The prime minister took to Twitter to share a picture from the foursome's dinner, writing, "Thanks for the good company and conversation tonight!"
Welcome to Norway's Crown Prince Haakon and Crown Princess Mette-Marit - thanks for the good company and conversation tonight! pic.twitter.com/gzXAM0gi0I
— Justin Trudeau (@JustinTrudeau) November 7, 2016
On Monday, the royal couple met with Governor General David Johnston and his wife Sharon in Ottawa.
After visiting the capital on Monday, Prince Haakon and Princess Mette-Marit will travel to Toronto on Tuesday for a two-day stay. While there, they will attend a screening of their country's Oscar entry, blockbuster The King's Choice, at the TIFF Bell Lightbox - the first screening outside of Norway, and participate in a literacy conference at the University of Toronto.
The couple's children Princess Ingrid, 12, Prince Sverre Magnus, 10, and 19-year-old Marius will not join their parents on the Canadian visit.
While on Canadian soil, the royals hope to "reinforce bilateral connections between Canada and Norway" and "highlight common interests in the Arctic and show how we can work together to stimulate innovation and diversity," reads a statement from Anne Kari H. Ovind, Norway's Ambassador to Canada.