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Although 2005 was the centennial of Norway’s full independence, the country’s constitution dates back further. It was, in fact, adopted at Eidsvoll on 17 May 1814. The celebrations commemorating this event centre around the children, with school bands leading processions of children waving flags all over Norway.

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See the first photos of Leah Isadora, the second daughter of Princess Märtha Lousie and her husband Ari Behn. Leah Isadora was born at home on April 8 at 8.20am

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HRH Princess Ingrid Alexandra’s birthday on 21 January has been included as an official flag day in the flag regulations.  The princess is second in line for the throne

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April 17 is the date set for the christening of Princess Ingrid Alexandra, daughter to Crown Prince Haakon and Crown Princess Mette-Marit, Aftenposten writes.

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The Royal Palace has announced that Crown Princess Mette-Marit and Crown Prince Haakon are expecting their second child in December, which means that Princess Ingrid Alexandra will have a new baby brother or sister

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The Norwegian Princess Märtha Louise and her husband Ari Behn have decided to name their second daughter Leah Isadora Behn. She was born at home on April 8 at 8.20am

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The joyous event took place in the chapel inside Norway's Royal Palace on 17 April. The little Princess, who cried during much of the ceremony, wore the same christening gown that her late great-grandfather, King Olav V, wore in 1903, Aftenposten reports.

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At an extraordinary meeting of Norway's cabinet ministers on Thursday, the name of the newborn heir to the throne was revealed. The daughter of Crown Prince Haakon and Crown Princess Mette-Marit will be called Ingrid Alexandra, a name with regal resonance, Aftenposten writes.

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