New photographs of Princess Ingrid Alexandra
New photographs have been taken of Her Royal Highness Princess Ingrid Alexandra in honour of the celebration of her 18th birthday.
The photographs were taken in the Upper Vestibule at the Royal Palace.
The Princess is wearing a diamond and pearl tiara that has been passed down from Princess Ingeborg of Sweden, who was the grandmother of His Majesty The King and the great-great-grandmother of Princess Ingrid Alexandra.
This evening she is wearing her great-great-grandmother’s tiara at the gala dinner being held at the Royal Palace.
Princess Ingrid Alexandra. Photo: Ida Bjørvik, The Royal Court
Princess Ingrid Alexandra is wearing the Grand Cross of the Order of St Olav and His Majesty King Harald V’s House order (portrait brooch), which were conferred on her by the King on her 18th birthday on 21 January, 2022. This is the first time the Princess is wearing the decorations. She is also wearing miniatures of the Order of St Olav, the Royal House of Norway Centenary Medal and His Majesty King Harald V’s Jubilee Medal 1991 – 2016.
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Celebrated the Prince’s 18th birthday
Today Their Majesties The King and Queen hosted a luncheon at the Royal Palace in honour of the 18th birthday of Prince Sverre Magnus. The Prince will turn 18 on Sunday, 3 December.
Family members, godparents and representatives of the Norwegian authorities and youth organisations are gathered at the Royal Palace today to celebrate the 18th birthday of His Highness Prince Sverre Magnus. Official photographs of the family were taken before the luncheon began.