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The reappearance of King Harald and the prominence of Sverre Magnus mark the celebration of Norway Day

Every 17 May is marked with red on the Norwegian calendar because it was established as a national day in 1814, the same date the constitution was drafted and adopted by the National Assembly in Eidsvoll. The official ceremony is presided over by the royal family, who came out to the balcony of the Royal Palace in Oslo in traditional garb to enjoy the parade of the armed forces and greet all the citizens who took to the streets. The act is marked by the reappearance of King Harald, the prominence of Sverre Magnus, and the absence of Princess Ingrid Alexandra.

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Just 48 hours before Norway Day, King Harald was granted leave. This was confirmed by Casa Real, assuring that he would still be on leave and that it would be assessed whether he could attend the festivities, as has finally happened. The 86-year-old monarch was admitted to Oslo National Hospital on May 8 for an infection to be treated and his condition was initially stable. “Fortunately, he is doing very well, and is now on his way home,” said Queen Sonia. In his reappearance, the Nordic monarch has shown himself to be very healthy, smiling and proud to be able to continue the tradition he has been following since 1938, when he appeared on the balcony with his parents. went out when he was only one. Child.

Norwegian royal family on National Day

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Transformation of Sverre Magnus

The ceremony begins with Princes Haakon, Mette-Marit and Sverre Magnus coming out to greet them at the gates of Skagum, their residence, before heading to the Royal Palace. Already at that moment, all eyes were on the youngest son of the heir to the throne, who was holding his pet, Molly Fiskebolle, a dog, whom he wanted to participate in on this national day. At the age of 17 (he has been with Princess Leonor for less than two months), he has left behind his childish image and has become a handsome young man with blond hair and a few centimeters taller than his father. . His public appearances are few, as he is dedicated to his training and is passionate about skiing, cycling and surfing.

Norwegian royal family on national day

Norwegian royal family on National Day

Absence of second in the line of succession

It has drawn attention that Ingrid Alexandra has remembered this tradition. The Royal House explains that the absence of the eldest daughter of Haakon and Mette-Marit is due to the fact that she graduated from the Elvebakken Institute this year and celebrated the end of classes with her classmates. “We think it’s great to see Ingrid and her friends enjoying themselves. As parents, we’re definitely looking forward to May 17 ending so we can relax a little more.” Are,” his mother said to Seog Hor the day before. As of now, she has not revealed the plans that the 19-year-old princess has for the next course. If he follows in his father’s footsteps, he might head to the UK for his university days.

Norwegian royal family on national day

Norwegian royal family on National Day

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