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Norwegian Royal Family

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Norwegian Royal Family

Members of the Royal House at 2007 Constitution Day celebrations

The Norwegian Royal Family is the family of the Norwegian monarch. In Norway there is a distinction between the Royal House and the Royal Family. The Royal House includes only the monarch and his or her spouse, the heir apparent and his or her spouse, and the heir apparent's eldest child. The remaining Royal Family includes also all other children, grandchildren, step(grand)children and siblings of the monarch, along with their spouses and widows or widowers.[1]


  • Members 1
  • Deceased members 2
  • Family tree of members 3
  • Royal coat of arms 4
  • See also 5
  • References 6
  • External links 7


Members of the Royal Family (with names of the members of the Royal House in bold letters) are:

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