Crown Princess Mette-Marit of Norway declares the death of ‘fun crow bun’ Muffins.
THE NORWEGIAN ROYAL FAMILY has announced that Muffins, their beloved dog, has passed away.
Muffins died last week, Crown Princess Mette-Marit shared with her Instagram fans in a heartfelt message. The lovely puppy died of cancer, according to the royal.
She shared several photos of the labradoodle with her other family members.
“Our last trip,” the queen tweeted beside a photo of Muffins in honor to her favorite pet.
The Crown Princess wrote, “This week our Muffins died of cancer.”
“The entire family’s favorite crow bun and best friend, who was born in the living room.
“From the moment she was born, she has been the natural center of our lives.
“She’s been dressed up in various [costumes], taken skiing, and lived a happy dog life.
She also shared a photo of Muffins with their other dog, Milly Kakao, saying, “She could be pretty wicked and loved to run away, but most of all Muffins especially enjoyed cuddling, kids, robotic lawnmowers, and Milly.”
She added, “She has given us all more love, comfort, and joy than you could dream for, and everyone here and mum Milly miss her very dearly.”
Ingrid Alexandra and Sverre Magnus are the offspring of Crown Princess Mette-Marit and Crown Prince Haakon.
They are the Norwegian throne’s second and third in line, respectively.
Muffins provided her family with “love, warmth, and laughter,” according to the Crown Princess.
Muffin Krkebolle is the full name of the labradoodle, which translates Muffin Sea Urchin in English.