Report: Denmark's princess gives birth to twins

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January 8, 2011 13:26

 
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COPENHAGEN, Denmark — Danish media said Denmark's Crown Princess Mary has given birth to twins.

National news agency Ritzau said the 38-year-old princess, who was admitted to the Rigshospitalet hospital in Copenhagen early Saturday, gave birth to a boy and a girl.

Tasmanian-born Mary married Crown Prince Frederik in 2004. The couple already have two children, 5-year-old Christian and 3-year-old Isabella.

There was no immediate confirmation from the royal palace.

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