Queen Sonja's childhood home's restoration has been completed and opened as a museum

King Harald of Norway was hospitalized. Queen Sonja wore a pussy-bow floral-print stretch-crepe blouse, and yellow vest, and brown trousers
The restoration of Queen Sonja's childhood home located in Maihaugen has been completed. On September 25, 2020, The Queen attended the celebration held on the occasion of the restoration's completion and the ceremony where she was appointed as the honorary citizen of Lillehammer by Lillehammer Mayor Ingunn Trosholmen. The home has been opened as a museum which is open to the public.
King Harald of Norway was hospitalized. Queen Sonja wore a pussy-bow floral-print stretch-crepe blouse, and yellow vest, and brown trousers
King Harald of Norway was hospitalized. Queen Sonja wore a pussy-bow floral-print stretch-crepe blouse, and yellow vest, and brown trousers
King Harald of Norway was hospitalized. Queen Sonja wore a pussy-bow floral-print stretch-crepe blouse, and yellow vest, and brown trousers
King Harald of Norway was hospitalized. Queen Sonja wore a pussy-bow floral-print stretch-crepe blouse, and yellow vest, and brown trousers
King Harald of Norway was hospitalized. Queen Sonja wore a pussy-bow floral-print stretch-crepe blouse, and yellow vest, and brown trousers
King Harald of Norway was hospitalized. Queen Sonja wore a pussy-bow floral-print stretch-crepe blouse, and yellow vest, and brown trousers
Queen Sonja's childhood home was built in the 1930s in the residential area at Vinderen. The house was built for the Haraldsen family, and Queen Sonja lived most of her life there until she got married to Crown Prince Harald in 1968. Sonja’s childhood home moved from Vinderen to Maihaugen open-air museum in Lillehammer. The home has been restored like it was while the queen lived there between 1937 and 1968.
King Harald of Norway was hospitalized. Queen Sonja wore a pussy-bow floral-print stretch-crepe blouse, and yellow vest, and brown trousers
King Harald of Norway was hospitalized. Queen Sonja wore a pussy-bow floral-print stretch-crepe blouse, and yellow vest, and brown trousers

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  1. The text is a little wrong. Queen Sonja’s home was located in the residental area of Vinderen, Oslo, and her entire home has now been moved and opened up at the Maihaugen museum.

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  2. La reine est toujours aussi pimpante ; j'aime beaucoup les couleurs orange et marron qui est très tendance actuellement !

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    1. Maria from Italy9/27/20, 1:23 PM

      Maria from Italy
      Oui, j' aime beaucoup les couleurs aussi.
      Bright and so fashionable fall colours.
      Very chic and ladylike.

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  3. Just beautiful autum colours on Queen Sonja. Casual chic at its best.

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  4. Beautifully coordinated outfit in perfect autumnal colours. Love the Queen's expressions in the photos where she is receiving her honour from the Mayor

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  5. Not a mentioned that the King was supposed to escort her, but he was admitted to the hospital Friday morning due to breathing problems. Thank God everything seems to be fine. No covid., but he will stay at the hospital over the weekend ❤

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    1. Good to know that King Harald is recovering! I hope that he will still have many good years!

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  6. Queen Sonja looks lovely, the autumn colours are very becoming.

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  7. The Queen looks lovely. Her cape especially looks fabulous.

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  8. Lovely fall outfit, though a skirt might have been more appropriate than casual trousers.

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    1. Even autumn can get quite cold in Norway and at her age, it's probably better to just wear trousers when it's cold.

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  9. She looks good in autumn colours and swirly capes. I’m glad she’s wearing trousers to keep warm. I wish Q. Elizabeth would do the same, but I guess after all these years in dresses and coats it’s unlikely. (V.M.)

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