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Mette-Marit is terminally ill – Norway's Crown Princess with bitter confession

Mette-Marit from Norway has been suffering from a chronic lung disease for years. In a new interview, the Crown Princess spoke openly about her state of health.

Oslo – Since Crown Princess Mette-Marit (47) was diagnosed with chronic pulmonary fibrosis, her everyday life has been associated with many restrictions. Although the wife of Crown Prince Haakon (48) never shows that she is struggling with health problems, the disease is omnipresent in the life of the Norwegian royal family. * reveals what moving words Crown Princess Mette-Marit has found about her illness.

Fortunately, Mette-Marit's form of pulmonary fibrosis can be treated well with medication and is only progressing slowly, but the 47-year-old will probably never be as active as in previous years. In a new interview, the future queen gave a little insight into her current situation and how she dealt with her illness. To her own surprise, she was even able to draw something positive for herself from the corona crisis: "For me it was an opportunity to take a break that I would otherwise not have been able to get," "Svensk Damtidning" quotes the Norwegian. * is an offer from IPPEN.MEDIA.

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