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Old 01-11-2022, 12:08 PM
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Maybe the gala dinner has been postponed, but other engagements were announced .


"Her Royal Highness Princess Ingrid Alexandra will visit the Storting (Norwegian Parliament), the Supreme Court and the Prime Minister's office on 20 January 2021 in connection with her official day.

10 a.m.: H.K.H. Princess Ingrid Alexandra visits the Storting and is briefed on the National Assembly's work by Storting President Masud Gharahkhani.

11.15am: H.K.H. Princess Ingrid Alexandra visits the Supreme Court and is briefed on the court's activities by Supreme Court Justice Toril Marie Øie.

12.30 pm: H.K.H. Princess Ingrid Alexandra visits Prime Minister Jonas Gahr Støre and representatives from the government at the Prime Minister's office and is briefed on the work of the government and the ministries."

"21.01.2022 Congratulatory deputations Her Royal Highness Princess Ingrid Alexandra receives congratulatory deputations on the occasion of her 18th birthday. Their Royal Highnesses The Crown Prince and The Crown Princess will also be in attendance""


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Old 01-11-2022, 01:06 PM
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It's a good new. And it's an important event for Ingrid Alexandra.
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Old 01-15-2022, 03:32 AM
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TV interview with Ingrid Alexandra
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Interesting that gets more Events and celebrations then Elisabeth and Amalia although she is not yet the heir and so far only the Nr. 2 in the line of succession.

But then this is the scandinavian way of doing such things.
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Interesting that gets more Events and celebrations then Elisabeth and Amalia although she is not yet the heir and so far only the Nr. 2 in the line of succession.

But then this is the scandinavian way of doing such things.
Yes, in the Netherlands and Belgium, festivities like these or anniversaries are being dealt with in an almost "republically boring, colourless" way....
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Old 01-15-2022, 07:41 AM
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I'm looking forward to the 18th Birthday Celebrations for HRH Princess Ingrid Alexandra of Norway!
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Old 01-15-2022, 08:55 AM
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Dagbladet asked the Royal court about Princess Ingrid's upcoming 18th birthday if there would be gifted a heirloom or new tiara to her. The Royal court would not comment upon that matter.
Then the newspaper asked if the jewels of the late Princess Ragnhild was given back and surprisingly they confirmed that the royal heirlooms items and jewelry that the Princess Ragnhild had in her posession has been given back. They stated "giving back royal heirloom jewels and items after death is a tradition for over 100 years in the Norwegian royal house, and it was done also when Queen Maud and Crown Princess Martha died". They also stated the heirloom jewels are part of HM the King's private estate.

Therefore we can assume we soon will see some of these items reused by other members, like f ex Ingrid and Crown Princess Mette-Marit.
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Dagbladet asked the Royal court about Princess Ingrid's upcoming 18th birthday if there would be gifted a heirloom or new tiara to her. The Royal court would not comment upon that matter.
Then the newspaper asked if the jewels of the late Princess Ragnhild was given back and surprisingly they confirmed that the royal heirlooms items and jewelry that the Princess Ragnhild had in her posession has been given back. They stated "giving back royal heirloom jewels and items after death is a tradition for over 100 years in the Norwegian royal house, and it was done also when Queen Maud and Crown Princess Martha died". They also stated the heirloom jewels are part of HM the King's private estate.

Therefore we can assume we soon will see some of these items reused by other members, like f ex Ingrid and Crown Princess Mette-Marit.

Let's hop ewe will see soon some of them. But the statement about the Jewels of Queen Maud and CP Märtha is strange as both had only the jewels they had gotten as Wedding gifts or other gifts or inherited and then the Jewels went to their child/children.
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Let's hop ewe will see soon some of them. But the statement about the Jewels of Queen Maud and CP Märtha is strange as both had only the jewels they had gotten as Wedding gifts or other gifts or inherited and then the Jewels went to their child/children.
I agree. I think the paper wrote it in a strange way. But it was to confirm that all the royal jewels are owned by HM the King. It is indeed great news, to keep the collection intact.
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Let's hop ewe will see soon some of them. But the statement about the Jewels of Queen Maud and CP Märtha is strange as both had only the jewels they had gotten as Wedding gifts or other gifts or inherited and then the Jewels went to their child/children.
Also, their jewels went to their children, so it's kind of difficult to differentiate 'handing back' from 'leaving to'. And I wonder if this 'handing back' includes the pearl tiara of Princess Ingeborg. From all we know, this was Ingeborg's private possession, which she chose to give to her granddaughter and goddaughter Ragnhild as a present. It is kind of strange, that it has never been seen as a wedding tiara in Princess Ragnhild's family.
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I agree. I think the paper wrote it in a strange way. But it was to confirm that all the royal jewels are owned by HM the King. It is indeed great news, to keep the collection intact.
I agree, there will be quite a number of tiaras and other jewels for Ingrid Alexandra to use in the future. There are also Princess Astrid's heirlooms which will be handed back one day. And then there used to be reports that Queen Sophia's pink tourmaline parure was sold to the Norwegian RF by Countess Estelle's heirs. I wonder if that rumour will be confirmed soon?
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Also, their jewels went to their children, so it's kind of difficult to differentiate 'handing back' from 'leaving to'. And I wonder if this 'handing back' includes the pearl tiara of Princess Ingeborg. From all we know, this was Ingeborg's private possession, which she chose to give to her granddaughter and goddaughter Ragnhild as a present. It is kind of strange, that it has never been seen as a wedding tiara in Princess Ragnhild's family.

I agree, there will be quite a number of tiaras and other jewels for Ingrid Alexandra to use in the future. There are also Princess Astrid's heirlooms which will be handed back one day. And then there used to be reports that Queen Sophia's pink tourmaline parure was sold to the Norwegian RF by Countess Estelle's heirs. I wonder if that rumour will be confirmed soon?
I have a feeling we may see the Pearl circle tiara in the royal family. 1 the Lorentzens does not need a tiara (and they have never used it after Princess Ragnhild passed away) 2 we do not know what intensions Princess Ingeborg had? Maybe she gave it directly to Princess Ragnhild, but stated it should be a loan and to be kept for the royal collection in the future? I hope so.

If one read what Trond Noren Isaksen wrote, the Countess Bernadotte af Wisborg said to him, they first offered the pink parure to the Swedish royals which then contacted the Norwegian King who bought the parure. It would be interesting to see if this will be part of the future jewels of eiter Ingrid or Mette-Marit.
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I have a feeling we may see the Pearl circle tiara in the royal family. 1 the Lorentzens does not need a tiara (and they have never used it after Princess Ragnhild passed away) 2 we do not know what intensions Princess Ingeborg had? Maybe she gave it directly to Princess Ragnhild, but stated it should be a loan and to be kept for the royal collection in the future? I hope so.

If one read what Trond Noren Isaksen wrote, the Countess Bernadotte af Wisborg said to him, they first offered the pink parure to the Swedish royals which then contacted the Norwegian King who bought the parure. It would be interesting to see if this will be part of the future jewel
s of eiter Ingrid or Mette-Marit.
I think that the tradition of collateral branches returning heirlooms to the main line is a great one and a reasonable alternative to having to set up family foundations or trusts. The truth is that, in this era of slimmed-down royal families and a devalued aristocracy, descendants of collateral branches have little use for tiaras or parures, except perhaps in a few countries like the UK. And, in any case, most of the historical jewelry that stays in collateral branches ends up being eventually auctioned or sold to third parties that have no connection to the family anyway. In a sense, it is a waste then.
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Sometime again a Jewel expert told on the scandinavian royals MB that the Norwegian Collection is actually much bigger as it is known as many peaces are keept ijn the safe and are not worn. It is a pity that they are not as open about them as their neighbors in Denmark and Sweden.
As for a starter tiara for Princess Ingrid Alexandra i think the pearl circle tiara would be nice it was also handed back. I think Queen Maud's diamond tiara would be a bit big for a 18 old girl. It's a pity that the Vasa tiara is not available as this one would also perfect. Perhaps there is a little chance that Princess Astrid give's it to her as an 18 birthday gift, but i guess she will keep it herself as a light to wear alternative to her other tiaras.
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As for a starter tiara for Princess Ingrid Alexandra i think the pearl circle tiara would be nice it was also handed back. I think Queen Maud's diamond tiara would be a bit big for a 18 old girl. It's a pity that the Vasa tiara is not available as this one would also perfect. Perhaps there is a little chance that Princess Astrid give's it to her as an 18 birthday gift, but i guess she will keep it herself as a light to wear alternative to her other tiaras.
I actually have the same thoughts on a tiara. The Vasa tiara would be ideal, and it mught be that one, even though the chance is low. Given the number of historical tiaras in the vaults I guess that's more likely than a newly acquried one.


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Ingrid Alexandra gives an interview on the occasion of her 18th birthday.
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I think that the tradition of collateral branches returning heirlooms to the main line is a great one and a reasonable alternative to having to set up family foundations or trusts. The truth is that, in this era of slimmed-down royal families and a devalued aristocracy, descendants of collateral branches have little use for tiaras or parures, except perhaps in a few countries like the UK. And, in any case, most of the historical jewelry that stays in collateral branches ends up being eventually auctioned or sold to third parties that have no connection to the family anyway. In a sense, it is a waste then.
I agree. Jewellery with collateral branches pretty much always ends up being sold. The Norwegien tradition of returning following the death of the Princess seems to be a practical solution that allows the daughters and sisters of the monarch to be suitably bejewelled, and yet the jewellery does not end up being auctioned eventually.
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Dagbladet asked the Royal court about Princess Ingrid's upcoming 18th birthday if there would be gifted a heirloom or new tiara to her. The Royal court would not comment upon that matter.
Then the newspaper asked if the jewels of the late Princess Ragnhild was given back and surprisingly they confirmed that the royal heirlooms items and jewelry that the Princess Ragnhild had in her posession has been given back. They stated "giving back royal heirloom jewels and items after death is a tradition for over 100 years in the Norwegian royal house, and it was done also when Queen Maud and Crown Princess Martha died". They also stated the heirloom jewels are part of HM the King's private estate.

Therefore we can assume we soon will see some of these items reused by other members, like f ex Ingrid and Crown Princess Mette-Marit.
Good to hear that the jewellery has returned to the main line. I look forward to seeing it on M-M and I-A.
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"On Friday 21 January, Princess Ingrid Alexandra turns 18 years old.
The Princess has got her own office at the Palace, where these photos have been taken. In time, she will receive more official assignments for the Royal House, but in the next few years, the Princess will concentrate on her education."

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"On Friday 21 January, Princess Ingrid Alexandra turns 18 years old.
The Princess has got her own office at the Palace, where these photos have been taken. In time, she will receive more official assignments for the Royal House, but in the next few years, the Princess will concentrate on her education."

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She is definitely the most beautiful Princess and future Queen Regnant in europe right now!
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She is definitely the most beautiful Princess and future Queen Regnant in europe right now!
I think we could go further, she is probably the most beautiful future Queen in Europe at the moment!
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