Dutch Crown Princess Amalia regularly talks to a psychiatrist to take her heart out. The 17-year-old says in a book published on Tuesday. At the suggestion of the court, writer Claudia de Brij had long discussions with the Crown Prince. They form the basis of the painting “Amalia” on her eighteenth birthday on the seventh of December.
In it, Amalia talks not only about her life, but also about love. She likes brave young men – the Germans are generally better at that than the Dutch. Her hobbies are horse riding, singing and mixing mojitos. In a beach café for her friends in The Hague, she is called “Our Cocktail Queen”. In the spring, Amalia had just passed her GCSE and is now taking a break. She does not yet know exactly what she wants to study. In any case, she wants a completely normal student life. As of December 7, she could become queen if something happened to her father, King Willem Alexander (54). But she says she will then ask her mother Maxima, 50, to take on the role for a few years. However, in principle, Amalia does not see much of a burden in her future position as queen, but rather an honor. One plus point for sure: Amalia loves tiaras.
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