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Dialogue 08/04/2012 James Chau talks with Crown Princess of Norway

08-05-2012 12:52 BJT Special Report: People Gallary |


Hrh Mette-Marit, Crown Princess of Norway married to Crown Prince Haakon of Norway. A Norwegian commoner and a single mother with a rebellious past, she was a controversial figure at the time of her engagement to Haakon in 2000. The couple married on August 25th, 2001at the Oslo Cathedral. As Crown Princess, she has championed humanitarian projects and the arts, as well as taking part in official visits at home and abroad. The Crown Princess is a UNAIDS Special Representative. The Crown Princess and her husband attended the International AIDS Conference in Toronto in August 2006 as part of this role, serving as Jury member to the UNAIDS family-led Reb Ribbon Award.

 

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