Norway Today

Wed, 25 Nov 2015

Street magazine sold to the Queen

Norway Today
Ann Vigdis Myhre (49) had decided in advance. She was going to hijack a royal customer in Tromsø.

Photo: Queen Sonja buys street fair magazine of selling Ann Myhre Vigdis the city walk in Tromsø Wednesday. King Harald and Queen Sonja has hosted the Swedish royal couple who ended his two-day official visit to Norway in Tromsø.


With firm and determined voice, she offered street fair magazine for royal city walks in Sorgata. Queen Sonja was the one that was struck.

How are sales? wondered queen who refused to get the magazine as a gift, and who also had papers ready for magazine seller.

 It surprised the steadfast seller, who got NOK 50 in royal gratuities.
 Normally, people do not carry money in their wallet today. They have only credit cards. But when the queen came up, I thought that this will work out after all. It shows a popular royalty are and that they take time to talk to the audience , says Ann Kristin . The successful street sales occurred during the conclusion of the official visit King Carl Gustaf and Queen Silvia has conducted over two days in Harstad and Tromsø.
Warm ending Mild winds from the east and the sun in between was  created a nice frame for the big people turnout in the city center. Before parting and open buggy ride with farm horse Blackie, did the royals get a taste of what Tromso could offer of culinary, artistic and tourist destination.
A group of youthful acrobatics circus students  formed hanging from a crane . And before departure from Tromsø to Queen Silvia reveal that the visit of Northern Norway had fallen in good taste. - It's a little too soon for us to be back, 'said the Queen hit the Royal Yacht Norway.


Source: NTB scanpix / Norway Today 

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