At 10:00 crown princess Mary and her lady-in-waiting, Tanja Doky visited "Granbohus" in Fredensborg.
This holiday and leisure centre for children with a disability celebrated its 50 years of existence.
In the afternoon, at 15:00, Mary had another activity on the agenda: the handing out of the "Crown princess Mary Scholarship" at Copenhagen University.
She was still wearing a bracelet that had been given to her by one of the children at Granbohus.
In her speech Mary said: "Given we have grown up in Australia and therefore perhaps share many of the same values and outlooks on life, I am almost certain that you are loving your time here and have very quickly become attached to the Danish way of life. As I immediately did. It is always interesting to hear from other Australians their thoughts on living and studying in Denmark. What they like and don’t like. What the similarities/differences are between the two countries. And what they have learnt about themselves or their own culture. Often when I have spoken with earlier Scholarship recipients we have discovered that we share similar observations."