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The Universal Magazine

Mixed Royal Wedding in Norway

Princess Märtha Louise and her future husband

King Harald V and Queen Sonja of Norway have expressed their joy for the summer wedding of their daughter, Princess Märtha Louise, in the majestic fjord of Geiranger, a site listed as a UNESCO World Heritage Site. The king shared his optimism for the event that will take place in a spectacular setting.

The location was already part of the silver wedding cruise of the royal family’s sovereigns in 1993, thus marking a tradition of celebrations in iconic settings. Queen Sonja was delighted with the choice, anticipating an event that will highlight the beauty of Norway.

The Hotel Union in Geiranger, known for its discreet luxury, will serve as the setting for the reception, capable of accommodating up to 500 guests. The palace has assured that the costs will not be borne by taxpayers.

However, questions remain about the blessing of the marriage, given the beliefs of the groom, who claims to be a reincarnation of a pharaoh. Princess Märtha Louise, known for her communications with angels and fourth in the line of succession, has maintained her position despite criticism from various sectors, including ecclesiastical.

With potential guests including European crowned heads and celebrities like Gwyneth Paltrow, the wedding promises to be a mix of royal tradition and modernity. It remains to be seen who among the notables will make the journey to this place steeped in history and spirituality.