Princess Ingrid Alexandra of Norway is the eldest of Prince Haakon and Princess Mette-Marit. She is second in line to succeed her grandfather, King Harald V. She has a younger brother, Prince Sverre Magnus, whom she ranks above in the line of succession due to the exercise of absolute ownership in the year. 1990. A member of the Glücksburg House of Representatives, she is expected to become the second woman in charge of the country, after Queen Margaret in the 15th century
|Born||January 21, 2004, The National Hospital, Oslo, Norway|
|Father||Haakon, Crown Prince of Norway|
|Mother||Mette-Marit Tjessem Høiby|
|IMDb||Princess Ingrid Alexandra's IMDb|
At the time of her birth, Princess Ingrid Alexandra of Norway, a member of the House of Glucksburg, was declared second in line to her grandfather's throne.
Early in her life, she made headlines by attending a public school rather than one of the private institutions where members of royalty were typically educated.
She was born in a position to become her country's second female regent (Queen Margaret, the first woman to preside over Norway, ruled in the Fifteenth Century).
She was born to Crown Prince Haakon of Norway and his wife, Crown Princess Mette-Marit. She grew up with an older half-brother (her mother's first child) named Marius Borg Hoiby and a younger brother named Sverre Magnus.
Her grandparents are Queen Sonja and King Harald V of Norway.
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Latest information about Princess Ingrid Alexandra updated on June 14 2021.