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Crown Princess Amalia: An important date is getting closer and closer

Crown Princess Amalia is increasingly moving into the spotlight. The Dutch heir to the throne is preparing for an important appointment in the service of the crown.

The Hague – In a few weeks, Crown Princess Amalia of the Netherlands (17) will reach an important milestone. On December 7th, the daughter of King Willem-Alexander (54) and Queen Máxima (50) will celebrate her 18th birthday and will enter a new phase of life that will hold a new, important role in store for the teenage girl.

The palace has not yet announced how Crown Princess Amalia will celebrate her 18th birthday, but the festival should not be too extravagant. One day after her special day of honor, the eldest daughter of the monarch couple has to complete an important appointment. Thanks to her majority, Amalia received a place in the Raad van State, the Dutch Council of State. * gives an insight into Crown Princess Amalia’s plans for the future.

At the Kneuterdijk Palace in The Hague, Princess Amalia will attend her first State Council meeting on December 8th. King Willem-Alexander will also be present as President of the Council of State, and his wife Queen Máxima is also a member and therefore invited. So far, Crown Princess Amalia has rarely been the official representative of the royal family, and at her first meeting she will give her first public speech. * is an offer from IPPEN.MEDIA.

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