Prince Constantijn & Family To Return To The Hague
The RVD (Dutch Government Information Service) has announced that Prince Constantijn and his family will be moving back to The Hague this coming summer.
The reason for the move is because of the increasing amount of work both the Prince and his wife, Princess Laurentien, are undertaking in the Netherlands. Princess Laurentien is an advisor to the Port of Rotterdam, and Prince Constantijn is involved with the company Startup Delta which assists Dutch start-up companies attract foreign buyers and investors.
Constantijn is also set to carry on as an special advisor to the European Commission, where he worked until March 1 and was the reason the family lived in Brussels.
The move will take place over the summer so as to not interfere with the education of the couple’s three children, Eloise, Claus-Caismir and Leonore. They will be able to start at a Dutch school at the beginning of the school year like other students.
Prince Constantijn, Princess Laurentien and their children during a photo session in Lech in February 2014Filed under The Netherlands
Tagged Count Claus-Casimir of Orange-Nassau, Countess Eloise of Orange-Nassau, Countess Leonore of Orange-Nassau, Prince Constantijn of the Netherlands, Princess Laurentien of the Netherlands.