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Countess Eloise: New heart project with an important message

Countess Eloise’s fan base is growing day by day. The 19-year-old uses her reach to draw attention to an important topic.

Amsterdam – Countess Eloise (19) seems to be a real all-rounder full of creative ideas. She has built up a loyal and considerable following on Instagram, and her first book, which appeared a few weeks ago, was almost as successful. Now Eloise is venturing into a new project, which she is also fully committed to.

After her debut as an author, Countess Eloise is now trying to become a curator. The niece of King Willem-Alexander (54) has opened her own exhibition in Amsterdam, which was created in collaboration with Magnum. Eloise’s Exposition is titled “Layered” and calls on viewers to show off all of their layers and celebrate their uniqueness. * knows what Countess Eloise wants to achieve with her “Layered” exhibition.

As a member of the Dutch royal family, the eldest daughter of Prince Constantijn (51) and Princess Laurentien (55) has been a public focus since childhood, but Eloise is down to earth. Her warm and open manner is very well received by her fans, with more than 275,000 subscribers following her posts on Instagram. * is an offer from IPPEN.MEDIA.

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