Princess Ariane Hospitalised with Respiratory Problems

  October 9, 2009 at 8:56 am by

The Dutch Royal Court today revelead that HRH Princess Ariane, the youngest daughter of TRH The Prince of Orange and Princess Máxima, was admitted to hospital yesterday with respiratory problems resulting from an infection to her upper breathing system.

In the press release, the RVD stated that Princess Máxima spent the night at the hospital with her daughter, and that the two-year-old will be released Friday morning, Dutch time.

This is not the first time Princess Ariane has been admited to hospital because of breathing issues. In May 2007, a month after her birth, Ariane was taken to the Leiden University Medical Centre with what was believed to be a lung infection. She spent four days in the medical centre and was treated for a bacterial and viral infection.

Princess Máxima in the meantime has cancelled her attendance at this morning’s opening of the “The Qi of China” exhibition at the Amsterdam Tropical Museum.

Click here to remain updated on Princess Ariane’s condition.

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3 Responses to Princess Ariane Hospitalised with Respiratory Problems

  1. matthew says:

    Man i hope the Princess gets to Feeling better i will keep her in my prayers! Man i hope its not SwineFlu!!! Well everyone pray for the Royal Family i think thats what there called…Im american and all!!! so i don’t know about these things…but Pray thansk Matthew~

  2. Cindy Widya Japardi says:

    God and Goddess, Bless Ariane. I will keep her in my prayers, Well everyone pray for the Royal Family I think thats what there called…But Get well soon, Ariane.
    Cindy Widya Japardi

  3. Cindy Widya Japardi says:

    Bless Ariane’s health!

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