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Queen Máxima: She controls her daughters' social media accounts

Even though her three daughters are no longer little girls, Queen Máxima keeps a close eye on their social media activities – and even intervenes when in doubt.

The Hague – Social media platforms such as Instagram, TikTok, Snapchat & Co. are also extremely popular with young royals. So that her three daughters Amalia (18), Alexia (16) and Ariane (14) don’t do any mischief online, Queen Máxima (50) always keeps a close eye on their profiles.* reveals how Queen Máxima reacts to her daughters’ social media missteps.

With Countess Eloise (19), the Dutch royals have a real social media professional in their family. The daughter of Prince Constantijn (52) and Princess Laurentien (55) is an active influencer and regularly publishes new content on Instagram and TikTok. She is very familiar with the social networks and certainly has one or the other insider tip in store for her cousins Amalia, Alexia and Ariane. Because the three daughters of King Willem-Alexander (54) are also online – but only on private or secret accounts. Queen Máxima recently revealed that she still keeps a close eye on her girls’ social media activities. Her eldest daughter, Crown Princess Amalia, came of age a few weeks ago, but her 18th birthday doesn’t protect her from Mama’s watchful eyes. * is an offer from IPPEN.MEDIA.

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