Norwegian royals and Se & Hør
Se og Hør is a double edged sword IMO. On the one hand they obviously have great sources at the palace, better than any other press, but at the same time I believe they have a lower limit to publish a rumour. Like they said some months ago that Märtha was for sure pregnant again, then they had based their story one or two sources, the more serious press like Aftenposten or even tabloid VG would obviously have done more research before publishing that like a fact, and I even doubt Aftenposten would publish it at all until it was confirmed by the palace.
They have several time written totally wrong stories, MM wedding dress from Vera Wang, false pregnancies, false stories of how Märtha played for her house, once they said Sonja and Märtha had a fight about Ari in Märthas apartment whilst Märtha was actually abroad, wrong information about design of clothes etc.etc They also often lift stories about foreign royals from non Norwegian press and publish it even if it has glaring mistake, like that Felipe will choose 6 godparents for his daughter and that Haakon will be one of them (He surly will not be as he is not close family, and the Spanish only choose 2)
They also do have sensational covers that do not correspond with the actual story. Once they wrote "Mette-Mairt does like Pamela Anderson!!!" Just by reading the cover you would easily draw some conclusions about all sorts of things, but when you opened the magazine to read the story it was about how she wore long scarves just as all the other celebrities did that fall.
However sometimes they do get it right like Mette-Marits pregnancy, and they also are good at finding them in their private time because they pay the best for tips. However to treat information from Se og Hør as a truth all the time is not recommendable, and unfortunately Se og Hør stories often are lifted to foreign press and established as truths.