Things became quieter around Mette-Marit. Now the Royal Palace has provided a health update and says the 50-year-old will “be less active” in the near future. The Norwegian suffers from cystic fibrosis.
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- Norwegian Crown Princess Mette-Marit suffers from cystic fibrosis.
- The Norwegian Royal Palace announced that the 50-year-old man must now take a break due to chronic metabolic disease.
Norwegian Crown Princess Mette-Marit has been quiet lately. Only on August 19 did she celebrate her 50th birthday with her husband Haakon (50 years old) and family.
Her health condition continues to raise speculation. Mette-Marit suffers from cystic fibrosis.
Cystic fibrosis (CF), also known as cystic fibrosis, is the most common congenital error of metabolism in Europe. He adds that about 1,000 people in Switzerland live with this disease Association Cystischefibroseschweiz.ch.
Palast: “He will be less active”
On September 13, the Norwegian Royal Palace announced that Mette-Marit would be on sick leave for at least two weeks.
Crown Prince Haakon had to attend all royal appointments alone or with the help of his royal family.
The two weeks are now over and the Norwegian Court provides another health update.
“The Crown Princess will remain less active in the future and has no official program planned this week or during the fall holidays,” wrote the head of the palace’s communications department, Guri Farbey.
Mette-Marit’s next appointment is scheduled for October 13. Then the historic horse riding hall in the Royal Castle will be opened. The Norwegian royal website states that the Crown Prince couple will be present.
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