Crown Princess Mette-Marit (49) had to cancel an official visit. This was revealed in an official statement from the palace.
The interference is caused by side effects of medications she takes for pulmonary fibrosis, Slottedt adds. The Crown Princess was diagnosed with pulmonary fibrosis in October 2018.
During the visit, the Crown Princess had baked a cake in the car.
Stella was on her way to the Red Cross Women’s Center when the Crown Princess was interrupted. The Crown Princess is High Patron of the Red Cross.
This visit has been undertaken in view of the 10th anniversary of the Centre’s activities.
Se og Hør’s photographer on the spot can tell you that Mette-Marit was in good shape when she arrived at the women’s center.
The Crown Princess met some of the participants and was scheduled to meet a third group, but suddenly fell ill. Also, the photographer can report that the Crown Princess was in good spirits before she fell ill.
Pulmonary fibrosis is a chronic lung disease that sometimes causes great discomfort. The Crown Princess is being treated at the Rikshospitalet in Oslo.
In addition to the Crown Princess, the Mayor of Oslo, Marianne Borgen, Red Cross President Thor Inge Sveinsvoll, and Stella Center General Manager Elin Holmedal and a representative of Norwegian Training Action participated.
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