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Princess Mette-Marit of Norway shares candid ski trip selfie with Prince Haakon

Crown Princess Mette-Marit from Norway enjoyed some quality time on the slopes with husband Crown Prince Haakon.

The mother of three, 46, shared a candid selfie with Instagram of the couple sitting comfortably by their ski hut, with the heir clearly in front of the Norwegian throne, 46, planting a sweet kiss on her head.

Mette-Marit wore black sunglasses and an orange woolen headband and wrapped her arm around her 18-year-old husband, showing off her sparkling engagement ring.

The exact location of the couple’s outing is unknown, but Mette-Marit hinted that the weather is not ideal.

Crown Princess Mette-Marit enjoyed some quality time on the slopes with her husband Crown Prince Haakon of Norway

Crown Princess Mette-Marit enjoyed some quality time on the slopes with her husband Crown Prince Haakon of Norway

She shared a second image of herself in a flurry of falling snow and wrote: “This is how happy you are to be able to see 10 meters in the wind here.”

The prince chose a bright blue snow jacket with orange accents and even wore matching sunglasses on top of his beanie hat in the photo.

Meanwhile, the princess was wearing a black puffer jacket with a purple and white checkered scarf to brighten her look.

The family is an avid skier, with proud mother Mette-Marit sharing an impressive video of her son from a previous relationship, Marius Borg Høiby, 23, who is skiing in Uvdal for Christmas.

The princess shared a second image of herself in a snowstorm and wrote: “This is how happy you are to be able to see 10 meters in the wind here”

It is not known whether Mette-Marit has skied themselves during their recent trip. In 2018, she revealed that she had been diagnosed with a rare chronic lung disease known as lung fibrosis, which causes scarring on the lungs and makes breathing increasingly difficult.

Although the princess does not seem to have slowed her down; she regularly shares photos on social media that show her active lifestyle.

The snowy pictures follow Mette-Marit’s apology in December for meeting pedophile Jeffrey Epstein on an unknown number of occasions between 2011 and 2013.

The meetings mainly took place in the US after Epstein was convicted of sex offenses in 2008, including applying for a child for prostitution.

Princess Mette-Marit of Norway and Crown Prince Haakon of Norway pose for an official photo of the Royal Court on January 15, 2016

Princess Mette-Marit of Norway and Crown Prince Haakon of Norway pose on January 15, 2016 for an official photo of the Royal Court

Princess Mette-Marit of Norway and Crown Prince Haakon of Norway pose for an official photo of the Royal Court on January 15, 2016

It is not known whether Mette-Marit has skied themselves during their recent trip. In 2018, she revealed that she had been diagnosed with a rare chronic lung disease known as lung fibrosis, which causes scarring on the lungs and makes breathing increasingly difficult. Although the princess does not seem to have slowed her down; she regularly shares photos on social media showing her active lifestyle (shown in April 2019)

It is not known whether Mette-Marit has skied themselves during their recent trip. In 2018, she revealed that she had been diagnosed with a rare chronic lung disease known as lung fibrosis, which causes scarring on the lungs and makes breathing increasingly difficult. Although the princess does not seem to have slowed her down; she regularly shares photos on social media showing her active lifestyle (shown in April 2019)

It is not known whether Mette-Marit has skied themselves during their recent trip. In 2018, she revealed that she had been diagnosed with a rare chronic lung disease known as lung fibrosis, which causes scarring on the lungs and makes breathing increasingly difficult. Although the princess does not seem to have curbed her; she regularly shares photos on social media showing her active lifestyle (shown in April 2019)

In a statement issued under pressure from the DN newspaper, a spokeswoman for the Norwegian palace said the crown princess was unaware of the seriousness of the Epstein crimes when they met.

It said: “I would never go with Mr. Epstein would have been connected if I had been aware of the seriousness of the crimes he had committed. I should have examined his past more thoroughly and I am sorry I did not do that. “

Epstein also drew fellow royal prince Andrew into controversy over their friendship.

Mette Marit was born to farmers in Norway and was a single mother by the time of her controversial engagement with Crown Prince Haakon in 2000.

Mette Marit was born to farmers in Norway and was a single mother by the time of her controversial engagement with Crown Prince Haakon in 2000. Shown on the national holiday of Norway in 2013

Mette Marit was born to farmers in Norway and was a single mother by the time of her controversial engagement with Crown Prince Haakon in 2000. Shown on the national holiday of Norway in 2013

Mette Marit was born to farmers in Norway and was a single mother by the time of her controversial engagement with Crown Prince Haakon in 2000. Shown on the national holiday of Norway in 2013

She became crown princess after the couple’s wedding in 2001. Mette Marit spent her government period on humanitarian projects while participating in official visits.

Her first official performance was during the Nobel Peace Prize at Oslo City Hall on December 10, 2000, following the announcement of the couple’s engagement on December 1.

She has a sister and two older brothers, including Per Hoiby – director of PR House First House.

Her step brother, Trond Berntsten, died during the attacks in Norway in 2011.

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