Marius Borg Hoppe (25) became neighbors with his mother, Princess Mette-Marit and Crown Prince Haakon.
– Marius Borg Hoiby disposed of one of the houses on Skaugum Farm for a shorter period, writes the castle’s communications director, Guri Varpe, in an email to VG.
The house now registered to Borg Høiby is part of Skaugum Farm in Asker, southwest of Oslo – the private residence of the crown prince couple.
Crown Prince Haakon and Crown Princess Mette-Marit have lived in the main house on the farm since December 2003.
Skaugum gård is the sole property of the Crown Prince for all operations related to the farm property. Skaugum gård’s income consists mainly of rental income from twelve dwelling units, storage, farmland and pastures.
So it is one of these condominiums that the Hobby Tower now disposes of.
According to the public registry, the house is registered as a detached house with an area of 164 square meters and three floors.
– What does Marius Borg Hobie pay to get rid of these houses?
– We have no information about the special circumstances, writes Communications Director Farby.
In September, it became known that Burg Hobby is dating influencer Nora Hawkland, known among other things for the reality series “Love Island”, which was broadcast on TV2.
Check out the interview VGTV gave Haukland in September:
At the time, the two had been dating each other since April, which is what Hockland told VG in September regarding her romance confirmation.
In October, the couple appeared together in public for the first time, arm-in-arms at Alexandra Jonner and Ranner’s Missed Me Halloween Party.
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