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Princess Christina's private funeral service has taken place in The Hague

The funeral service for Princess Christina of the Netherlands has taken in place in The Hague. She died on 16 August at the age of 72 after suffering from bone cancer. She is the aunt of the current King of the Netherlands. She is survived by her three children and five grandchildren. Embed from Getty Images Her coffin left the mourning chapel of the Fagel’s Garden Pavilion in the grounds…
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Princess Christina to become the first Dutch royal to be cremated

Princess Christina of the Netherlands, who died on Friday at the age of 72, will be the first Dutch royal to be cremated. Members of the Dutch Royal house are normally interred in the royal crypt in Delft, however, Princess Christina ceased to be a member of the Dutch royal house when she married Jorge Pérez y Guillermo in 1975. She remained a member of the royal family. The last to be…
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Queen Máxima to attend launch of National AI Junior course

Queen Máxima will attend the launch of the National AI Junior course in Toldijk, which will be the first artificial intelligence course taught to young students in the Netherlands, next month. The National AI Junior course was developed by the National AI Course, FutureNL and UpgradeNL to teach young people the principles of artificial intelligence. The three organisations hope to “make…
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King Willem-Alexander and Queen Máxima to mark start of '75 Years of Freedom'

King Willem-Alexander and Queen Máxima will attend a Second World War commemoration service at the end of the month marking the 75th anniversary of the liberation of the Netherlands in 1945. The service will take place on August 31st in Terneuzen, in the province of Zeeland, and King Willem-Alexander and Queen Máxima will be joined by the Prime Minister of the Netherlands, the Defence…
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