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The Netherlands

Countess Eloise of Orange-Nassau writes a lifestyle book


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Countess Eloise of Orange-Nassau, a niece of King Willem-Alexander of the Netherlands, has written a lifestyle book.

Her book “Learning by doing”, which despite its English title will be in Dutch, will be released in June and is already available for pre-order. The Countess took to Instagram to say that she didn’t think it would have been possible for her to write the book without her 250,000 followers.

In her book, she answers frequently asked questions from her many followers regarding fashion, food and her life as a student. In a story, she told her followers, “I worked really hard on it, and it wouldn’t have been possible without you, so that’s why it’s now also a book for you.” She later added, “I am so happy with it, and I am so proud of it. I hope that you will like it as much as I do. I can’t believe that it’s finally here.”

The Countess received the nickname “Gravinfluencer” – a play on the words Gravin (Countess) and influencer – due to her many followers on Instagram.

Countess Eloise is the eldest daughter of Prince Constantijn of the Netherlands, and she is currently fifth in the line of succession behind her three cousins and her father.