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This Norwegian Princess Officially Opened The Park She's Been Working On For Over Three Years!

This Norwegian Princess Officially Opened The Park She's Been Working On For Over Three Years!

Princess Ingrid Alexandra of Norway just wrapped her first official project and it’s absolutely gorgeous!

The 15-year-old young royal was accompanied by her grandmother, Queen Sonja, for the official opening of the Sculpture Park in Oslo, Norway on Tuesday afternoon (September 17).

Ingrid had been working on the park for over three years and it features 12 sculptures, designed by children from all over the country.

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Princess Ingrid Alexandra’s Sculpture Park is part of the Palace Park and was a gift from the bank DNB on the occasion of the 25th Anniversary of the King’s reign in 2016.

You can also see official images from Ingrid‘s confirmation ceremony, which took place last month.

20+ pics inside of Princess Ingrid Alexandra of Norway at the official opening of her sculpture park…

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Norway's Princess Ingrid Alexandra Celebrates Her Confirmation in Oslo

Norway's Princess Ingrid Alexandra Celebrates Her Confirmation in Oslo

Princess Ingrid Alexandra waves to the crowd on a balcony from the Royal Palace in Oslo, Norway over the weekend.

The 15-year-old future queen of Norway celebrated her confirmation with her family and many other royals who traveled for the special ceremony.

Among the royal guests were Ingrid’s godparents – King Felipe of Spain, and Crown Princess Victoria of Sweden – plus Crown Prince Frederik of Denmark, Crown Princess Mary of Denmark and Prince Christian of Denmark.

According to Royal Central, the ceremony consisted of a “traditional worship with an extra prayer ceremony where the priests asked God to bless and strengthen Ingrid Alexandra through her confirmation, and she kneeled in front of the altar where the priest prayed for her and ‘told God’ that the Princess has chosen a life of Christianity. The Confirmation service is considered to be very solemn in Norway.”

As a gift for her confirmation, Princess Ingrid Alexandra received a traditional Norwegian national costume from King Harald and Queen Sonja.

Called a bunad, the costume is a reconstructed women’s costume from Aust-Telemark, and Ingrid Alexandra chose elements for the costume, and Queen Sonja took an active part in the project.

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Princess Ingrid Alexandra of Norway Celebrates The Country's National Day

Princess Ingrid Alexandra of Norway Celebrates The Country's National Day

Princess Ingrid Alexandra of Norway comforts one of the family’s dogs during Norway’s National Day celebrations on Friday afternoon (May 17) in Skaugum, Norway.

The 15-year-old royal was joined by her younger brother, Prince Sverre Magnus, as well as parents, Crown Prince Haakon and Crown Princess Mette-Marit for the event.

Pups Milly and Muffin going the fam on the steps of the residence for a photo opp.

If you don’t know, Ingrid will one day rule the country as its’ queen. She’ll be country’s second ever female monarch, after the 15th-century Queen Margaret.

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Prince George of Cambridge, Princess of Asturias Leonor & More Young Royals You Should Know

Prince George of Cambridge, Princess of Asturias Leonor & More Young Royals You Should Know

The world has always been obsessed with royal families around the world, especially the British Royal Family.

While Queen Elizabeth II, Prince Charles, Prince William, Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge, Prince Harry and now, Meghan, Duchess of Sussex are household names, the younger royals aren’t – yet, that is.

JJJ‘s put together a fun little list of all the young royals, many of which will one day rule their countries.

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Norway's Princess Ingrid Alexandra Could've Been Named Something Entirely Different

Norway's Princess Ingrid Alexandra Could've Been Named Something Entirely Different

Princess Ingrid Alexandra of Norway walks with her grandmother, Queen Sonja, towards the unveiling of new sculptures to her garden at Oslo Palace in Norway on Thursday afternoon (June 7).

The 14-year-old royal, who will one day be queen, revealed a handful of new sculptures, including a giant hand. The sculptures in the garden are designed by schoolchildren from all over the country.

Just recently, Ingrid‘s mother, Crown Princess Mette-Marit revealed that the princess could’ve actually been named Tyra Euphemia.

“We thought it was so special that we did not dare to do it,” Mette-Marit shared at “The Queen Yes” exhibition. Both names are of Queens of past from Norway.

Ingrid is also pictured below with her family during National Day at the children’s parade in Skaugum, Asker.

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