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Princess Märtha Louise: This is how she fights against "longing and grief"

Princess Märtha Louise of Norway has mixed feelings about Christmas. On Instagram, she sends honest words to her fans.

Oslo – Princess Märtha Louise (50) makes it clear in her very own way how important it is to stand by your own feelings. On Instagram, she not only shares her happy moments, Märtha Louise also gives an insight into the difficult hours * that she has to go through right now in the run-up to Christmas.

Many associate Christmas with joy and bliss, but for Princess Märtha Louise the festival also brings back painful memories. This year marks the second anniversary of the death of her ex-husband Ari Behn (47, † 2019). On December 25, 2019, the writer and father of three committed suicide in his home in Lommedalen. In her latest post, Märtha Louise shows that the grief is still deep.

The daughter of King Harald V (84) speaks openly about the negative emotions that not only she has to struggle with: “Sometimes it is difficult before Christmas. The days are dark and we are filled with longing and sadness. Still, I learned that we can bring Christmas back. That we should at least cherish this time together from time to time. That we should look forward to Christmas every now and then, even if we feel emptiness and longing. ” * is an offer from IPPEN.MEDIA.

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