Dutch Royal Family celebrated Pieter van Vollenhoven's 80th birthday

On April 30, 2019, on the occasion of the 80th birthday of Pieter van Vollenhoven (born April 30, 1939), the husband of Dutch Princess Margriet, celebrations were held at Figi Theater. Princess Beatrix, Princess Irene, Prince Bernhard and Princess Annette with their children Isabella and Samuel, Prince Maurits and Princess Marilene with their children Anna, Lucas and Felicia, Princess Annemarie, Princess Aimee, Prince Floris, Princess Magali and Princess Eliane, Prince Pieter-Christiaan and Princess Anita attended the 80th birthday celebrations for Pieter van Vollenhoven at Figi Theater in Zeist city, The Netherlands.
Princess Beatrix, Princess Irene, Princess Annette, Princess Marilene,  Princess Annemarie, Princess Aimee
Princess Beatrix, Princess Irene, Princess Annette, Princess Marilene,  Princess Annemarie, Princess Aimee
Princess Beatrix, Princess Irene, Princess Annette, Princess Marilene,  Princess Annemarie, Princess Aimee
Princess Beatrix, Princess Irene, Princess Annette, Princess Marilene,  Princess Annemarie, Princess Aimee
Princess Beatrix, Princess Irene, Princess Annette, Princess Marilene,  Princess Annemarie, Princess Aimee
Princess Beatrix, Princess Irene, Princess Annette, Princess Marilene,  Princess Annemarie, Princess Aimee
Princess Beatrix, Princess Irene, Princess Annette, Princess Marilene,  Princess Annemarie, Princess Aimee
Princess Beatrix, Princess Irene, Princess Annette, Princess Marilene,  Princess Annemarie, Princess Aimee
Princess Beatrix, Princess Irene, Princess Annette, Princess Marilene,  Princess Annemarie, Princess Aimee
Princess Beatrix, Princess Irene, Princess Annette, Princess Marilene,  Princess Annemarie, Princess Aimee
Princess Beatrix, Princess Irene, Princess Annette, Princess Marilene,  Princess Annemarie, Princess Aimee
Princess Beatrix, Princess Irene, Princess Annette, Princess Marilene,  Princess Annemarie, Princess Aimee
Princess Beatrix, Princess Irene, Princess Annette, Princess Marilene,  Princess Annemarie, Princess Aimee
Princess Beatrix, Princess Irene, Princess Annette, Princess Marilene,  Princess Annemarie, Princess Aimee
Princess Beatrix, Princess Irene, Princess Annette, Princess Marilene,  Princess Annemarie, Princess Aimee
Princess Beatrix, Princess Irene, Princess Annette, Princess Marilene,  Princess Annemarie, Princess Aimee

17 comments:

  1. Dutch Royal? where have they been hiding!

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    1. They are ‘quite modest’ n try to live ‘normal lives’, but if you Google or search for images/photos of these folks, you will find a wealth of knowledge and history. If you look at past years of Queen’s Day , now King’s Day you will see the adults there all the time. It’s a family day too (their kids/teens not there; will most likely be with their friends having fun).

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  2. What a turnout. Happy 80st Birthday to professor Pieter van Vollenhoven, I must say his grandchildren have grown a lot. All of the ladies look very very lovely.

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  3. Winnie, the question is "where have you been looking?" or "not looking"; If you're interested try Viva Maxima blog. You don't need to understand French the photos are always great.

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  4. Dutch really like their prints. And Maxima was not there? I guess she doesn't like to share her limelight.

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    1. Wie trollig und prollig.

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    2. I am sure that there is a good reason for Máxima not to be on this event. Your comment is just speculative and ill intentioned, please be better!!

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    3. On the contrary, I think Willem-Alexander's family didn't want to steal the limelight here. I love the print on Margriet's dress! :)

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  5. I think I can claim to have a sense of fashion. I understand that young girls like to dress fashionably. But these boots, picture 4, which the two teenagers wear, are completely inappropriate for the occasion.

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  6. I think I can claim to have a sense of fashion. I understand that young girls like to dress fashionably. But these boots, picture 2 and 4, which the two teenagers wear, are completely inappropriate for the occasion.

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  7. 4 princes with their wife's (princesses).
    Princes Margriet is the sister of princes (queen) Beatrix.
    When Willem-Alexander became king this part of the family stepped out of the spotlights.
    They join Kingsday.
    The grandchilderen of princess Margriet don't have a royal title.

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  8. Sorry, but I will defend the teens in their Dutch teen clothing....short skirts and stylish boots/Dutch. It is not always cool to be seen as a ‘royal’ n in Dutch culture they are allowed to be who they are..teens. They are happy, smiling, most doubtless enjoying being with family...lovely to see them!

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    1. I agree with terri. I don't think we should be so tough with the teenagers. The boots are ok for them. Anonymous9,08 don't be tough. I think they feel more like their school mates than like members of the Royal family

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  9. What a nice and sympathetic family. Would see more of them :)

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