A picture of Prince Harald taken in Sälen in Sweden on 10 April 1940, so that he was issued an emergency passport. Photo: Crown Princess Märtha

Et bilde av Prins Harald tatt i Sälen i Sverige 10. april 1940, slik at han fikk utstedt nødpass. Foto: Kronprinsesse Märtha
The exhibition “Royal photographers – snapshots from 1890 to 1990”, open to the public from 16 February 2024. The royal family is Norway’s most photographed family. But what pictures do they take themselves, and what role do these photographs play? Here: A picture of Prince Harald taken in Sälen in Sweden on 10 April 1940, so that he was issued an emergency passport. Photo: Crown Princess Märtha

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