Leah Isadora Behn


Your Weekly Royal Edit


Embed from Getty Images


  • On August 26, Queen Margrethe received new officers from the Navy at Marselisborg Palace in Aarhus. Her Majesty greeted all the officers and congratulated them in a short speech.


Embed from Getty Images



  • Crown Prince Haakon travelled parts of the Norwegian Refugee Route to mark the 75th anniversary of Norway’s liberation from German occupation.

The Prince Haakon received an orientation on the historic Refugee Route between Oslo and Sweden from Guri Hjeltnes, the Director of the Center for Studies on the Holocaust and Religious Minorities, and Sigurd Stenwig of the Museum of Norwegian Resistance.

  • On August 29th, Princess Märtha Louise and the late Ari Behn‘s daughter, Leah Isadora, were confirmed in Jar Church (Norwegian Jar Kirke) in Bærum municipality, Viken county. The entire Royal Family was present.

Princess Märtha-Louise shared the next message:

“My wonderful and talented Leah Isadora had her confirmation yesterday. You looked so beautiful in your new “bunad”. I am so proud of you, my darling. You dare to follow your dreams and follow your intuition, you have inherited your artistic touch coming to light through Leah Isadora from your dad, grandparents and great grandparents on both sides. I love how loving and true you are with your emotions, I love your humor and your cheekiness, I love everything about you. Your dad would have been so proud of you and said that you are the most talented young woman in the world embarking on a journey of great fame and success. You are made for sharing your esthetic talent with the world. And with you in it, the world is just that bit more beautiful. Congratulations on your Confirmation, darling. I love you with all my heart.

Princess Märtha Louise of Norway


Embed from Getty Images Embed from Getty Images


  • On August 27, 2020, Crown Princess Victoria and Prince Daniel of Sweden visited Solna AISAB, the ambulance service provider in Stockholm region.

United Kingdom

Embed from Getty Images
  • The Duchess of Cambridge took part in a judging panel for the photography project Hold Still to select 100 images from more than 31,000 entries in her Hold Still photography Project. The project was launched with the National Portrait Gallery in May. Judges on the panel included England’s chief nursing officer Ruth May, director of the National Portrait Gallery Nicholas Cullinan, writer and poet Lemn Sissay and photographer Maryam Wahid.

The Duchess of Cambridge helped the selection of 100 final images from more than 31,000 submissions made to Hold Still. The final 100 images will be showcased in a digital exhibition to be launched from Monday 14 September. The Duchess wore a new printed midi dress from Zara.

Royal Bride

Embed from Getty Images Embed from Getty Images Embed from Getty Images Embed from Getty Images

Related Content

Thanks for Reading!!!


Share the Post!

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *