NewsNorwegian royals celebrate national holiday: Palast announces program

Norwegian royals celebrate national holiday: Palast announces program

On May 17th, all of Norway is in a celebratory mood: The land of the fjords is celebrating its national holiday – the royal family is celebrating with us!

Oslo – Usually the national holiday is celebrated with larger and smaller parades, together with friends and family, Norwegians enjoy the “Grunnlovsdagen” (German: Constitutional Day). However, this year everything is different. For the second time in a row, many events are falling victim to the Corona restrictions, and the Norwegian royal family is also using a replacement program on the national holiday *.

The palace has now revealed what the daily schedule of King Harald V (84), Crown Prince Haakon (47) & Co. looks like. Crown Princess Mette-Marit (47) and Crown Prince Haakon will ring in the national holiday in their Skaugum residence with Princess Ingrid Alexandra (17) and Prince Sverre Magnus (15). After a short outdoor program, the family of four goes on a trip to Asker, then sets off for the capital.

In the Royal Palace in Oslo they meet King Harald V and Queen Sonja (83). At 11.30 a.m., the royal family finally stepped onto the balcony of the castle, and they have kept this tradition on the national holiday for years. The royals have to do without the cheering crowd in front of the palace this year, but a small celebration is still planned. Gun salutes are fired at 12 noon, followed by the national anthem. In the afternoon a boat parade on the Oslofjord is on the program, which the royal couple and the crown prince couple watch on board the royal yacht “Norge”. * is an offer from IPPEN.MEDIA.

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