Crown Princess Mette-Marit: “We should not fear life, it is a gift”


Whe's reading a crown princess? And how? Noble classics on yellowed paper sitting in a chair or traveling, with e-book in the bag? With such thoughts in mind, we enter the bright room at Gut Skaugum, the private residence of the Crown Prince and Queen, southwest of Oslo. I.K.H. Crown Princess Mette-Marit welcomes us, barefoot and cheerful. On the table are William Shakespeare's “Richard III.” And “Homeland,” the book she has just edited. WORLD: Your Royal Highness, You've been advocating literature for years. A simple question at the beginning: Do you remember the first book you read?

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