Royal Dutch Family Shares New Photos of Princesses Catharina Amalia, Alexia and Ariane
The Royal Dutch family has kicked off their holiday season with family portraits for the summer. In fact, King Willem-Alexander and his wife Queen Maxima and their three daughters Catharina-Amalia, Princess of Orange, Princess Alexia and Princess Ariane have all shared their new family photos with the public. And not only are the pics quintessentially Dutch, but perfect for the current season, too.
According to the Dutch royal family’s official spokesperson, the family photos took place in Warmond. The family arrived for their summer shoot on a boat called the ‘Groote Vloot’ which translates to the ‘Great Fleet.’ King Willem-Alexander has on a jacket and button-down shirt while Queen Maxima can be seen wearing a nautical stripped top with puffy sleeves. Catharina-Amalia, Alexia and Ariane all have on blue and white tops and jeans for their family’s adorable photo shoot, too.
Princess Amalia was born in the Hague back in 2003. She’s the first born of Prince of Orange and Queen Maxima and her official name is Catharina-Amalia Beatix Carmen Victoria Princess of the Netherlands, Princess of Oranje-Nassau. Her two younger sisters, Alexia (born in 2005) and Ariane (born in 2007) were also born at Bronovo Hospital in the Hague. Together, the sisters love participating in all different kinds of sports and activities that most girls their age do. They love hockey, judo, ballet, horseback riding and playing the violent. What’s more, all three girls speak Dutch at home in addition to the Spanish they learn form their mother Queen Maxima.
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