Princess Mette-Marit Presented The 'Brosteinprisen' Award

Today, on February 8, 2016, Crown Princess Mette-Marit of Norway presented the "Brosteinprisen" Award (Paving Stone Award). (This award is given by Oslo City Mission to people who have struggled with poverty and injustice in the city and helped outcast homeless people. Petter Nyquist who is a photographer and television series producer was deemed worthy of the award this year. The award was presented by Crown Princess to Petter Nyquist at Oslo City Mission Place Cafe.)
Crown Princess Mette-Marit of Norway presented the "Brosteinprisen" Award (Paving Stone Award). (This award is given by Oslo City Mission to people who have struggled with poverty and injustice in the city and helped outcast homeless people.
Crown Princess Mette-Marit of Norway presented the "Brosteinprisen" Award (Paving Stone Award). (This award is given by Oslo City Mission to people who have struggled with poverty and injustice in the city and helped outcast homeless people.
Crown Princess Mette-Marit of Norway presented the "Brosteinprisen" Award (Paving Stone Award). (This award is given by Oslo City Mission to people who have struggled with poverty and injustice in the city and helped outcast homeless people.

9 comments:

  1. Very difficult subject, bravery to the royals for addressing this issue.

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    1. Mette-Marit have been a volunteer at this mission for years, sometimes what the royals do the press don't write about. She burns for people struggeling with mental health, sickness and addiction. A good interest in my eyes.

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  2. Princesse Mette-Marit: ma préférée entre toutes.

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  3. Two different worlds, opulence and misery !

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    1. Then it should be a good thing that royals address this! She might have married into it, but Mette-Marit does NOT come from a opulence background, far from it. With a father who was batteling alcoholism, she knows first hand what and who outcast people are and what they are batteling with.

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    2. @Anon 8:56AM Of course it is very right thing to do not only for royals.We all know about MM background.
      You didn't understand my comment!

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