'Cool' Princess Isabella of Denmark gets photo with famous musician

Princess Isabella isn't immune to fan-girl moments, just like any youngster her age, especially when she met her music idol Brandon Beal. The Danish princess asked the American singer, who has topped the Danish charts, for a photo and he was happy to oblige.

Brandon shared a photo on Instagram of himself with his young fan, praising Isabella for being so "cool" and "down to earth".

He wrote: "This Little Princess, is actually that...... a "Little Princess". What a pleasure and honour to meet Princess Isabella, and I must say if every princess was as cool, down to earth, and outgoing as her, I think the world would be a better place!"

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The sweet photo showed Brandon crouching down to Isabella's height and wrapping an arm around the royal. The nine-year-old, who is the elder daughter of Crown Prince Frederik and Crown Princess Mary, looked like a mini fashionista in a cream jacket, floral top and navy jeans.

Brandon has worked with the likes of Snoop Dogg and Flo Rida, but he is perhaps most known in Denmark for his tour alongside DJ Rasmus Hedegaard. The pair went by the name Beal & Ras and their first single Money stayed on the Danish dance charts for 14 weeks.

Princess Mary selfie with young fan Her mom Crown Princess Mary posed for a selfie with a young fan

Isabella isn't the only Danish royal who doesn't mind stopping for pictures. Her mom Mary, 44, happily posed for a selfie with one young boy while she was at the Tivoli amusement park in Copenhagen.

The future Danish queen and her family were celebrating Isabella's birthday in April. The Twitter snap, posted by @crownprincely, showed Mary smiling and standing next to her young admirer.

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