On 13 May, Princess Märtha-Louise visited KFUK house in London. Under the name "Norwegian wines Childers Christian Association" Magda Hornemann started in 1908 what we know today as the KFUK. Princess Märtha Louise was welcomed by general manager Trish Øiestad and the young manager, Maren Andrea Aasulvsen.In what is being called penstuen entertained Thomas Ottersen and Oda Volt Erstad with singing and piano.
Photo: Lise Åserud, NTB scanpix
KFUK is operated by the Norwegian government in London, and has ten employees.Six of the employees are young people who participate in a one-year postgraduate management training.The two young leaders Camilla Collington-Hanna and Hanne Etne City showed to the Princess the office where they work, the Tourism room and staff room.The princess also visited the student room of Anne Marte Ring, who is studying at Hult business school.