King Harald will continue to perform his constitutional duties on Monday, after recovering from surgery

King HaraldPhoto: Simen Løvberg Sund, Det kongelige hoff / NTB
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King Harald has recovered from the knee surgery at the end of January. He will resume his constitutional duties from Monday, April 12, the Royal House stated.

The king was admitted to Rikshospitalet on January 29 and operated on the next day for an injured tendon over his right knee. The Royal House then stated that the operation was successful.

King Harald stayed at Kongsseteren in March, where he received physiotherapy treatment. At Easter, Queen Sonja and the king were at Prinsehytta in Sikkilsdalen in Jotunheimen, the royal family’s private property since 1924.

This sick leave is one of several the king has had in the last year and a half. In September last year, he was on sick leave for a period in connection with a heart operation, and in January last year, he was on sick leave due to dizziness.

Source: © NTB Scanpix / #Norway Today / #NorwayTodayNews

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