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Princess Ragnhild of Norway. 1930s Princess Ragnhild was the first Norwegian princess born on Norwegian soil for 629 years.[8] She grew up at the royal residence of Skaugum near Asker, west of Oslo. During World War II, the Princess fled the German invasion of Norway with her family in 1940,[2] spending the wartime years in exile with her mother and siblings in Washington, D.C..

Princess Ragnhild of Norway. 1930s Princess Ragnhild was the first Norwegian princess born on Norwegian soil for 629 years.[8] She grew up at the royal residence of Skaugum near Asker, west of Oslo. During World War II, the Princess fled the German invasion of Norway with her family in 1940,[2] spending the wartime years in exile with her mother and siblings in Washington, D.C..

innovative attic interior work studio area house design

innovative attic interior work studio area house design

Prinzessinnen Astrid und Ragnhild von Norwegen, Princesses of Norway

Prinzessinnen Astrid und Ragnhild von Norwegen, Princesses of Norway

COMUNICADO OFICIAL: LAPRINCESA RANGHILD DE NORUEGA, HERMANA DE HARALD V, HA MUERTO

COMUNICADO OFICIAL: LAPRINCESA RANGHILD DE NORUEGA, HERMANA DE HARALD V, HA MUERTO

Crown Princess Martha of Norway with her 3 children (from top):  Princess Astrid, Princess Ragnhild, and newborn Prince Harald, the heir.

Crown Princess Martha of Norway with her 3 children (from top): Princess Astrid, Princess Ragnhild, and newborn Prince Harald, the heir.

Princesses Ragnhild and Astrid of Norway

Princesses Ragnhild and Astrid of Norway

Princess R of Norway

Princess R of Norway

Antique tin type photo.

Antique tin type photo.

Prinzessin Maria Francesca of Savoy, Princess of Italy (1914 – 2001) was the youngest daughter of King Victor Emmanuel III and Queen Elena, a princess of Montenegro.  Maria married Prince Luigi Carlo of Bourbon-Parma, who was a brother of Queen Zita, the Empress of Austria.

Prinzessin Maria Francesca of Savoy, Princess of Italy (1914 – 2001) was the youngest daughter of King Victor Emmanuel III and Queen Elena, a princess of Montenegro. Maria married Prince Luigi Carlo of Bourbon-Parma, who was a brother of Queen Zita, the Empress of Austria.

Crown Princess Märtha of Norway with her children | Flickr - Photo Sharing!

Crown Princess Märtha of Norway with her children | Flickr - Photo Sharing!

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