Princess Ingrid Alexandra of Norway tested positive for COVID – Royal Central
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Princess Ingrid Alexandra of Norway has tested positive for COVID-19.
Ingrid Alexandra, 17, is isolated in her family’s home, the Skaugum Estate.
His parents, Crown Prince Haakon and Crown Princess Mette-Marit, and younger brother Prince Sverre Magnus have also been tested, but so far they do not have the virus.
Due to their exposure to the virus, the crown prince’s couple will postpone the celebrations for the 20th anniversary of the foundation of the crown prince couple which were to take place at the family’s home on Wednesday. Crown Prince Haakon will also no longer participate in the landing of the royal yacht “Norge” on Monday.
In addition, the Crown Prince will also postpone his visit to UngInvest in Modum, which is also due to take place on Monday.
The princess is the first member of the Norwegian royal family to contract the virus.
Princess Ingrid Alexandra is the second to the Norwegian throne as the granddaughter of King Harald and Queen Sonja. She will one day succeed her father, Haakon, on the Norwegian throne. She will be the second queen of Norway.