on Thursday afternoon published crown princess Mette-Marit an open letter on the kongehusets website on the occasion of his son’s 20 birthday Friday. In the letter, reprove she parts of the Norwegian press, which she believes has exposed the son of an unworthy force.
the Assistant secretary Reidun Kjelling Nybø in the Norwegian association of Norwegian editors do not agree with the kronprinsessen. She believes that the Norwegian media has acted relatively cautiously towards Marius Borg Høiby and taken into account the desire to shield him from the public eye. There she writes in a comment at Redaktørforeningen.
of course, It’s free for everyone – also the royal family and kronprinsessen – to have strong opinions about the Norwegian press, and if one believes it is made presseetiske violation, so one has the full opportunity to complain about the mention in the Press Professional range. It has the royal family done in the past.
Go like in the dialogue
Nybø is surprised by the criticism from kronprinsessen and would like to see that it was more concrete.
Although he is now getting a less central role without official duties, so is he a part of Norway’s most public family, ” says Nybø.
She points to the fact that the Norwegian association of Norwegian editors several times to have contributed to the meetings between the royal family and the Norwegian editors. It happened among other things in 1993. Then attended the royal couple at a meeting with Norwegian editors and the topic was the mention of the children of the royal family. In 2001, arranged the Oslo association of Norwegian editors a meeting between the editors and the crown prince Haakon and crown princess Mette-Marit.
We are happy in the dialogue with kronprinsessen, says Nybø.