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Family photos of Princess Ingrid Alexandra taken on her 18th birthday

Two new official photos of the Norwegian Royal Family that were taken on Princess Ingrid Alexandra's 18th birthday have been released. The photos show members of the Royal Family together, that is, Queen Sonja, King Harald, Princess Ingrid Alexandra, Marit Tjessem, Prince Sverre Magnus, Crown Princess Mette-Marit, Crown Prince Haakon and Marius Borg Høiby, who gathered for the celebration of the Princess' 18th birthday.
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Queen Margrethe opened the exhibition 'A Queen’s Jewellery Box'

On January 21, Queen Margrethe, Crown Prince Frederik, Crown Princess Mary and Princess Benedikte attended the opening of the exhibition "A Queen’s Jewellery Box" at the Amalienborg Museum in Christian VIII’s Palace at Amalienborg. The exhibition was opened as part of the official programme of the Danish Royal House that was planned on the occasion of the 50th anniversary of Queen Margrethe's accession to the throne.

You have to watch this Princess’ impressive ski jump!

Princess Ingrid Alexandra of Norway is one talented skier! On Wednesday, the Norwegian Royal House released a new film of the future Queen showing off her skiing skills as she, her younger brother Prince Sverre Magnus and their parents, Crown Princess Mette-Marit and Crown Prince Haakon, hit...

Princess Ingrid Alexandra of Norway raids her mother's wardrobe for her first public appearance

From the blazer she wore to visit the parliament, to the blouse she donned for her first TV interview, everything came from Mette-Marit, Crown Princess of Norway's archive. Tell me who hasn’t gone into their mother or father's closet and ‘borrowed’ a top here or a jacket there. It’s almost a rite of passage when you start donning the vintage pieces your parents may have held on to, not to mention the bonus points you get for keeping a circular and sustainable wardrobe.

Crown Princess Mary visited Koldinghus Castle in Kolding

On Saturday, 5 February 2022, Danish Crown Princess Mary will turn 50. The Crown Princess’s 50th birthday will be celebrated with a number of events including the opening of two new exhibitions. Yesterday, Crown Princess Mary visited Koldinghus Castle in Kolding to see the preparations of the exhibition "Mary and the Crown Princesses" up close.

The princess who will be Norway's second ever queen turns 18 on Friday

This content can also be viewed on the site it originates from. 2022 is a golden year when it comes to royals celebrating landmark birthdays. The Duchess of Cambridge turned 40 earlier this month, while Crown Princess Mary of Denmark and Queen Letizia of Spain will both celebrate their 50th birthdays later in the year. In Norway, their princess will officially come of age, as Princess Ingrid Alexandra turns 18 on Friday.
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Princess Ingrid Alexandra pictured in chic office ahead of 18th birthday

New photos of Princess Ingrid Alexandra have been shared by Norway's palace ahead of the royal's 18th birthday on Friday. The images show the princess wearing a smart black trouser suit with a white blouse and statement earrings, as she poses for the portraits on a cream-coloured sofa with patterned cushions in her new office at the Royal Palace in Oslo.

Crown Princess Victoria’s Very Own Royal Heirloom Tiara

Many of the grand Swedish royal tiaras belong to the family’s royal jewel foundation, not to one person in particular. But Crown Princess Victoria owns some tiaras herself, including this spectacular royal heirloom from Margaret of Connaught’s collection. Today, we’re looking at the way that Crown Princess Victoria...

Multiples: Crown Princess Mette-Marit

Crown Princess Mette-Marit has paired her raisin-hued felt calot hat by Mona Strand with six different coats to create several contrasting looks:. Look #1: With a deep eggplant dress and pale periwinkle wool coat worn October 25, 2005 on a state visit to the UK. Look #2: With a pale...

Princess Mette-Marit held video conferences with several organizations

On January 17, 2022, Crown Princess Mette-Marit of Norway held video conferences with several organizations. The Crown Princess first spoke with representatives of the Norwegian Guide and Scout Association via video conference. Afterwards, the Crown Princess spoke with representatives of the Hamsun Days and then with representatives of Kristiansand International Children’s Film Festival and finally with representatives of Amandus Film Festival via video conference.
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Crown Princess Mary and Princess Marie reunite for special occasion

Crown Princess Mary and Princess Marie of Denmark were reunited as they stepped out to mark a special occasion in Copenhagen on Friday. The royal sisters-in-law joined their husbands, Crown Prince Frederik and Prince Joachim, as they participated in the Danish Parliament's celebration for Queen Margrethe's Golden Jubilee. Crown Princess...

Queen Margrethe celebrated her Golden Jubilee with a private dinner

On January 14, 2022, Queen Margrethe celebrated her 50th year on the Danish throne with a private dinner at Christian VII's Palace at Amalienborg in Copenhagen, which was attended by her sister, children, daughters-in law and grandchildren. The Queen, the Crown Prince and Crown Princess, Prince Christian, Princess Isabella, Prince...

Japanese Imperial Family attended the New Year's Lectures 2022

On January 14, 2022, Emperor Naruhito, Crown Prince Fumihito, Princess Kako and other members of the Imperial Family attended the first ceremony of Imperial New Year's Lectures 2022 (Kosho-Hajime-no-Gi) at the Imperial Palace in Tokyo. Empress Masako could not attend the event because she was ill, but she plans to...

Crown Princess Mette-Marit held a video conference with representatives of several organizations

Norwegian Crown Princess Mette-Marit held a videoconference with representatives of the Norwegian Council for Mental Health (NCMH), Skamløsprisen, The Sorlandet Foundation, The Academy of Sciences Agder and FOKUS. The Norwegian Council for Mental Health (Rådet for psykisk helse) is a humanitarian umbrella organization consisting of 31 member organizations and institutions that work in the field of mental health.

Queen Margrethe of Denmark Golden Jubilee: Close look at ‘bejewelled’ Pearl Poiré Tiara

Queen Margrethe, 81, has been on the throne for half a century and is celebrating her Golden Jubilee today. On January 14, 1972, Margrethe succeeded to the throne at the age of 31, becoming the first female Danish sovereign under the new Act of Succession that allowed women to become monarch. Out of all her entire royal jewellery collection, Queen Margrethe’s most incredible tiara is her pearl tiara that has been in the Danish Royal Family for centuries.