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Princess Astrid opens a new exhibition about royal history in the Art Stable

10 monthes ago   |   By Royal Central

After being closed for a few weeks, it is now time for a completely new exhibition in the Queen Sonja Art Stable, in Oslo City Centre. On Thursday afternoon, the new exhibition was opened by King Harald's sister, Princess Astrid. Queen Maud was very fond of dancing, and therefore, Princess Astrid opened the exhibition to the sound of Queen Maud's old favourite, “Foxtrot.” The guests also got to see how to do the dance. Dancers Caroline Johnsen and Audun Kveberg showed the guests the foxtrot, and the music was played on Queen Maud's gramophone from 1926.
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