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Norwegian Princess....

Discussion in 'Whatnots' started by Loerand, Apr 29, 2003.

  1. Loerand

    Loerand My heart holds no fear for death

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    [​IMG] The Norwegian princess Mãrtha got herself a daughter tonight. Her name is Maud Angelica. Just for your information...

    BTW, it's a kind of silly name :D
     
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    Congrats on her, then. :)

    Another new royal person for the press to bash on. I wonder what will become her speciality? Drugs? Lesbianism? Eating people?

    (Note: first sentence is sincere, second, sarcasm...)
     
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    Never take on a passenger, unless you already have a full cargo.
     
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    Official congratulations from a loyal subject of the throne.

    And I think it's a nice name.
     
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    [​IMG] Out of curiousity, is Norway a republic, democracy or monarchy? :hmm:
     
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    demonarchy. :p
     
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    Constitutional Monarchy, like Sweden. Others, mainly anti-norwegians, say it's a oilarchy, not unlike Texas.

    But I am very happy to hear that there's a new norwegian girl walking this earth. There can never be enough norwegian girls. Even if this one is a princess.
     
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    :) I don't know about the rest of the world, but over here Norwegian women have a stereotype of always being drop-dead beautiful.

    So in that case, I agree, the more the better! :)
     
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    I think the name is strange way cant they have normale names lik us other peoples?? :eek:
     
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    Well, because they're royalty, that means they don't have a surname. Also there is a tradition among royalty, not just in Norway, to have several given names. Some are traditional, while some are given because the parents like them. In this instance, Maud was the name of the first Queen of Norway in the past few centuries (this little one's great-great-grandmother) while Angelica is the name her parents picked for her.
     
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    Yeah but i think they should have one name on her not two i think that is a bit strange and i know the history of Queen Maud Cross :)
     
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    You mean queen Maud, wife to Haakon VII and the mother of Olav V?
     
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    Yup, that's the one. How did you know?

    JCDenton: Why do you think so? Lots of people have two first names, especially in the US. Do you mind that as well, or is it just when royalty does it? And if so, why? :confused:
     
  14. Loerand

    Loerand My heart holds no fear for death

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    It's usual in Norway too. I got two names, so don't mess with me :D
     
  15. Arabwel

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    I have three so I am even worse :D

    Seriously, the name isn't that bad. She will probably be called Angelica... and imho it's a nice name.

    But I still wonder what her speciality scandal feat will be?

    (I know, I know...)
     
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    BAH! things I know about princencesses are
    a- they are beautiful and sexy
    b- "Mates" of Monaco princess (was it Stephanie?)
     
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