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Princess Ingrid Alexandra: Mette-Marit's daughter's first major TV appearance

Princess Ingrid Alexandra will soon be celebrating her 18th birthday. On the occasion of her day of honor, the daughter of Haakon and Mette-Marit gave a big interview for the first time.

Oslo – The big birthday party has to be canceled due to the corona pandemic, but Princess Ingrid-Alexandra of Norway will definitely celebrate her 18th on January 21st in her closest circle. On the occasion of her special day of honor, the future Queen of Norway answered journalists’ questions for the first time for an exclusive interview.* shows the first trailer for Ingrid Alexandra’s first TV interview.

Actually, the Norwegian royals should have celebrated the first big party of the year in a few days, but Corona thwarted the plans. Among other things, the gala dinner on the occasion of Princess Ingrid Alexandra’s 18th birthday was canceled in December due to the pandemic. To make matters worse, Ingrid Alexandra’s mother, Crown Princess Mette-Marit (48), suffers from a chronic lung disease and must not expose herself to the risk of infection, for example through large crowds. So the granddaughter of King Harald V. (84) is starting to come of age rather calmly. But there is a small highlight: right on time for her birthday, the likeable princess gave a big interview for the first time, which was broadcast on Norwegian TV. * is an offer from IPPEN.MEDIA.


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