A year of adventure in Oslo is over for 'Year 0'-the star Rachel Ellebye.
She has gone home to Denmark after having spent his sabbatical year in the Norwegian capital, where she has lived together with her boyfriend, Eirik.
Unfortunately for Rachel Ellebye is Eirik, who is a trained electrician, been in Norway. This means that they must have a langdistanceforhold.
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- This will of course be hard, but we have done it before. When I went to boarding school in Birkerød, he lived in Norway. We are sown on a regular basis, and we know how important it is to maintain contact, says Rachel Ellebye to Ekstra Bladet.
It is anything but a sudden decision, that now the pair must stay in each care country - again.
- the Plan has always been that we would stay together in my gap year. And you must remember that we are young. We go out and see the world and experience something, says Rachel Ellebye, who hope that having to read Spanish at University after the summer break, while her boyfriend must at the folk school in Norway.
Rachel Ellebye know what it takes to get a relationship to work at a distance. 'Year 0'-the star's parents lived at each end of Denmark, until the age of seven years in 2007. The other day they could celebrate the silver anniversary.
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- Finally, Eric and I lived in our country, sown we about once a month. We hope that we can again, " she says.
- What are you going to miss most by not having to live with Eirik?
- That there is one to come home to. A to eat dinner with or watch tv with. All the small hverdagsstunder, tells Rachel Ellebye, there is a briefly considered studying Spanish in Norway.
- But it's also nice to come home to Denmark. To my friends and my family. I had it really good in Oslo. I was happy with my job and have some good friends up there, but I missed Denmark too. The with out well, but home is best keeps!
Summer should Rachel Ellebye spend with his parents at the vicarage in Feldsted. But to august moving her to Copenhagen.
- I have just signed on an apartment in Copenhagen, as I will be staying in a half years. So I have plenty of time to find a dorm, because I would really like to stay in college. But it is really nice to have a place to stay to start with, she says.
On Monday I start with to take the driver's license. I need to take it from my old fritidshjemspædagog, who has trained as a driving instructor. I have always said that if I were to have a driving license, it should be with her, and the words I keep, laughing Rachel Ellebye. Photo: Jonas Olufson