THERE was no sign of pregnancy panic at the Danish Palace yesterday.
Instead, a relaxed Princess Mary spent the day at home in Copenhagen with her Australian family by her side as the royal birth waiting game ticked on.
Anticipation over the arrival of Mary's twins reached boiling point earlier this week as international media descended on the capital and royal experts tipped the Tasmanian-born princess would give birth at any moment.
But the twins have bided their time, forcing Mary to sit tight inside Amalienborg Palace where she lives with husband Crown Prince Frederik and their children, Christian, 5, and Isabella, 3.
The 38-year-old princess and her husband were reportedly spotted slipping out of the palace early yesterday morning, but the pair soon returned.
Mary was later seen chatting on the telephone and quietly watching the busy cobblestone streets from the palace windows.
Her father, John Donaldson, who is in Copenhagen to support his daughter through the birth of her third and fourth children, also watched the famed lunchtime changing of the guards from the palace.
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