There is a known issue that the members of the various kongefamiliene have a calendar that is not similar to many others. They travel around the world on missions and represent their countries in several public activities year-round.
Apparently working royal seven days a week, but do they really?
The british royal website Royal Central has taken a dive in the scandinavian kongefamilienes calendars from last year, and the individual's workload shocks - say the least.Disease characterizes the workload
while our own head of the family, king Harald (81), impresses with the whole 140 working days in the year, there are others that stand out with far fewer.
It should however pointed out that the number of days that appear in the schedule, is work listed on the official program. Meetings and other office work is not included, printer the site.Stepped in for father-in-law: - Royal also need to work overtime,
Although king Harald, who turned 81 last year, working a lot, he must still see themselves struck with the six days of the son. Crown prince Haakons (45) workload has increased in the last year and according to the website he worked almost twice as much as queen Sonja (81) in the last year.
the Queen can look back on a year of 80 working days, although eight days more than the year before.
For just over two months ago released the Norwegian royal family the news that crown princess Mette-Marit (45) is affected by chronic pulmonary fibrosis. The disease makes that the kronprinsessen are going to have to limit the workload and its official program.
despite The fact the disease was Mette-Marit still on the job throughout the 71 days in 2018, according to the website.MET the PRESS: - Her royal Highness crown princess Mette-Marit has been ascertained a chronic lung disease that in the periods will be able to limit the exercise of her official program, it said in a press release from the royal family. Today met with crown prince Håkon the press after a school visit. Video: Per Ervland Show more Stepped up
When it comes to princess Märtha Louise (47) and princess Astrid (86), they participated only on familiearrangementer and had 15 days listed on the program in the last year.
The Norwegian royal family can look back on last year's efforts with a good conscience.
And while our own kongepar increased workload at the age of 81, his neighbors in Sweden and Denmark stepped down last year.
Queen Margrethe (78), worked 93 days in the course of 2018, while the Swedish king Carl Gustaf (72) can be ticking of 148 working days.the Disease attract attention abroad: - Refuse to open themselves in this way
See and Hørs kongehusekspert, Anders Johan Stavseng, is impressed with Harald and Sonja.
- While the monarchs of Sweden and Denmark, worked less in the last year, increased both king Harald and queen Sonja workload. It is quite impressive. The royal couple are both in their 82. year, and with peers friends have long since gone into the retiree ranks is our kongepar on at home and abroad, " he says and continues:
the royal couple have for many years made an outstanding effort. The last few years you have celebrated one anniversary after the other. Now is the time to step down, and let the royal couple relieve king Harald and queen Sonja.ALL: Both the king and the royal couple was present during the Nobel fredprisutdeling in the Oslo city Hall in December. Photo: NTB Scanpix Show more - Need to calm down
Kongehuseksperten is also impressed by the kronprinsens effort.
crown Prince Haakon has also increased the workload from last year. It is perhaps natural, as the crown princess Mette-Marit has worn with both krystallsyke and pulmonary fibrosis. But we cross the fingers that she soon is back in storslag, says Stavseng.Propped grandmother from the church
He also draws out the british queen Elizabeth (92). She has the last time left more and more tasks to his son, prince Charles (70), although she still sits as a queen. Stavseng believe that king Harald should consider such a solution in a greater degree.
Although kongsgjerningen is to keep your head fresh, it is also important to make sure the physical health, he says.
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Although The royal family in a whole come well out of the british nettsidas overview, however, there is one that stands sharply out.
Princess Madeleine of Sweden (36) has for the last few years living abroad with her husband Chris O'neill (44) and their three children, princess Leonore (4), prince Nicolas (3) and princess Adrienne (9 months)."Madde" breaks tradition again: - the Swedes are enough pissed off
The Swedish prinsessa, who currently resides in Florida, has previously created a headache for the swedes, especially to drop the various functions.
Princess Madeleine was just listed on the program nine times in the last year, and is therefore the scandinavian royal with the least workload in the entire 2018.
Sweden's princess did with nine working days in the year. The swedes are unhappy with the fact that she drops royal highlights as the Nobel. Now she has moved to Florida, and will probably show up less often and less often. The swedes believe prinsessa is lazy, and there one can almost understand, when one reads the figures, " says Stavseng.Beaming at the birthday party in the re-use