V. She was born at Brussels. She served as regent of Denmark in 1520.)
Inside Fredensborg palace, official photos were made by Steen Brogaard.
Photographers saw Mary & Christian outside Kancellihuset, at the time of the reception.