Norway

See the official images released for Princess Ingrid Alexandra’s confirmation


The Royal Court of Norway released official images from Princess Ingrid Alexandra’s confirmation into the Church of Norway yesterday. The Princess is the daughter of Crown Prince Haakon and Crown Princess Mette-Marit and granddaughter of King Harald and Queen Sonja. She is second in line to the throne after her father.

The future Queen of Norway is seen in solo photos, alongside her father and grandfather, with her godparents, and immediate family (her parents, Crown Prince Haakon and Crown Princes Mette-Marit, half-brother Marius Borg Høiby, and brother Prince Sverre Magnus).

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Princess Ingrid Alexandra’s godparents are King Felipe of Spain, Crown Princess Victoria of Sweden, Crown Prince Frederik of Denmark, Princess Märtha Louise (her paternal aunt), Marit Tjessem (maternal grandmother), and King Harald (paternal grandfather).

Her proud aunt and godmother posted about the confirmation on her Instagram saying, “Congratulations on your confirmation, my lovely niece. I love you and so proud to be your godmother. You are unique, smart, funny, sporty, tough and humble. Everything at once. I’m so proud of you.”

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Princess Märtha Louise’s American boyfriend, Shaman Durek commented on the post telling Ingrid Alexandra, “Love you Princess Ingrid. Sorry I couldn’t make it. However, you know how much I love you. See you soon.”

Royal Central’s Senior Europe Correspondent covered the confirmation from the ground in Oslo. Read his report here.



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