Crown Princess Mette-Marit: – Technical challenges on Instagram

Tuesday morning writes VG that Crown Princess Mette-Marit (47) has technical challenges on Instagram. Previously, the Crown Princess’ public profile has been open to everyone, but recently it has become private.

Guri Varpe, Head of Communications at the Palace, informs the newspaper that there are some technical challenges with the account, which they are working to solve.

BIRTHDAY: On July 20 last year, Crown Prince Haakon turned 47 years old. On that occasion, Crown Princess Mette-Marit had chosen to pay tribute to her husband on Instagram. Video: Instagram / Crownprincessmm. Reporter: Embla Hjort-Larsen
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Often shares photos

It has now been almost seven years since Crown Princess Mette-Marit surprised by acquiring an official account on the popular social media Instagram. That time, she shared a good old-fashioned selfie.

In the years that have followed, she has looked and often shared photos with her 302,000 followers from both her everyday life and official assignments. Especially during the corona pandemic she has updated with good words and encouragements to the people.

“Good Friday. Here are some pictures from here in this special time. With us, it is home offices, telephone meetings, homework, walking, swimming and routines that keep morale up, were some of what the Crown Princess wrote just after the pandemic hit last year.

TOUCHING: A clearly moved Mette-Marit and Crown Prince Haakon gave a speech for Ingrid Alexandra during the royal confirmation lunch. Video: NRK.
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More hobbies

On the same image sharing service she has also revealed that she is engaged in weaving. But that’s not the only hobby she has: Last summer she published a post in which she presented a homemade flower arrangement made of ceramics.

At the time, See and Hear royal house expert Anders Johan Stavseng stated that it was impressive what the Crown Princess has achieved as a beginner on the ceramics front.

– The first Mette-Marit team was a rose essay in ceramics, consisting of pink roses and green leaves. A bit of a masterpiece for a beginner, Stavseng said at the time.

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