Princess Ingrid Alexandra and Prince Sverre Magnus of Norway to present their new labradoodle

Princess Ingrid Alexandra and Prince Sverre Magnus of Norway presented their new labradoodle on social media on Christmas Day the day after their public outing with their parents.

He (or she) is called Molly Fiskebolle. It is with a brown puppy in her arms that Princess Ingrid Alexandra of Norway and her little brother Prince Sverre Magnus wished, this December 25, 2021, a Merry Christmas to the Swedes in a message posted by the Court on social networks.

The newest addition to the family of Crown Prince Haakon and Princess Mette-Marit is a Labradoodle, a cross between Labrador and Poodle. A breed that the couple are particularly fond of, since they already had two Labradoodle female dogs, the gray Milly Kakao and her daughter, the black Muffins Kråkebolle. But the latter died of cancer in July.

Ingrid Alexandra and Sverre Magnus very attentive with their maternal grandmother

This official presentation of Molly Fiskebolle was made the day after Ingrid Alexandra and Sverre Magnus appeared under photographers’ flashes. The princess, who will be celebrating her 18th birthdaye birthday on January 21 – second in the order of succession to the Norwegian crown after his father -, and the prince, who blew out his 16 candles on December 3, went with their parents to the traditional Christmas service in the church of Asker, the municipality in the suburbs of Oslo where they live. Their maternal grandmother, Marit Tjessem, was with them, whom both of them, very attentive, took care to hold by the arm, he when they arrived, she when they left the place of worship.

To review: Ingrid Alexandra and Mette-Marit accomplices in the Christmas photos of the royal family

Unveiling the Christmas portraits of the Norwegian royal family on December 20, 2021, the Court announced the presence of the princely couple and their two children at this religious office. It had also been reported that the four of them would be spending Christmas Eve at Bygdø Kongsgård, the summer residence of King Harald V and Queen Sonja, located west of the capital, with them.

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