I find Scanpix pictures in various places such as www.vgnett.no or www.aftenposten.no or www.dagbladet.no where they have been acknowlegded as such. I don't know of a specific place where to find them. I think certain newspapers use Scanpix but I can't be sure. Sorry I can't be of any more help that. :(
1) GETTY IMAGES - Crown Prince Haakon of Norway and Crown Princess Mette Marit are on the way to wedding celebrations January 31, 2002 in Amsterdam, Netherlands. The royals will attend a dinner party hosted by Dutch Crown Prince Willem Alexander and Argentine Maxima Zorreguieta. Maxima and Willem Alexander will marry February 2, 2002.
2) GETTY IMAGES - Haakon and Crown Princess Mette-Marit (L) prepare to snowboard on Lillehammer January 5, 2002 in Kvitfjell, Norway. They stayed at the royal residence Maihaugen. Their good friend Morten Andreassen played the role as Mette-Marits "snowboarding instructor." Haakon looked a bit more relaxed than she did.
3) GETTY IMAGES - Norwegian Crown Prince Haakon and his wife Mette Marit attend the celebration of Norwegian Princess Martha Louise's 30th birthday September 22, 2001 in Bergen, Norway.
GETTY IMAGES - Crown Prince Haakon and his fiancee Mette-Marit Tjessem Hoeiby attend the Nye Theater April 3, 2001 in Oslo, Norway. The two attended the theater with King Harald and Queen Sonja. The citizens of Norway could vote in a referendum in 2005 that will determine the future of the Norwegian Monarchy. Fifty one percent of the population favor the referendum. When asked to choose their favorite person in the Royal Family, twenty seven percent favored King Harald, twenty four percent liked Crown Prince Haakon and twenty three percent felt strongly about Princess Martha Louise.
GETTY IMAGES - Mette-Marit Tjessem Hoiby, left, with her fiancee Crown Prince Haakon of Norway, makes her first appearance with the rest of Norway's royal family at a traditional royal event called Holmenkollen, March 11, 2001 in Oslo, Norway. Mette-Marit will marry Crown Prince Haakon in August and is steadily showing up at official events that feature a royal presence.