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Family appearance: Norway's royal family shows up on the national holiday

On this year’s national holiday, the Norwegian royal family came together for the traditional appearance on the balcony of Oslo Castle.

Oslo – May 17th, the royal family has marked themselves in red on the calendar: On “Grunnlovsdag” (German: Constitutional Day), Norway’s national holiday, the adoption of the Basic Law on May 17th, 1814 is celebrated extensively.

The royal family had no luck with the weather, but they didn’t let the rain spoil their mood. At the start of the celebrations, Crown Prince Haakon (47), Crown Princess Mette-Marit (47), Princess Ingrid Alexandra (17) and Prince Sverre Magnus (15) welcomed representatives from the local schools and scouts at the gates of their Skaugum residence in Asker. Equipped with umbrellas, the four then visited a local residential and care center as well as a school, after which they drove to the Royal Palace in Oslo.

A large number of spectators usually gather in the courtyard of the castle, eagerly awaiting the performance of the Norwegian royals on the national holiday * and the traditional children’s parade. However, the program was adapted to the Corona restrictions, due to which the number of visitors was clear. King Harald V (84), Queen Sonja (83) and the Crown Prince family watched a military parade and performances by children’s choirs from the palace balcony. The three royal women showed themselves in the national costume of bunad, the men opted for a suit. * is an offer from IPPEN.MEDIA.

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