- Crown Princess Mette-Marit has to cancel events
- She is on sick leave for two weeks
- It's not the first time she's dropped out at short notice
Here are some breaking royal news: For at least two weeks, all appointments will be canceled for Princess Mette-Marit from Norway. On Wednesday, the Norwegian palace announced that she and her husband Crown Prince Haakon wanted to travel through Norway from September 26th to 28th. But now, "Her Royal Highness, Crown Princess Mette-Marit, is on sick leave from September 13th on the advice of her doctor," as the palace have said.
The Norwegian palace is keeping a close eye on her
"The Crown Princess is initially on sick leave for two weeks, but this period can be extended," the statement continued. Fans of the royal family are seriously worried about Haakon's wife. It's not the first time that she has been out due to illness. And some are worried about a repeating pattern here.
The fact is, since 2018 she has been suffering from pulmonary fibrosis, which negatively affects gas exchange and circulation in the lungs. As Haakon revealed in an interview on the occasion of his 50th birthday, it was a serious diagnosis and "a chronic illness"...
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