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Mette-Marit & her family wish a Merry Christmas: New photo of the Royals

The Norwegian royal family has released their official Christmas photo. On the recording, Mette-Marit, Haakon & Co. show themselves again from their best side.

Bygdøy – Shortly before the holidays, the royals from the far north come up with a festive new family photo * and wish them a Merry Christmas. For this, Crown Princess Mette-Marit (48), Crown Prince Haakon (48) & Co. have thrown themselves into the shell.

Mette-Marit & her family wish a Merry Christmas: New photo of the Royals

The Norwegian royal family * has been in a great Christmas mood for several weeks. The Royals recently published several cute snapshots of Princess Ingrid Alexandra * (17) and Prince Sverre Magnus (16) from past Christmas parties on Instagram.

Now that the holidays are just around the corner, the royal family is of course also presenting a brand new photo and wishes the population and all royal fans a merry and reflective Christmas season.

Norwegens Königsfamilie am Nationalfeiertag (Symbolbild)


The Norwegian royal family wishes happy and peaceful holidays (symbol picture).

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Mette-Marit & her family wish you a Merry Christmas: Traditional greetings

In contrast to the summer holiday greetings from Prince William (39) and Duchess Kate (39) * from Jordan, the Norwegians’ official Christmas photo was shot in a more traditional setting – namely at the royal country estate on the Bygdøy peninsula. King Harald * (84) and Queen Sonja * (84) will spend the next few days there, only on Christmas Eve there will be celebrations with Crown Prince Haakon * and Crown Princess Mette-Marit * at Gut Skaugum in Asker.

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Fortunately, the royal family can be together at Christmas. Recently, Corona worries about Mette-Marit * had clouded the mood. However, your PCR test came back negative. And hours of anxiety lie behind her husband Haakon. The heir to the throne had to spend a few days in quarantine * because he had contact with a person who tested positive. * is an offer from IPPEN.MEDIA.

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