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norwegianne 01-21-2004 07:38 AM

Princess Ingrid Alexandra News and pictures: January 2004 - May 2005
The new princess is the 50 555 citizen of Asker.

She is the fifth generation Norwegian Royal.

Her grandfather is Harald the fifth.

That's a lot of 5's...

moby 01-21-2004 08:05 AM

cool that's a good number in feng shui:

Number #5
You may feel you are all alone, in this world. Take this as a blessing and look back at the recent past. It is time to deal with the changes that have taken place in the recent past. This exercise will be a valuable source of inspiration and understanding if you do this around the 10th. Tread cautiously. Avoid haste to stay out of trouble.

Bold, daring, and persuasive. Enjoys the finer things. Restlessness to the point of boredom, Easily side-tracked. To search for new opportunities. Take chances. Try it all. Public figure, media, develop new idea for small business. (what about ruling a kingdom?? ;) )

samitude 07-06-2004 06:58 PM

Here's the new thread for news and pictures of HRH Princess Ingrid Alexandra of Norway.

norwegianne 08-26-2004 04:26 PM

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Some pictures from the photo-shoot at Skaugum. All pictures credited Scanpix.

In my opinion, Ingrid Alexandra does not need to grow up to be quite the charmer... she is one already. It's going to be interesting to watch the process of her growing up.

carlota 08-26-2004 04:32 PM

cute ingrid alex

with mum:
with daddy:
with little marius:
funny face:

norwegianne 08-26-2004 04:35 PM /NTB

Family photo-shoot at Skaugum.
Young Ingrid Alexandra smiled satisfied, but she probably did not understand what was going on when the Crown Prince family arranged the family photo-shoot at Skaugum Thursday afternoon.

In honour of the photographers the family played a game of croquet on the lawn in front of the main building, but the little princess had to watch it all
from her position on her father's arm.

Ingrid Alexandra, who turned seven months old a couple of days ago, officially posed for the first time after her christening in front of 15 photographers, the day after her parents' three year anniversary.

Big brother Marius proudly showed everyone how good he has become at cycling, but his little sister was more interested in his helmet.

Ingrid Alexandra smiled to the photographers, mostly, but was angry when someone wanted to take away her teddy bear. According to Crown Princess Mette-Marit the little princess looks very much like her father, especially when she wrinkles her nose. She [Ingrid Alexandra] was also very occupied with chewing on stuff, but has as of yet no teeth to chew with, Mummy told the press.

carlota 08-26-2004 04:43 PM

a video of the photo shot that a poster called hans-e posted in other forum.

Angel S. 08-26-2004 05:15 PM

so cute
Wow, this kid is cute! and such personality!!

lucys 08-26-2004 06:22 PM

Both of these children are beautiful, not just kid cute, but out of the ordinary beautiful, IMO.

Alexandria 08-26-2004 07:39 PM

Love these pictures! Ingrid Alexandra is too cute for words, especially the pictures of her scrunching her nose. She does bear a very striking resemblance to Haakon as a baby. A very lovely family.

In the interview did either Haakon or Mette-Marit say that they've resolved what/how to address their daughter yet yet? During the first photo shoot with the family after Ingrid Alexandra's birth (Mette-Marit wore a grey sweater and skirt), Haakon was calling her by her full name and Mette-Marit was calling her Ingrid.

akina21 08-26-2004 07:58 PM

Ingrid Alexandra smiled to the photographers, mostly, but was angry when someone wanted to take away her teddy bear.

One does not take teddy bears away of little children . It`s a serious crime. I hope there is some kind of law against this ;-).

Larzen 08-27-2004 02:26 AM

Striking similarity with dad as a child

liliawodna 08-27-2004 09:18 AM

Oh look, the baby princess!
The youngest member of the Norwegian Royal family, Princess Ingrid Alexandra, smiled gaily when the Crown Prince family met the press for a photo session.

Just to please the photographers, the family played a round of crocket on the lawn in front of the main house at Skaugum, but the little princess had to learn by watching as her father held her.

Princess Alexandra, who is seven months old, participated in her first official photo shoot in front of about 15 photographers after her christening, followed by a new session the day after in connection with her parents? third anniversary.

While her big brother Marius proudly demonstrated how good he was at bicycling, Ingrid Alexandra was much more interested in his bicycle helmet.

Ingrid Alexandra smiled to the photographers most of the time, but became angry when someone wanted to take away her teddy bear. According to Crown Princess Mette-Marit, the baby princess looks like her daddy, especially when she wrinkles her nose. She is also very fund of chewing on everything she can get her hands on, but has not gotten any teeth yet, said her mother.

liliawodna 08-27-2004 09:22 AM

Ingrid Alexandra's pictures

Jackswife 08-27-2004 11:04 AM


Originally Posted by liliawodna

Ingrid Alexandra smiled to the photographers most of the time, but became angry when someone wanted to take away her teddy bear.

They may be royal babies but they're still babies LOL! She looks more like Haakon every time I see her-she's so precious and sweet. Thanks for these great pictures: they really put a smile on my face.

karla64 08-27-2004 12:07 PM

Nice picture... Princess Ingrid look like her mother... Great picture...


liliawodna 08-27-2004 12:21 PM

Four little princesses with historic futures (Hello!)
Royal circles have experienced a baby boom of sorts in the past few years, with one history-making consequence ? a corresponding boom in future queens by birth.

No fewer than three European countries ? Norway, Belgium and the Netherlands ? have welcomed first-born females since 2001, and Japan's little Princess Aiko may grow up to be the Chrysanthemum Throne's new empress.

Princess Ingrid Alexandra of Norway, born in January to Crown Prince Haakon and Princess Mette-Marit, is the youngest of Europe's future queens, and has a special status as Norway's first ever female heir to the throne.

Proud papa Haakon could not contain his thrill at his baby Ingrid's arrival, calling her "the finest, most beautiful little girl in the world" and dubbing her birth as a "powerful and wonderful experience".

In the Netherlands, males and females have equal rights to accession as well, so when Crown Prince Willem-Alexander and his wife Princess Maxima presented their first-born in 2003, the Dutch public was also meeting a tiny tot who would one day be their queen.

"Although many babies are born each day," said Willem of Princess Catharina-Amalia, "we believe this is the most beautiful baby in the world."

A recent Belgian law granted equal inheritance rights to both sexes, meaning Princess Elisabeth, daughter of Crown Prince Philippe and his wife Princess Mathilde, is set to become the first queen to ascend to Belgium's throne in modern history. "I hope my daughter will be a great queen,? said Philippe. ?But first of all, a great woman."

Significantly more controversial was the 2001 birth of Japan's Princess Aiko, the only child of Crown Prince Naruhito and his wife Princess Masako, which sparked a debate in Japan over the country?s male-only law of succession.

The couple spent eight years trying for a baby ? and suffered one miscarriage ? before Aiko's arrival, giving rise to talk that Naruhito would work to change the constitution so that his daughter can become the country's first empress in 250 years. Sources at the strict and male-dominated Imperial Household have expressed concern about such a change.

However, the fact that the crown princess, now 40, is suffering from mental distress in part because of pressure to produce a male heir, has further pushed the issue to the forefront.

And readers have made their feelings more than clear.

Our recent poll on this subject showed that 95 per cent of you - 2,853 votes to 136 - feel that the Japanese Constitution should simply be changed, so that one day, Aiko can take her place among the monarchs of the world.

Lily1976 08-27-2004 02:10 PM

I absolutely agree with you! They are both adorable!!!

princessvalondra 08-27-2004 09:17 PM


Originally Posted by Larzen
Striking similarity with dad as a child

Oh my gosh she looks so much like him! haha. Thanks for that link.

Hey just a quick note- I've started a Yahoo! group dedicated to Ingrid. It's called HRHIngridAlexandraOfNorway. New members are always welcomed!

ILoveCristina 09-05-2004 02:30 AM

what a cutie!! how loving her parent's and Maruis look in the photos!

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