Pretty brave! The Dutch royal family is going through difficult times at the moment. Then Crown Princess Amalia is said to be in great danger she is said to be in the sights of the 'Mocro Maffia'. It is said that the clan planned to kidnap the 18-year-old. Despite the risk, Amalia now appeared with her parents King Willem-Alexander (55) and Königin Maxima (51) at an official appointment - and didn't let her worries show. We show the difficult performance of the Dutch royals in the video.
Good face to the bad game - that seems to be the motto of the Dutch royal family at the moment. On Tuesday (September 20) King Willem-Alexander opened the parliamentary year with the speech from the throne. He was accompanied by Queen Máxima and, for the first time, by his eldest daughter Amalia, who turned 18 last December.
But the appearance on the traditional Prinsjesdag was not only overshadowed by the worrying headlines of the past few days. The royals had to endure loud protests. The cheers from fans were drowned out by loud boos, whistles and chants. Dozens of farmers protested against the government's planned environmental regulations. After the speech from the throne, the royal family appeared on the balcony of Noordeinde Palace and waved to onlookers. There, too, boos could be heard.
Since she came of age, the Crown Princess has also occasionally attended official appointments. But Amalia should concentrate primarily on her education and enjoy her time at university, the court had emphasized. The 18-year-old recently started studying in Amsterdam . In view of the acute threat Amalia had to give up her new freedom. According to media reports, she is said to have moved back home with her parents and the security measures for the young woman were tightened again. (tma)