Princess Ingrid Alexandra received a Budnad as her confirmation gift

Princess Ingrid Alexandra.Photo: Lise Åserud / NTB scanpix
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Princess Ingrid Alexandra confirms herself Saturday that she received a Budnad from the royal couple. The National costume comes from East Telemark, where the Queen’s National Costume comes from.

The Princess will wear this during her confirmation and is a reconstructed women’s costume from East Telemark as it was designed in the period 1800-1850. The princess herself has chosen sub-elements for the bunad, informs Castle.

Queen Sonja has also taken an active part in the costume project with her 15-year-old granddaughter. She herself has costume from East Telemark.

The costumes from Eastern Telemark are available in several variants, including a variant with embroidery called the princess pattern.

On May 17 this year, the princess wore a Bunad from Vest-Agder, Crown Princess Mette-Marit’s home county.

Royal guests from Sweden and Denmark
15-year-old princess Ingrid Alexandra has followed the confirmation teaching in the Asker congregation. The Confirmation service is to be held at the Palace Chapel on Saturday. Oslo Bishop Kari Veiteberg and a priest from the Bishop’s Meeting, Helga Haugland Byfuglien, will begin the procession.

After the service, the royal couple will have lunch at the Castle.

The entire guest list for the confirmation is not known, but it is confirmed that both the Danish and Swedish royal houses will be represented.

From Sweden comes Crown Princess Victoria. From Denmark comes Crown Prince Frederik, Crown Princess Mary and their 13-year-old son Prince Christian, who is almost as old as Ingrid Alexandra.

Greeting Protocol
In connection with the day of confirmation, the Norwegian people are given the opportunity to congratulate the princess. A congratulation protocol will be posted at the Palace on Friday. Here the audience will be able to sign from 15:00 to 18:00.

Those who do not have the opportunity to visit the Palace in Oslo have the opportunity to congratulate the princess on a protocol on the Royal House website from Friday to Sunday.

© NTB Scanpix / #Norway Today

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