Sunday 26 November 2006

In Tasmania, somewhere.....

"We're going that way!"

The Hobart Mercury has reported that the Donaldsons have gone bush today for some wilderness experience, or perhaps beach house time on the east coast of Tasmania near Swansea.

Media bushed as Mary disappears

November 27, 2006 12:00am

THE Danish royals have disappeared into Tasmania's wilderness for a Donaldson family reunion.
Photos of Princess Mary, the former Hobart girl, have graced the Mercury front page and television news since she arrived in the state for a private family holiday last Wednesday.
But yesterday the royal clan eluded the media.
It is believed they left the West Hobart home of Mary's sister Jane Stephens early in the morning.
Although the destination is secret, it is thought Princess Mary, Prince Frederik and baby son Christian will spend the next few days at a remote location with the Donaldson clan.
Mary's father, Prof John Donaldson, who is now working at the University of Copenhagen, was spotted shopping with his royal daughter at Salamanca Market at the weekend, making it more likely the family has planned a secret getaway in the state.
And Prince Frederik was spotted stocking up on food for a barbecue at their nearby Hill Street Grocer on Saturday.
The royal couple also evaded media during their last Tasmanian trip in March 2005.
After a few days on Tasmania's East Coast for the wedding of Mary's cousin at Swansea, they disappeared for almost a week.
They were spotted one day at Strahan and were thought to have stayed at an exclusive trout fishing lodge at London Lakes on the Central Plateau.
There are rumours that the family may have booked out the secluded Blue Lake Lodge on the shore of Arthurs Lake.
Blue Lake Lodge, which has room for six guests,%

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