King Harald’s pacemaker procedure successful

haraldPhoto: Jørgen Gomnæs / The Royal Court

King Harald of Norway’s pacemaker procedure was successful.

He received a temporary pacemaker after falling ill with an infection in Malaysia. He was then also diagnosed with a low heart rate, which led to his doctor’s decision to insert a permanent pacemaker.

The Royal Court has said, “The King is doing well.”

His Majesty will remain in the hospital in Oslo for a few more days.

Crown Prince Haakon is currently serving as Regent.

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