‘It’s back to school!’ After being isolated by Covid, Princess Ingrid Alexandra returns to her studies.
PRINCESS After recuperating from coronavirus, Ingrid Alexandra has returned to school, according to her father.
The Norwegian princess was the first member of the royal family from another country to test positive for the virus, although she has subsequently recovered after some time abroad. Crown Prince Haakon verified the news to NRK, Norway’s national television station.
During an occasion on September 1, the TV network inquired about the Prince’s daughter.
“Princess Ingrid is OK and back at school,” the Crown Prince remarked.
“She felt it for a while, but she’s recovered and is back on her feet.
“However, this served as a reminder to us that the virus issue is far from over.”
During the first wave of coronavirus in the United Kingdom in 2020, both Prince Charles and Prince William became infected.
On August 22, Princess Ingrid Alexandra tested positive for COVID-19.
She is the heir apparent to her grandpa, King Harald V.
In the next years, the 17-year-old is projected to become the country’s second female queen.
The Princess is alone at her family’s Skaugum Estate.
After a period of cautious isolation, the rest of her family, including her parents and brother, did not get coronavirus.
“As far as I know, it is going well,” King Harald had earlier told reporters about his granddaughter.
Since 1991, King Harald has reigned over Norway.
He was Edward VII’s great-grandson and so Queen Elizabeth II’s second cousin.
His father, King Olav V of Norway, reigned as King of Norway from 1957 to 1991.