Like many other royals, Princess Alexia of the Netherlands has to resort to an alias from time to time if she wants to remain anonymous.
The Hague – Alexia Juliana Marcela Laurentien, Princess of the Netherlands, Princess of Orange-Nassau (16) – this is the full name of the second oldest daughter of King Willem-Alexander (54) and Queen Máxima (50). As a rule, the pretty Dutch girl simply goes through life as Princess Alexia, but in special situations she also likes to fall back on a pseudonym.
The three daughters of the Dutch royal couple Máxima and Willem-Alexander grew up in the public eye. Crown Princess Amalia and her sisters Alexia and Ariane know how to deal with flashes of lightning and are used to reading their names in the newspaper. But sometimes it might be nice to be able to stay a little more anonymous in everyday life. Aliases are a wonderful way to avoid making a big fuss about your royal origins.
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After Alexia broke her leg on a skiing holiday in Austria a few years ago, she had to be taken to the hospital on site. In order to avoid telling the entire staff that a real princess is being treated here, another name was chosen without further ado. As the Beaumonde portal reports, Princess Alexia was admitted to the clinic as “Alexandra Huber” after her accident. Only a small group of people knew about their actual identity. * 24royal.de is an offer from IPPEN.MEDIA.