Princess Mette-Marit and her husband Prince Haakon of Norway enjoyed a family day out on Sunday.
The royal couple were joined by their three children Marius, Princess Ingrid and Prince Sverre-Magnus as well as Haakon’s parents King Harald and Queen Sonja of Norway.
King Harald’s sister Princess Astrid and Princess Beatrix of The Netherlands also made up the blue-blooded party.
The happy family were out in force at Holmenkollen, a Norwegian neighbourhood famous for its ski jumping hill, Holmenkollbakken, and showed their support as German-born Severin Freund was victorious ahead of Norwegian native Anders Bardal in the ski jump.
Several candid snaps of the group showed them relaxed and smiling throughout the day.
Marius, who is Princess Mette-Marit’s son from a previous relationship, was seen sharing a joke with King Harald, while Ingrid, who is Norway’s future queen, charmed her grandmother.
Princess Mette-Marit’s appearance at the sporting event come the day after she showed her support for International Women’s Day.
The 40-year-old mother-of-three gave a rousing speech at Constitution hall in Eidsvoll, arguing that it is in a country’s best economic interests to recognise the value in all of its population working.
Mette-Marit had scaled back her official duties to undergo neck surgery in November 2012, but her recent increase in engagements suggest the Crown Princess is now back to full health.