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what is these kind of hats that the Queen and the princess have?
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Old 08-11-2003, 12:31 PM
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what is these kind of hats that the Queen and the princess have?
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The hats are called "kokoshniks" or Russian festive head-dresses.
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Originally posted by Mandy+Aug 12th, 2003 - 3:56 am--></div><table border='0' align='center' width='95%' cellpadding='3' cellspacing='1'><tr><td>QUOTE (Mandy @ Aug 12th, 2003 - 3:56 am)</td></tr><tr><td id='QUOTE'> <!--QuoteBegin-Josefine@Aug 11th, 2003 - 11:31 am
what is these kind of hats that the Queen and the princess have?
Hello Josefine,
The hats are called "kokoshniks" or Russian festive head-dresses. [/b][/quote]
thank you for the help
why did they were kokoshniks
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Old 12-29-2003, 06:31 PM
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I just love Märtha Louise&#39;s dress. It&#39;s so extremely appropriate for the situation, and the kind of dress every girl probably dreams of.
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what is these kind of hats that the Queen and the princess have?

Hello Josefine,
The hats are called "kokoshniks" or Russian festive head-dresses.
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why did they were kokoshniks[/b][/quote]
It is not 100% correct that it is a kokoshniks.
Norway dont crown their king/queen anymore, but they are given somekind of
blessing from the church. There is also no other royal attending this service.
Therefore will the royal women only wear a hat or as the queen and princess a
diadem.
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Queen Sonja and Princess Märtha-Louise wore specially designed hats - not diadems. The Queen&#39;s hat had the form of a kokoshnik (a traditional Russian headpiece), but this has no further symbolism. As no other Norwegian Queens had been part of this ceremony, Queen Sonja could decide how she would be dressed. The hat was thus designed the way her Majesty wanted it to be desgned.
Both her dress and the hat had pearls sewn onto the fabric.

I believe these dresses were later donated to a museum here in Norway.
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Old 01-18-2005, 04:56 AM
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so how lonh has he been king now
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Why didn't Haakon wear any uniforms and orders. Strange, since Märtha did. He looked quite "boring", if you know what I mean. He should be dressed in uniforms I think, to match the rest of the family.

Princess Astrid and Princess Ragnhild also wore white dresses like Sonja and Märtha, so there were 4 beautiful white dresses seen that day. Anyone have pics of Astrid and Ragnhild?
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Why didn't Haakon wear any uniforms and orders. Strange, since Märtha did. He looked quite "boring", if you know what I mean. He should be dressed in uniforms I think, to match the rest of the family.

Princess Astrid and Princess Ragnhild also wore white dresses like Sonja and Märtha, so there were 4 beautiful white dresses seen that day. Anyone have pics of Astrid and Ragnhild?
The reason that Haakon didn't wear any orders or an uniform is that he wasn't 18 years old yet (he turned 18 June 20, 1991, the enthronement was in January if I remember correctly). And to wear uniform and orders you have to be of age. I think the same rule applies for girls and tiaras. And that's why he was "boringly" dressed.

And a little story from the tv-transmitted "pomp and circumstance" service in the Nidaros cathedral, CP Haakon had put his hat underneath his chair and he forgot to bring it with him when he left the service! I remember that it was commented in the media a lot.
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Old 02-16-2005, 04:27 PM
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was there no royal guests
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No crown, no royal guests... Seems a quite boring enthronement for me.

By the way, Haakon was a cute teenager prince.
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Old 06-23-2005, 12:19 PM
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Harald's enthronement ceremony took place fourteen years ago today at Nidaros Cathedral in Trondheim, on June 23, 1991.
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No crown, no royal guests... Seems a quite boring enthronement for me.
The lack of crown/coronation was done in a law from around 1906, where it put an end to coronations in Norway. Hence, no crown. The Norwegian enthronements since then have generally been much more low-key affairs, as, from time to time, there have been an opposition to spending much money on a very glam affair. That was the case with King Olav's enthronement, and since that was the first of them, tradition was somewhat created for the next there.
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Did any foreign royals attended this ceremony?
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So when Haakon becomes King this is basically what we will see :)
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