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Norway's Prince Haakon Tops Off Busy Weekend With Visit To Mobile Corona Testing Station

Crown Prince Haakon of Norway keeps it sharp in a blue suit and tie while stepping out for an official visit for the 900 year jubilee celebration for Rygge Church on Tuesday (September 8) in Moss, Norway.

The 47-year-old royal, who will one day rule the country, also made a visit to a mobile corona test station in Askim, where he spoke with front line workers about the procedure.

This marks two more official events for the Crown Prince after a very busy weekend.

Earlier, Haakon also seen at his son, Prince Sverre Magnus‘ confirmation as Asker Church alongside his wife, Crown Princess Mette-Marit, and their daughter, Princess Ingrid Alexandra in Oslo.

He is also pictured on a hike during the Norwegian Refugee Route around Skullerudstua. Haakon‘s visit marks the 75th anniversary of the liberation of Norway following the German occupation.

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Prince William, Crown Princess Victoria, Prince Haakon & More Royals Who Are Next In Line For The Throne

Earlier this week, we learned that Prince Harry will not lose his place in line for the throne despite him and wife, Meghan Markle, stepping back as senior royals in the British Royal Family.

The 35-year-old Duke of Sussex will remain as sixth in line for the throne, following his father, Charles, Prince of Wales; brother William, Duke of Cambridge, and his children, Prince George, Princess Charlotte and Prince Louis of Cambridge.

While the British Royal Succession Line remains unchanged, some other Royal lines have changed.

Just Jared has complied an extensive list of who’s next in line for many of the world’s monarchies, including Sweden, Spain, Morocco and more.

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