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marian 07-22-2011 02:50 PM

Oslo and Utøya Attacks & the Royal Family
 
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tommy100 07-22-2011 06:26 PM

Oslo and Utøya Attacks & the Royal Family
 
Have we had any news about the Royal Family since today's attacks in Norway? are they save? have they made any appearances/comments so far?

Mermaid1962 07-22-2011 06:39 PM

The article in the post just about yours says that they weren't in Oslo today and are safe. However, to my knowledge, they haven't made any statements yet.:flowers:

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Originally Posted by tommy100 (Post 1290595)
Have we had any news about the Royal Family since today's attacks in Norway? are they save? have they made any appearances/comments so far?


Meraude 07-23-2011 02:21 AM

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Originally Posted by tommy100 (Post 1290595)
Have we had any news about the Royal Family since today's attacks in Norway? are they save? have they made any appearances/comments so far?

King Harald Friday evening: Kongen om terrorangrepet: - Våre tanker går til ofrene - VG Nett om Oslobomben

kongehuset.no - Oslo og Utøya

tommy100 07-23-2011 03:31 AM

translation of the king's statement:

We have witnessed horrific acts, both in Oslo and Utøya.
Our thoughts go naturally to those affected and their relatives.
Men de går også til statsministeren, som jeg har snakket med, - til det politiske Norge.
But they also go to the Prime Minister, whom I have spoken to, - to the political Norway.

We would like to thank all those who have helped to save lives, to rescue people out of this terrible situation.

Now it is important that we stand together and support each other. The fact that we do not let fear rule, but we support each other and get us through this terrible situation that we have experienced.

Kellydofc 07-23-2011 04:10 AM

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Originally Posted by tommy100 (Post 1290739)
translation of the king's statement:

We have witnessed horrific acts, both in Oslo and Utøya.

Our thoughts go naturally to those affected and their relatives.
Men de går også til statsministeren, som jeg har snakket med, - til det politiske Norge.
But they also go to the Prime Minister, whom I have spoken to, - to the political Norway.

We would like to thank all those who have helped to save lives, to rescue people out of this terrible situation.

Now it is important that we stand together and support each other. The fact that we do not let fear rule, but we support each other and get us through this terrible situation that we have experienced.

Thank you for the translation. I can't believe this happened.

Burzg 07-23-2011 04:16 AM

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Originally Posted by Kellydofc (Post 1290752)
Thank you for the translation. I can't believe this happened.

i can't too :ohmy:

Lady Felicity M 07-23-2011 07:58 AM

King, Queen and Cp seeing the family of the victims

sofajr 07-23-2011 09:06 AM

The King, the Queen and CP Haakon are visiting victims:

Kongefamilien møter de pårørende - NRK
Kongefamilien besøker pårørende*|* TV 2 Nyhetene

Renata4711 07-23-2011 12:36 PM

The King closed his speech with these words:

"Freedom is more powerful than fear"

LadyFinn 07-23-2011 12:58 PM

According to the website of the royal family, the queen, Haakon and Mette Marit will go to light candles for the victims at the Cathedral in Oslo today at 18.20 norwegian time.
The whole royal family, including Märtha Louise and Ari, will attend a service at the Cathedral tomorrow at 11.00

King Harald, queen Sonja and crown prince Haakon comforting the survivors and family members.
Daylife
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Renata4711 07-23-2011 01:04 PM

This website touched me.... It speaks of "Norway, freedom and trust".... Seeker

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Shetland islanders are in mourning over Norway atrocity (BBC)

Shetland (politically a part of Scotland) is 200 miles from Norway, with Norse and Viking heritage.

The Convener of Shetland Islands Council expressed his sympathy.

Knut Western, the Norwegian Chairman of the Tall Ships Races 2011, expressed his sympathy on behalf of Sail Training International.
The ships are in Lerwick at present, but they will continue to Stavanger in Norway.

Shetland has many historic links, e.g. during WWII through the "Shetland Bus".

Alex Salmond, the First Minister of Scotland, offered the Norwegian Government any assistance they may require.
Scottish Labour Leader Iain Gray sent a message of support and solidarity to the Norwegian Labour Party.

LadyFinn 07-23-2011 01:55 PM

Haakon, Mette Marit and the children lit candles for the victims at the Cathedal, with queen Sonja.
Kongefamilien gråt og tente lys for ofrene - adressa.no
Translation
Kongefamilien tente lys utenfor domkirken - Nyheter - Innenriks - Aftenposten.no
Translation

Kongefamilien tente lys for ofrene - Norge - NRK Nyheter

Her_Majesty 07-23-2011 02:12 PM

The King's speech:

– Friheten er sterkere enn frykten - Norge - NRK Nyheter

FasterB 07-23-2011 02:33 PM

Have you noticed that the website of the NRF are framed in black now? :(
What a strong way of showing support :( :( :(

PrincessKaimi 07-23-2011 06:46 PM

Good words from the King.

fairy tale 07-23-2011 06:47 PM

Kongefamilien tente lys for ofrene - Norge - NRK Nyheter
Picture 1 - Picture 2 - Picture 3 - Picture 4 - Picture 5

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Lady Oona 07-23-2011 10:28 PM

Mette-Marit and Haakon along with other members of the Norweigan Royal Family will attend a memorial service tommorow (today in Norway) for the 92 victims of the attack in Oslo and Uland. May God bless the victims, their families and the people of Norway and let them know that the thoughts and prayers of the international community are with them.

http://www.google.com/imgres?q=norwa...w=1366&bih=677
I dag er vi alle norske

rosou 07-24-2011 12:00 AM

Terrible facts! Very moving photos of the RF. My warm feelings for everyone from Norway at this forum. You'll have to be stronger than ever and don't let radicals, xenophobic extremists, ruin the democratic, multicultural society you've been building on the last decades. God bless you all.

Bine221 07-24-2011 12:02 AM

Sooo touching pictures!
Mette Marit crying nearly made me cry as well.
I am impressed how they were taking the children with them but explaining them the circumstances - not letting them alone. But involving the children in the biggest tragedy of their country.
What a wonderful contribution of the Royal Family after this dreadful news from Norway.
Bye Bine


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