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Märtha Louise of Norway: Surprising confession to her daughters

Like mother, like daughters? Princess Märtha Louise of Norway gives an unusually open insight into her family life.

Oslo – Princess Märtha Louise of Norway (50) couldn’t be more proud of her three daughters. 18-year-old Maud Angelica and her two sisters Leah Isadora (16) and Emma Tallulah (13) go their own way – without the help of their mother.

In her free time, Märtha Louise’s daughters devote themselves to very different projects. While baby Emma is enjoying success as a rider, Leah reaches for the make-up case. The 16-year-old regularly tries out new looks and recently even won an influencer award in the beauty category. She has already built up a considerable fan base on TikTok and Instagram. Her eldest sister may not be able to begin with equestrian sports and make-up, but she is still creative. Maud Angelica recently published her first book, which she wrote and even illustrated. * reveals how Princess Märtha Louise’s daughters discovered their talents.

Princess Märtha Louise revealed in a recent interview why her children, who were married to the writer Ari Behn (47, † 2019), are so successful. In the latest episode of the podcast “Suksess med Jan Thomas” (German: “Success with Jan Thomas”), King Harald V’s (84) daughter chats openly about her offspring’s hobbies. A confession that was not meant to be taken very seriously slips over her lips: “You are very independent and show initiative. I didn’t ‘press’ them into anything, except that I forced everyone to ride for a while. ” * is an offer from IPPEN.MEDIA.

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