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Old 04-22-2014, 04:36 PM
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"Máxima und Willem-Alexander: Frischer Wind auf Hollands Thron" (2014) - ZDF Doco

ZDF Docu about the first year of Máxima and WA as Queen and King

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Máxima und Willem-Alexander - ZDF.de

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Old 04-22-2014, 06:16 PM
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Thanks for posting! Nice to see the eternal Reinildis van Ditzhuyzen again, I met her once coinsidently and she is quite funny. Of course she has told some stories a million times by now (about the engagement for example).

I see that they interviewed Countess Annabel von Oeynhausen again (she was also interviewed by the ZDF for Beatrix abdication). I am quite sure that her participation was approved by the court. And the Fürst of Waldeck-Pyrmont was also interviewed.
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Old 04-22-2014, 09:38 PM
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You´re welcome :)
Those docus at ZDF are always nice to watch, a bit sugary, but meh, sometimes you need that.
Ah and ZDF calls M&WA the "most colorful Royal Couple Europes" That´s not difficult, their counterparts are over 50
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Old 04-23-2014, 01:36 PM
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You´re welcome :)
Those docus at ZDF are always nice to watch, a bit sugary, but meh, sometimes you need that.
Ah and ZDF calls M&WA the "most colorful Royal Couple Europes" That´s not difficult, their counterparts are over 50
Heu... Albert & Charlène and Philippe & Mathilde are also of their generation.

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And even over-50's are not per definition colorless; in keeping with poster Fuerstin Taxis, I'm thinking of Gloria von Thurn und Taxis :-)
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Heu... Albert & Charlène and Philippe & Mathilde are also of their generation.

Omg, totally forgot them Well, that just proves that WA&M are the most colourful royal couple..

Gloria is just different to us all
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Already been done any television movie about dating and engagement of Willem-Alexander and Maxima?
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