In the midst of royal duties and a planned trip to Germany, Crown Prince Haakon is publicly revealing his concerns about his wife Mette-Marit. How is the princess really?
Sola – Norwegian Crown Prince Haakon (50) is currently on an official royal trip and visiting the island of Sola. His wife, Mette-Marit (50 years old), was actually supposed to accompany him, but the Crown Princess was forced to cancel the visit due to health problems. How is she currently?
Norwegian Crown Prince Haakon explains the health of Met Marte
Mette Marit continues to worry Norwegians. Her chronic lung disease is once again to blame. In an interview with Build.de Crown Prince Haakon openly expresses his concerns about his wife’s health in Sola: “Unfortunately, the doctors have put her on sick leave. We hope she will be back on her feet soon.”
His diagnosis of pulmonary fibrosis was officially announced in October 2018 – and since then the 50-year-old’s health has been a recurring topic. The disease has long become a part of the daily life of a 50-year-old person. But there is hope: “She is also having good days and can still do a lot,” confirms the future king of Norway.
Mette-Marit not only had to cancel the visit to Sola, but also parts of the trip to Germany scheduled for the beginning of November due to her condition: “She has to make sure that she does not put too much pressure on herself in terms of her health. That’s why we chose Berlin. “I will attend the appointments in Hamburg and Munich alone,” explains Crown Prince Haakon, who is “particularly looking forward to the people” in the Federal Republic of Germany on the occasion of the upcoming trip.There is also excitement about Charlene of Monaco (45 years old), whose name the palace has changed. Sources used: Build.de
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