Sport Mette-Marit from Norway: "My family is happy to have me out of the house"
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While other royal families like to keep their appearance on the outside,(47) thinks nothing of it, in difficult times to shut up. First the beautiful wife of (47) spoke quite openly about . Now the mother of three even publicly unpacks in her friend's podcast that she is currently getting on her family's nerves.
Modest on the outside, great on the inside: The video above shows how Mette-Marit and her family live.Mette-Marit from Norway: "I was obnoxious"
"You were definitely happy to finally have the obnoxious lady out of the house", admits Mette-Marit with a laugh, who was responsible for the recording of the Podcasts had to leave the royal Skaugum estate. "I've been really obnoxious the last few days. So I think it was good for her to have a break from me." One of the reasons for her bad mood is the ongoing corona pandemic, which of course does not leave the Norwegian royals and their everyday lives without a trace.
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Romantic moments stay behind at Haakon & Mette-Marit from Norway.
"Like many others, a lot gets on my nerves," says the Norwegian honestly. "I think a lot of people feel that their lives have come to a standstill somehow."
This persistent dissatisfaction also has consequences for her marriage to Crown Prince Haakon. Mette-Marit thinks at least. "Well, after a year of Corona, I don't really know whether we are still flirting as much as before," explains the 47-year-old openly. Mette-Marit and her prince celebrate their 20th wedding anniversary in August.
Crush! In the video below we show how Mette-Marit makes it clear to everyone that Haakon belongs to her.
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