Queen Maxima and Princess Mette Marit in Tromsø

On April 4, 2016, Crown Princess Mette-Marit and Crown Prince Haakon, King Willem-Alexander and Queen Maxima of The Netherlands on boat "Vulkana" during their private visit to Tromsø, Norway.
Together with the Dutch royal couple King Willem-Alexander and Queen Maxima, Crown Prince and Princess went out with the boat "Vulkana". summer dress
Crown Prince thrives in Tromso area and in late April last year was princess at skiing in Oslo and at the beginning of May, they were observed at Statoil Nansenplass in Tromso , a few days later.
Among the guests who are on tour, including the Dutch royal couple King Willem-Alexander and Queen Maxima.
When Itromsø photographer was present there "Vulkana» was docked, accounting and princess enjoying themselves on deck and seemed in unusually good mood in Tromso.
According castle has not and princess no official program in Tromsø and is thus in the city with private program. diamond earrings, diamond tiara, holiday, summer holiday

21 comments:

  1. Does anyone know the handsome guy with beanie and beard? ;-)

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  2. It is Crown Prince Haakon...!

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    1. I meant the one with the fair beard ;-)

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  3. Haha... I thought the same! :)

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  4. Princesse héritière Mette-Marit et prince héritier Prince Haakon, mes préfs!

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  5. Is Mette Marit a traditional norweigain name or it can be trenslated? Marit is maybe same as Mary? Is here anyone from Norway?

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    1. Marit means pearl, it's a nordic form of Margareta (Greek Margarites). Mette means pearl and have strenght in the battle/fight. Mette is a Danish pet name I guess you could call it of Margareta.

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    2. Louise You are delirious , Shut up

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    3. Louise You are delirious , Shut up

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    4. (Lassie) you are right , Marit is same as Mary

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    5. (Lassie) you are right , Marit is same as Mary


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    6. Ano you are stupid try to translate this page if you are not nordic. Write Marit în the box and they will tell you what the name means and where it comes from. Then tell me that I'm delirious and need to shut up.
      http://www.norskenavn.no/navn.php

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    7. And țoale it easy for someone with less skills.
      http://www.behindthename.com/name/marit
      http://www.behindthename.com/name/mette

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  6. I'm from Sweden and as far as i know "Mette" doesn't mean anything. Marit could maybe be Mary. Yes Mette Marit is a traditional Norwegian name.

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  7. The name(s)are not traditional Norwegian names, of old norse origins such as Ingrid, Haakon, Olav, Harald and Sverre, but Scandinavian forms of Margrethe and Mathilde. Seperately both names are quite common, but I have never heard of any With the combination Mette-Marit before.

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    1. According to a norwegian page online there are 25 (23 before the wedding) that are called Mette-Marit in Norway. Read in a Swedish magazine that maybe she was named after a series of books from the 1950 about a girl called Mette-Marit Tande. Who knows ;)
      http://img.nrk.no/img/84837.jpeg

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  8. Marit is not the same as Mary - Mary is an English form of Maria or Mirjam, Marit is a form of Margarita/Margaret/Margrethe, which means that they are TWO DIFFERENT names.
    www.behindthename.com

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  9. Why is this blog allowing anon again? Do they miss all the mean and stupid comments?

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    1. I am grateful for that, Louise, because I wasn't able to create a common profile. I don't know why. Now I can participate again. That's great. Liv

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    1. Thank you, but I have been her all the time ;)

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