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Anonymous: Missing you and your post :(

I don’t know … At the moment I feel like I’m not posting stuff anymore. I don’t feel like I belong here anymore. Maybe I just need a break just for a little while. Who knows.

posted on September 14th   4 notes

oranje—nassau:

dutch brides + the problem with the ring

Laurentien in 2001 | Maxima in 2002

posted on September 7th   23 notes   via oranje--nassau

juaniandtheroyals:

Princess Beatrix of the Netherlands today opened the Netherlands Pavilion and the First World War in Doorn.

posted on September 4th   26 notes   via juaniandtheroyals

44/∞ pictures of Máxima

44/∞ pictures of Máxima

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Princess Ingrid Alexandra and her cousin Maud Angelica Behn

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200 Years Prinsjesdag | Den Haag | 16. September 2014
Every third Tuesday in September is Prinsjesdag (Prince’s Day), the opening of Dutch parliament. A festive day, children in The Hague are free from school so they may watch the procession of the Gouden Koets (Golden Coach). The King is driven in the Gouden Koets from Noordeinde Palace to the Ridderzaal (Hall of Knights) in the Binnenhof, which houses the Dutch Parliament. 
Here the King reads the ‘Speech from the Throne’, written jointly by the Ministers and Secretaries of State. This troonrede outlines the government’s plans for the coming year. As the procession returns to the Noordeinde Palace, the road is lined with members of the Dutch Royal Armed Forces and in the afternoon the Royal Family appears on the palace balcony to address an adoring and often frenzied public (balkonscène).
The procession route runs from the Noordeinde Palace via Heulstraat, Kneuterdijk, Lange Voorhout, Tournooiveld, Korte Vijverberg, to the Binnenhof and back again. The King and his family depart from Noordeinde Palace at approximately 13.00 hrs. and then the procession begins.
The entire procession and speech are broadcast to the nation on television complete with commentary on the various hats adorning the heads of the lady guests in the Ridderzaal. The public can buy a ticket in advance for a seat in the grandstands lining the route or simply stake out a spot to stand along the route. (X)
200 Years Prinsjesdag | Den Haag | 16. September 2014

Every third Tuesday in September is Prinsjesdag (Prince’s Day), the opening of Dutch parliament. A festive day, children in The Hague are free from school so they may watch the procession of the Gouden Koets (Golden Coach). The King is driven in the Gouden Koets from Noordeinde Palace to the Ridderzaal (Hall of Knights) in the Binnenhof, which houses the Dutch Parliament.

Here the King reads the ‘Speech from the Throne’, written jointly by the Ministers and Secretaries of State. This troonrede outlines the government’s plans for the coming year. As the procession returns to the Noordeinde Palace, the road is lined with members of the Dutch Royal Armed Forces and in the afternoon the Royal Family appears on the palace balcony to address an adoring and often frenzied public (balkonscène).

The procession route runs from the Noordeinde Palace via Heulstraat, Kneuterdijk, Lange Voorhout, Tournooiveld, Korte Vijverberg, to the Binnenhof and back again. The King and his family depart from Noordeinde Palace at approximately 13.00 hrs. and then the procession begins.

The entire procession and speech are broadcast to the nation on television complete with commentary on the various hats adorning the heads of the lady guests in the Ridderzaal. The public can buy a ticket in advance for a seat in the grandstands lining the route or simply stake out a spot to stand along the route. (X)

posted on September 4th   14 notes
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Prince Constantijn on the red carpet during the Dutch premiere of ‘A Most Wanted Man’ at the EYE Dutch Film Museum in Amsterdam, 01 September 2014. 

Prince Constantijn on the red carpet during the Dutch premiere of ‘A Most Wanted Man’ at the EYE Dutch Film Museum in Amsterdam, 01 September 2014. 

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Prince Constantijn, Head of Cabinet of vice- president of the European Commission Neelie Kroes, opens a Centre of Data Science in the University of Leiden, 4 September 2014.

posted on September 4th   7 notes
rvda:

Her Royal Highness Princess MAXIMA of the Netherlands.
our soon to be QUEEN..
shot for BNN.
GrR RVDA.

rvda:

Her Royal Highness Princess MAXIMA of the Netherlands.

our soon to be QUEEN..

shot for BNN.

GrR RVDA.

posted on September 4th   19 notes   via rvda
calendar
30.08. - Koningspaar at the celebrations for the 200 years anniversary of the Kingdom in Maastricht

01.09. - King attends closing ceremony of 100th anniversary Erasmus University Rotterdam

03.09. - Queen opens the Center for Teaching and Learning University College Roosevelt

03.09. - King opens 'Project Liberty' in Emmetsburg (USA)

09.09. - King will be present at the NWO Spinoza Prizes ceremony

12.09. - Koningspaar pay a visit to the region Noord-Holland

14.09. - Koningspaar at the 10th anniversary celebration of Protestant Church in the Netherlands (PKN)

16.09. - Prinsjesdag 2014