Norway royals welcome nine labradoodles

Ann Törnkvist
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Norway royals welcome nine labradoodles
The tiny labradoodle additions to the royal family. Photo: Royal Court

The family of Crown Prince Haakon has published pictures of its litter of nine labradoodle puppies, after their beloved Milly Kakao gave birth a month ago.


A picture of the nine puppies drinking water from tea cups made the rounds in Norway on Tuesday, as the Royal Court published pictures of the royal couple and their three children lavishing love on the black creatures. 

The line of pups in disarray in front of a lavender couch was taken at the family's Dvergsøya summer residence outside Kristiansand in southern Norway. Princess Ingrid Alexandra, 9, and Prince Sverre Magnus, 6, are on vacation while their big brother Marius, 16, just finished his summer school. 

The royal pups and their family.

The father to the litter of pups is called Snorre and is, according to an official statement from the royal court, "an unusually dashing and elegant gentleman".

No statement has been made as to whether the royal family will keep any of the puppies.


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