Crown Princess Mette-Marit of Norway joins Crown Prince Haakon at a reception in London

Crown Princess Mette-Marit of Norway put on a glamorous display this evening as she attended a lavish reception in London.

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Mette-Marit, 49, donned a shimmering navy gown to join her husband, Crown Prince Haakon, also 49, at the Norway Night networking reception at Lindley Hall in Britain’s capital.

Proving to be the Queen of colour coordinating, the mother-of-three teamed her dazzling dress with navy heels and a matching clutch bag.

Featuring a drop hem and ruffled three-quarter sleeves, the fashionable maxi dress boasted statement shoulder padding.

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Looking effortlessly elegant, Mette-Marit completed her look with a smattering of glamorous makeup, while keeping her curly hair down.

Crown Princess Mette-Marit of Norway put on a glamorous display this evening as she attended a lavish reception in London with her husband Prince Haakon (pictured together)

Crown Princess Mette-Marit of Norway put on a glamorous display this evening as she attended a lavish reception in London with her husband Prince Haakon (pictured together)

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Mette-Marit, 49, donned a shimmering navy gown to join her husband, Crown Prince Haakon, also 49, at the Norway Night networking reception at Lindley Hall in Britain's capital

Mette-Marit, 49, donned a shimmering navy gown to join her husband, Crown Prince Haakon, also 49, at the Norway Night networking reception at Lindley Hall in Britain’s capital

Letting her statement gown do all the talking, the princess opted to forgo any glittering accessories for her outing tonight.

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Her husband Haakon, who is heir to the Norwegian throne, looked equally sophisticated in a navy suit and pink tie.

The royal couple were pictured on stage during the reception, each holding notes thought to be for delivering a speech.

Mette-Marit donned a pair of silver-framed glasses when joining her husband on stage.

The couple’s visit aims to promote an increased business sector with a focus on green industrial transition, innovation and energy alongside a promotion of Norwegian literature and music.

Proving to be the Queen of colour coordinating, the mother-of-three teamed her dazzling dress with navy heels and a matching clutch bag

Proving to be the Queen of colour coordinating, the mother-of-three teamed her dazzling dress with navy heels and a matching clutch bag

Proving to be the Queen of colour coordinating, the mother-of-three teamed her dazzling dress with navy heels and a matching clutch bag

Featuring a drop hem and ruffled three-quarter sleeves, the fashionable maxi dress boasted statement shoulder padding

Featuring a drop hem and ruffled three-quarter sleeves, the fashionable maxi dress boasted statement shoulder padding

Looking effortlessly elegant, Mette-Marit completed her look with a smattering of glamorous makeup, while keeping her curly hair down

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Looking effortlessly elegant, Mette-Marit completed her look with a smattering of glamorous makeup, while keeping her curly hair down

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Looking effortlessly elegant, Mette-Marit completed her look with a smattering of glamorous makeup, while keeping her curly hair down

Letting her statement gown do all the talking, the princess opted to forgo any glittering accessories for her outing tonight

Letting her statement gown do all the talking, the princess opted to forgo any glittering accessories for her outing tonight

Haakon is heir apparent to the throne of Norway. Despite being older, his sister Princess Märtha Louise of Norway is fourth in line to the throne due to Norway’s succession rules.

Mette-Marit was born a commoner, to farmers in Norway and was a single mother by the time of her engagement to Crown Prince Haakon in 2000.

She became Crown Princess after the couple’s marriage in 2001. Mette Marit has spent her reign championing humanitarian projects while joining official visits.

Her first official appearance was at the Nobel Peace Prize ceremony at Oslo City Hall on December 10, 2000, following the announcement of the couple’s engagement on December 1.

Her husband Haakon, who is heir to the Norwegian throne, looked equally sophisticated in a navy suit and pink tie

Her husband Haakon, who is heir to the Norwegian throne, looked equally sophisticated in a navy suit and pink tie

The royal couple were pictured on stage during the reception, each holding notes thought to be for delivering a speech

The royal couple were pictured on stage during the reception, each holding notes thought to be for delivering a speech

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