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Harald from Norway reappears with a heartfelt family message to congratulate the longest Easter in the world

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Harald from Norway reappears with a heartfelt family message to congratulate the longest Easter in the world

All eyes are on the British royal family and how they have handled the news of Kate Middleton’s cancer, but this would not be the only health setback in European monarchies. A little further north, in Norway, the Royal House is going through one of its most complicated moments after hearing the news of King Harald V’s illness at the age of 87. After several surgical interventions, The Scandinavian country has learned to live with the delicate health of its sovereign.

Now it seems that their condition is better and they wanted to show it by sharing a family photograph on social networks in which they send their best wishes for Easter, which in Norway is the longest in the world, since it extends to the Monday after Easter Sunday. Resurrection, popularly known as the second day of Easter. “The royal family wishes everyone a very happy Easter. The royal couple and the crown prince’s family met at the beginning of Easter week,” they said in their endearing family portrait.

In this reappearance of the king of Norway, his wife Sonia also appears behind him. Prince Haakon, Princess Mette-Marit, Princess Ingrid Alexandra and Prince Sverre Magnus. For the snapshot, the royal family has gathered at their summer residence which is located four kilometers from Oslo.

In a message that has become a symbol of the union between the members of the family, the magnificent state of King Harald has also been revealed. It has been a month since he was seen at any public event, so this image makes clear the great news it represents for the Norwegian people whose king has been able to cope with all the operations without much difficulty.

The Royal Household has a policy of being completely open when it comes to the status of its members. In this way, when the monarch underwent surgery on March 12 to have a permanent pacemaker implanted, they did not hesitate to make the news known to give the people both the good and the bad news. Since his convalescence, Prince Haakon has been in charge of presiding over public events. In the heir’s opinion, these issues should be treated with a little more care, thus demonstrating that he opts for a certain secrecy compared to his father’s strategy.

However, this would not be a silence at the level of that with Princess Kate Middleton, since last November Haakon spoke publicly about the delicate state of health of another member of the family: his wife Princess Mette-Marit. At 50 years old, he has constant medical surveillance because his delicate condition means that his physical capabilities are very limited. “He runs out of breath when he goes up a small hill,” the prince told the people of Norway.

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