Norway's Princess Märtha Louise is letting the public into her life in a new reality series, Märtha.
The show is set to debut next year on Norwegian channel TV2, and has recently begun filming. It promises to show the Princess at home and at work. "I am a public person, and the press writes a lot about me. This series is an opportunity to show my life in a different and new way," she said in a statement.
Märtha hopes the series will be enlightening, but not sensational. "I can open up in front of the camera, but I am also concerned with honesty and that one does not contribute to speculation about me and my life," she said.
The royal added that she and her daughters, Maud Angelica, 17, Leah Isadora, 15, and Emma Tallulah, 12, are "a family in grief," presumably referring to her late ex-husband, Ari Behn, who committed suicide in 2019. "The most important thing I do is to be present for my daughters," Märtha said.
The TV2 article announcing the series didn't confirm that Märtha's boyfreind Shaman Durek would appear, but as he has been visiting in Norway lately, it seems likely that he will. In a recent Instagram post, he wrote, "I love being here in Norway, since I'm part Norwegian, and love the people and nature here. I love family; Maud, Leah, Emma, our dog Xavanna and all our close friends here and especially my newly acquired family."
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