The Norwegian Prime Minister, according to the Guardian:
Norway’s prime minister, Erna Solberg, has been fined 20,000 kroner (£1,713) after breaking coronavirus social-distancing rules when organising a family gathering to celebrate her birthday.
A bit more details as to the circumstances, from the same article by The Guardian:
The two-term leader has apologised several times for organising the event for her 60th birthday with 13 relatives at a mountain resort in late February, despite a government ban on gatherings of more than 10 people.
Solberg said on Friday she would pay the fine, which was issued by police.
“I’d like to say again that I’m sorry for breaking the coronavirus rules,” she told Norway’s TV2 News. “I will accept the fine, and pay it.”
While police would not have issued a fine in most such cases, they said the prime minister had been at the forefront of the government’s work to impose restrictions.
“Though the law is the same for all, all are not equal in front of the law,” the police chief, Ole Saeverud, told a news conference, justifying the fine. “It is therefore correct to issue a fine in order to uphold the general public’s trust in the rules on social restrictions.”