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Princess Märtha Louise: Emotional declaration of love from her shaman

Märtha Louise of Norway is finally reunited with her boyfriend Durek Verrett. In the USA, the two are enjoying their love affair to the full.

Los Angeles – For months, Märtha Louise (49) and her partner Durek Verrett (46) could no longer embrace each other due to the corona pandemic. In the meantime the princess has made it to her boyfriend in the USA. The joy of reunion could hardly be greater, as an emotional action by the shaman proves. * shows Durek Verrett's romantic declaration of love to his Märtha Louise.

Travel warnings, contact restrictions and the like have made long-distance relationships a real challenge for many couples in the past year and a half. Princess Märtha Louise and the shaman Durek Verrett were also affected. Recently, however, the Norwegian was finally able to travel to her boyfriend in California again. They are now enjoying their time in the USA together, and the planned move of the princess and her three daughters may already be discussed in more detail. In any case, the self-proclaimed spirit healer couldn't be happier to have his partner present. The 46-year-old recently expressed his feelings with an emotional declaration of love on Instagram. * is an offer from IPPEN.MEDIA.

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