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Princess Märtha Louise has “had some really bad days lately”

Princess Märtha Louise of Norway has revealed that she’s gone through some difficult days as of late in a post on her Instagram account. The Princess shared a photo on Monday, 24 August from her summer holiday in Lofoten, Norway, with her parents, children, brother and his family. “Some days are better than others – and I have to admit I have had some really bad days…
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The fake Queen of Norway and Scotland

There are many people who, throughout history, have pretended to be royal. The desire for power and wealth have enticed many to falsely pretend to be a royal who has either died or disappeared. Not many of them are women; however, a ship once came to Norway with a woman who wanted to be the nation’s queen. That woman has been known as “False Margrete.” She was a Norwegian woman who…
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Queen Sonja attends Olso Philharmonic Orchestra concert

On Wednesday evening, Queen Sonja of Norway participated in her first official engagement after her summer holiday when she was present at the opening concert of the Norwegian Philharmonic Orchestra. It was a great event when Klaus Mäkelä, for the first time, led the…
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Crown Princess Mette-Marit turns 47

As Crown Princess Mette-Marit celebrates her 47th birthday, let’s look at the life of Norway’s future queen. Early Life Embed from Getty Images Mette-Marit Tjessem Høiby was born on 19 August 1973 in Kristiansand, an area in the southern part of Norway. Her…
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Princess Ingrid Alexandra has first day at her new high school

Princess Ingrid Alexandra of Norway had her first day at her new school yesterday. In July, Head of Communications at the Royal Court, Guri Ofstad Varpe, confirmed to the Norwegian News Agency “NTB” that Princess Ingrid Alexandra would attend the “study specialisation line” at the popular school of Elvebakken in Oslo. The Princess will attend the school for the next three years…
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Crown Prince Haakon to hike Refugee Route

His Royal Highness Crown Prince Haakon will walk parts of the Norwegian Refugee Route to mark the 75th anniversary of the liberation of Norway following the German occupation. His Royal Highness will walk parts of the Refugee Route from Oslo to the Swedish border from 26 to 28 August. The trip aims to shed light on the history of the liberation. The Refugee Route is a route about ten miles long…
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