Maud Angelica Behn

2003 - Today

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Maud Angelica Behn (born 29 April 2003) is a member of the Norwegian royal family, however, she is a private citizen and holds no royal title. Read more on Wikipedia

Since 2007, the English Wikipedia page of Maud Angelica Behn has received more than 315,397 page views. Her biography is available in 18 different languages on Wikipedia (up from 15 in 2019). Maud Angelica Behn is the 19,220th most popular politician (down from 17,606th in 2019), the 892nd most popular biography from Norway (down from 854th in 2019) and the 125th most popular Norwegian Politician.

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Among politicians, Maud Angelica Behn ranks 19,220 out of 19,576Before her are Simon Coveney, Sarah Siegelaar, Émilie Heymans, Guri Melby, Riin Tamm, and Oliver Letwin. After her are Gustav Fridolin, Loren Legarda, Jim McGreevey, Alok Sharma, Peter Dutton, and John E. Sununu.

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Among people born in 2003, Maud Angelica Behn ranks 71Before her are Yasmin Finney, Abbosbek Fayzullaev, Carney Chukwuemeka, The Kid Laroi, Milos Kerkez, and Storm Reid. After her are Kacper Kozłowski, Alejo Véliz, Maurits Kjærgaard, Benjamin Tahirović, Ricardo Pepi, and Millicent Simmonds.

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In Norway

Among people born in Norway, Maud Angelica Behn ranks 892 out of 1,039Before her are Ulrikke Brandstorp (1995), Fredrik Gulbrandsen (1992), Nina Haver-Løseth (1989), Guri Melby (1981), Marcus Holmgren Pedersen (2000), and Guro Reiten (1994). After her are Erlend Bjøntegaard (1990), Ida Lien (1997), Sebastian Foss-Solevåg (1991), Bente Nordby (1974), Helga Pedersen (1973), and Magnus Krog (1987).


Among politicians born in Norway, Maud Angelica Behn ranks 125Before her are Erik Solheim (1955), Per-Kristian Foss (1950), Anders Bastiansen (1980), Audun Lysbakken (1977), Trygve Slagsvold Vedum (1978), and Guri Melby (1981). After her are Helga Pedersen (1973), Jan Tore Sanner (1965), Bjørnar Moxnes (1981), and Bent Høie (1971).