Norway

Princess Ingrid Alexandra confirmed in grand ceremony with royals from across Europe in attendance

On Saturday, royals from all over Europe gathered in Oslo to celebrate the confirmation of Princess Ingrid Alexandra of Norway. Royal Central’s Senior Europe correspondent Oskar Aanmoen was present outside the Royal Palace for the occasion, and sent us the following report. In her brand new national costume, a gift from the King and Queen, Princess Ingrid Alexandra confirmed her religious…
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FeaturesNorway

Royal guests revealed for Princess Ingrid Alexandra’s confirmation

Friday morning at 9 am, the Norwegian Royal Court published parts of the guest list to the upcoming confirmation of Princess Ingrid Alexandra on Saturday. The Royal Court can confirm that the following royal guests are coming to Oslo tomorrow: HM. King Felipe of Spain.HRH Crown Princess Victoria of Sweden.HRH Crown Prince Frederik of Denmark.HRH Crown Princess Mary of Denmark.HRH Prince…
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Middle East

Monarchist party formed in Israel

The Republic of Israel has seen the formation of its first-ever royalist political party. The Royalist Party of Israel was created in Jerusalem in July 2019. On its website, the party says that they want to restore a moral authority upon the State of Israel, allowing harmony…
Norway

Norwegian mosque apologises to Crown Prince Haakon after three women refused handshake

His Royal Highness Crown Prince Haakon visited the Al-Noor Islamic Centre last week to show support after the 10 August shooting attack on the mosque. Many people noticed that three women did not accept the Crown Prince’s outstretched hand as he attempted to greet them. The Bærum mosque shooting, or the Al-Noor Islamic Centre shooting, was an attack that occurred on 10 August 2019 at…
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Norway

King Harald and Queen Sonja attend a military parade in Oslo

On Thursday afternoon, His Majesty King Harald and Her Majesty Queen Sonja watched His Majesty the King’s Guard perform in the Palace Square from the Palace Balcony at Royal Palace in Oslo. Over a thousand people had met up to see the show which lasted for 30 minutes. The Royal Life Guard marched together with the music corps from Akershus Fortress through the centre of Oslo. Then, they…
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