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The princess about his difficult upbringing: - I felt so alone

It was not in the cards, that the 47-year-old Märtha Louise should end as englehvisker, alternative therapist and author.

Almost on the contrary.

The Norwegian princess was born as the eldest daughter of king Harald and queen Sonja, but it is her two years younger brother, Haakon, who once intended to follow his father to the Norwegian throne.

Unlike her Danish counterpart - prince Joachim - she has chosen to come partially out of the royal family. In 2002 renounced her apanage and tiltaleformen 'her royal highness' instead to create his own work.

That is why she is in Copenhagen. Together with her friend and business partner Elisabeth Nordeng, she has authored the book 'Born sensitive', which is published in English on Wednesday, and the duo must do the advertising for the book in which they describe their respective lives as particularly sensitive.

According to the authors, three out of ten born as particularly sensitive. The concept covers men and women who are being particularly affected by moods, smell, sound, or light. Who has a rich inner life and a big imagination and that can be difficult to be surrounded by too many people.

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Perhaps this is why the meetings Ekstra Bladet her at the Library Bar of central station. Here is no people, and dark and 'koseligt'.

- We have not something in Norwegian, so it's just you. It is a very nice and simple, says Märtha Louise with a laugh to Extra the Magazine's reporter, who is used to a queen, who keeps anything more on the shapes.

She looks younger than her 47 years. Well-dressed with natural makeup and her hair gathered in a simple ponytail. She is smiling friendly and holding øjenkontakten, but her fingers are dancing a little nervously around on her knees, which is above the cross. The leg pointing away from the reporter.

Märtha Louise and Elisabeth Nordeng signed books in Copenhagen on Wednesday 28. november. Photo: Nils Meilvang/Ritzau Scanpix

The best advice for you, which are particularly sensitive

don't sacrifice yourself for everyone else, even though you can quickly 'see' the needs of others

Feel after, and take yourself seriously. Say no, if it feels right

Be aware to take breaks. Find out how to obtain the energy – whether it is to be in nature, read a good book, meditation or whatever, that makes you calm. Even download Märtha Louise energy by being in the barn and 'notice the smell, feel calm and be with the horses'


'B sensitive' is filled with very honest stories about Märtha Louise's childhood and youth as a princess. She tells about feeling completely wrong, because she was born as a girl. To big to fit in and make others happy, but at the same time have a bad conscience over the heavy thoughts because of her privileged background.

- In Denmark, we rarely have the royal to see behind the facade. How can it be, you choose to say so honestly?

- My experience with sharing things from life is that although we are different in terms of where we are born or in which family, so we can still recognize ourselves in each other. It is important to share the vulnerability, so that we can help each other, she explains.

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- what was The most difficult for me, as I grew up, was that I felt so alone and so different – so different from everyone around me, for there was no other who experienced the world, she adds.

How the royal family responded to her outspoken style, she will not go with.

- I'm not talking about what my family says, she says gently, but firmly.

Märtha Louise was as a child, convinced that she did everything wrong. Photo: Nils Meilvang/Ritzau Scanpix

There were many responses when she announced that she could communicate with animals and angels, and when she opened a engleskole, which has since been closed.

How would life have looked like if she had not gone its own way? Absolutely impossible to say, interrupts she, but adds:

- For me it was not right to get money of my father or of a rich man. It is perhaps a little different in Norway. And it may be, that also comes here in the next generation or the generation after it, I don't know.

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- Each country has its way to fix things, so it is just different, and each country is doing the best they can, she adds politely. Enough, she is not executive princess, but manererne consists.

- Is this something you have ever talked to the Danish royal?

- I do not say, what I talk with them about, she rolls fast.

The Norwegian royal family before Ari Behn (in the back t.v.) divorced from Märtha Louise. The pair stands with Leah Isadora and Emma Tallulah. In addition, there is crown princess Mette Marit and crown prince Haakon, queen Sonja, with crown prince Haakon, king Harald, Maud Angelica, princess Ingrid. Photo: AP

Märtha Louise has three daughters with her ex-husband, author Ari Behn. Maud Angelica at 15, Leah Isadora on 13, and ten-year Emma Tallulah. Also they live a life far from the powder.

- They have enough not a so special role, as you have here. They are more anonymous. They are very rarely for official events, and they don't get a public life.

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