Amalia, Alexia and Ariane take matters into their own hands

King Willem-Alexander and Queen Máxima are once again in the spotlight due to their state visit, but it remains quiet around the princesses. Although the king did let it slip during the visit to Germany that his daughters made a big choice themselves.


Own decision

Recently, young people under the age of 18 can also be vaccinated against the corona virus, and according to King Willem-Alexander, all three A’s are planning to do so.

“The princesses have made it very clear that it was their decision, in consultation with us. All three are very eager to contribute to the front against that terrible virus that has gripped us for almost a year and a half,” the king said. know to the press. Not to convince other people, he emphasizes. “People can decide for themselves. As a family, we have followed the advice wholeheartedly.”

teenage daughters

Young people aged 12 to 17 – the age group that Amalia, Alexia and Ariane belong to – can already schedule an appointment. According to the royal couple, Amalia has already received her invitation. Under the age of 16, in the case of Ariane, this still has to be done in consultation with your parents, but the child does have the last word. In addition, the jab could make it a lot easier for Princess Amalia and Princess Alexia, who are about to leave for abroad, to travel.

Whether we get a vaccination shot à la Duchess Kate and Prince William? Knowing the RVD, we will not hear anything more about it – whereas the British royals are only too happy to bare their upper arms for the cameras, King Willem-Alexander prefers to stick to a spoken press moment.



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