The heiress family of Norway attend the children’s parade with their new dog in front of their residence

The Norwegian royal family is happy to be able to celebrate Constitution Day, a national holiday, as usual. The celebrations had been canceled in previous years, due to sanitary measures. The National Day began with the Children’s Parade in Asker, attended by the heir family who attended the event with their new dog.

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A national holiday that resumes its habits in Asker for the heiress family

This May 17, the heiress family of Norway has returned to its habits. It is up to the family of the crown prince to start this day of national celebration, by attending the children’s parade in Asker, the town where Skaugum, the family residence, is located. Crown Prince Haakon, Crown Princess Mette-Marit and their two children, Princess Ingrid Alexandra and Prince Sverre Magnus appeared on the doorstep.

Norway’s heiress family on the doorstep of their home in Asker with Molly Fiskebolle for the first time (Photo: Robin Utrecht/ABACAPRESS.COM)

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From the stairs of their residence, the members of the heiress family watched the children’s parade. This year, a new member of the family was present. Molly Fiskebolle is the new heir family dog. Haakon and Mette-Marit gave it to their children for Christmas, after being heartbroken over the disappearance of Muffin, their former black labradoodle. Milly, who was Muffin’s mum, is still alive and also attended the parade.

Crown Princess Mette-Marit with Molly Fiskerbolle (Photo: Robin Utrecht/ABACAPRESS.COM)

As is traditional, Crown Princess Mette-Marit and her daughter, Princess Ingrid Alexandra, wore the bunad. This traditional peasant costume is worn during cultural festivals and in particular for the national holiday. The children’s parade consists of a parade of children from schools who take part in the celebration. No less than 130 schools sent children this year.

It is considered that in Europe, the Norwegian constitution is the oldest constitution still in force since its drafting, after that of San Marino. However, it went through several revisions, notably when Norway broke its personal union with Sweden in 1905. The constitution was adopted on May 16 and signed on May 17, 1814. May 17 was chosen as the day of national holiday in norway.

Nicholas Fontaine

Chief Editor

Nicolas Fontaine has been a freelance web editor since 2014. After having been a copywriter and author for numerous Belgian and French brands and media, he specialized in royalty news. Nicolas is now editor-in-chief of Histoires royales. [email protected]


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