Princess Ingrid Alexandra of Norway’s royal guest list for 18th birthday gala dinner revealed

Princess Ingrid Alexandra Norway’s next anniversary gala dinner will be a royal affair. The Norwegian Royal House revealed on Wednesday which members of the royal family will attend the celebration, hosted by the princess’s paternal grandparents, King Harald V and queen sonja, at the Royal Palace. Guest list for Friday’s gala dinner includes future queens Princess Catharina-Amalia from the Netherlands, 18 years old, Princess Elisabeth from Belgium, 20 years old, and Princess Estelle of Sweden, 10.

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(L to R) Princess Catharina-Amalia, Princess Elisabeth and Princess Estelle are due to attend the gala dinner in Norway on June 17

Princess’ godparents will also be present: King Felipe from Spain, Crown Prince Fredrick from Denmark, Crown Princess Victoria from Sweden, Princess Martha Louise from Norway and Mrs. Marit Tjessem.

Crown Prince Frederik will be joined by his wife Crown Princess Marywhile Crown Princess Victoria’s husband Prince Daniel and their young children, Princess Estelle and Prince Oscar, will also attend the gala dinner. Wife of King Felipe, Queen Letiziawas not on the guest list.

Princess Ingrid Alexandra turned 18 on January 21, 2022©Ida Bjørvik, Det kongelige hoff
Princess Ingrid Alexandra turned 18 on January 21, 2022

According to the Royal House, the fiancé of Princess Märtha Louise, Shaman Durek Verrett, will join her future in-laws at the event. Of course, the parents of Princess Ingrid Alexandra…Crown Prince Haakon and Crown Princess Mette-Marit—and siblings—Marius Borg Hoiby and Prince Sverre Magnus– will be at the dinner, along with a number of foreign royals, including King Willem-Alexander and Queen Maxima From the Netherlands, Queen Matilda from Belgium, Hereditary Duke William, Hereditary Duchess Stephanie and Prince Charles from Luxemburg, Crown Prince Pavlos, Crown Princess Marie-Chantal, Princess Olympia, Prince Constantineand Prince Aristide.

Princess Ingrid Alexandra celebrated her 18th birthday earlier this year (January 21). New portraits of the royal, second in line to the Norwegian throne after her father, were published at the time. With the photos, the Royal House said that the Princess “will carry out an increasing number of official duties for the Royal Family, but will focus on further education in the coming years”.