Solberg, leader of the Conservative Party, was seen playing during remarks from Liberal Party leader Trine Skei Grande.
Haha, herregud. @erna_solberg spilte pokemon Go i Stortinget under #trontaledebatten ... mens @Trinesg sto på talerstolen! pic.twitter.com/WwagLoJit7— Eivind Trædal (@eivindtraedal) October 5, 2016
The prime minister told TV2 news she didn't think Grande would mind, seeing as how she was caught on video playing Pokemon Go during a parliamentary Storting committee hearing in August.
"I think that Trine will like that I opened the game while she was at the pulpit," Solberg said.
Grande confirmed as much with an aisle-crossing tweet in support of the prime minister's game-playing habits.
@eivindtraedal @erna_solberg hun hørte nok hva jeg sa 😉 vi damer klarer to ting samtidig veit du.— Trine Skei Grande (@Trinesg) October 5, 2016
"She heard what I said, we ladies can do two things at the same time you know," she tweeted with a winking emoji.
Grande defended her own game-playing in August, saying: "Some of us have heads that listen better when we can do something brain-dead on the side."