“Julefotografering” at the Royal Palace

On Monday, December 19th, the Royal Family came together for a special occasion: to take some family Christmas photos.

The photos were taken in the Red Lounge, where HM Queen Sonja read a fairytale to Princess Ingrid Alexandra and Prince Sverre Magnus. The little prince had some trouble focusing as the Queen read, turning to play with the ornaments on a nearby Christmas tree, fidgeting and holding back yawns. The Princess, on the other hand, listened intently, leaning her chin on the Queen’s shoulder as she read.

The photos and a video of the Queen reading to the children was posted online the very same day.

Watch the video on the palace’s youtube channel here.

See the pictures on the Royal Palace’s website here.

Source: Kongehuset.no

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