Dear Princess. Martha Louise, Mette Marit, Ragnhild, Victoria, Mary, Elizabeth, Madeleine, Lilian and Astrid....

and all the rest of beautiful you.

I am another simple artist in the world of performing arts, and my greatest passion is curiosity

and shearing of the things I learn. I am perhaps a humble journalist with an artistic expression.

I am at the bridge of a new curiosity, namely you your highness, the princess. I want to

understand as much as I can, about your role towards yourself and your people, toward your

history of myth, about the things you do and then the things media tells us, your ideas of the

future, your goals as a princess and your wishes for yourself…. Like a protrait I suppose.

Knowing the fact that I am a commoner, with little political or royal status, I imagine it will

take some time before I will have the “possibility” to meet you in person. So I decide to

start my project today, with the hopes and wishes, that some of you can join me later, and

help me tell the people; what it is all about, to be a princess today. Untill then, I will keep

you posted on this blogg, and keep you informed about my discoveries.

Warm greeting and love, Yours faithfully, Rudi Skotheim Jensen

fredag 29. april 2011

God Save the Princess

I am in Athens, and beyond all other things then blogging, i should prepare for our creation that is premiering here tomorrow… But then again, I would never forgive myself if I would not comment on the extension of the long line of princesses.. More important, one from the outside, one to make us all remember, that everyone has the right to dream.

The royal line of England is something quite different from my own here in Norway. Even in Greece the royal line is something different, that is, it is no more then a vague memory followed by the sad chapters of war.

To me personally, UK is the concept itself when it comes to Royalties, everything after UK seems to be just a shadow of the old days, when crown and glitter really mattered. Princesses has as we all know evolved from trading product of peace and land to strong business woman… But some how, we will never be quite finish with the melancholy tears followed by the echo of “Yes, I do”, the dresses and so on so forth… UK is a shining example of this.. Keeping traditions ongoing and strong.. God Save the queen, yes, but for today and today only and perhaps only on this Blogg… God save the Princess.