This summer will Princess Märtha Louise, Ari Behn and their three daughters move home to Lommedalen from London.
The family has lived in Islington in north London since autumn 2012. After two years they have choosen to turn their noses home to his house in Lommedalen- Bærum which they bought in 2003.
- Princess Märtha Louise, Ari Behn and family moves into the summer home to Lommedalen. The girls will begin at the Steiner school in Bærum this fall, says communications manager Marianne Hagen at the Palace .
Princess Märtha Louise and Ari Behn husband married in 2002 and have three children: Maud Angelica ( 11) , Leah Isadora ( 9) and Emma Tallulah ( 5).
The reason why they moved to London, was that they wanted the three children should learn English , and that they wanted to live abroad for a period before the children were teenagers.
When they moved , said Märtha Louise what she was going to miss the most, was the Norwegian nature and to be able to ski .
During the time in London has princess commuted to Norway to carry out her official duties.
The royal expert Kjell Arne Totland think it is good news that the family return home .
- This means likely that Märtha and Ari would seem more in Norwegian public. It is difficult to say anything about the reason why they return home , but it could have been a little hard for the princess to travel back and forth on her work and teaching. Moreover, they have also three daughters' schooling to be taking into account, says Totland to VG.
Source: NTB scanpix / Norway Today