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Old 03-25-2019, 10:02 AM
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Dutch State Visit to Ireland: June 12-14, 2019

King Willem-Alexander and Queen Maxima are to pay a state visit to Ireland at the invitation of President Michael D. Higgins. The visit will take place from 12 to 14 June.

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https://www.koninklijkhuis.nl/actuee...bezoek-ierland
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Old 03-25-2019, 10:03 AM
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King Wilhelm-Alexander and Queen Maxima to Visit Ireland: 12-14th June 2019.

https://twitter.com/koninklijkhuis/s...632103936?s=21

“King Willem-Alexander and Queen Máxima are to pay a state visit to Ireland at the invitation of President Michael D. Higgins. The visit will take place from 12 to 14 June.”
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Old 03-25-2019, 10:18 AM
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How very nice. An obvious choice at the moment of course.
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Old 03-25-2019, 10:44 AM
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Do we know the Ireland government hosting a state banquet during state visit? Q.Elizabeth wore a Tiara but she usually wears a Tiara even at black events.
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Old 03-25-2019, 10:56 AM
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How very nice. An obvious choice at the moment of course.
How so? (Asked genuinely, not sarcastically.) Because of Brexit?
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Old 03-25-2019, 01:19 PM
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How so? (Asked genuinely, not sarcastically.) Because of Brexit?
I guess its plays a part as the visit will be to encourage trade and at the moment, Ireland exports and imports a lot from UK. Obviously, if there is a no deal, it changes things and it would be probably easier to deal with Fellow EU states so the Netherlands will pick up the slack.
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Old 03-25-2019, 01:41 PM
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An early summer visit ,I can't reacll if Beatrix ever paid a State Visit to Ireland ?
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Old 03-25-2019, 02:33 PM
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Yes she did, in 1990 as the first Dutch monarch ever to do so.

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How so? (Asked genuinely, not sarcastically.) Because of Brexit?
Indeed. It has caused a realignment of Dutch policies in Europe. In the past we & the other Northern countires of the EU could let the UK take the lead in issues like a prudent fiscal policy, free trade etc. With the UK gone there is a vaccuum which these countries tried to fill with more intensive cooperation on financial matters. They created the so-called 'Bad weather' coalition / New Hanseatic League. Last year we already saw three visit to the Baltic states. A visit to Sweden or Finland would not be surprising either.
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Yes she did, in 1990 as the first Dutch monarch ever to do so.


Ah yes with the late President Hillery and Mrs. Hillery and Queen Beatrix wore a tiara as did Princess Grace and Queen Sonja of Norway.

Thank goodness the visit is on June 12th and not July 12th!
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Yes she did, in 1990 as the first Dutch monarch ever to do so.



Indeed. It has caused a realignment of Dutch policies in Europe. In the past we & the other Northern countires of the EU could let the UK take the lead in issues like a prudent fiscal policy, free trade etc. With the UK gone
Some of us are still holding out hope that we’re not gone, even if we probably have destroyed all relationships with EU countries and beyond
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How so? (Asked genuinely, not sarcastically.) Because of Brexit?
Besides Ireland, the Netherlands will be hardest hit by Brexit. The Irish because of their geographical position and shared border, the Dutch because of the volume of Anglo-Dutch trade. No wonder that the King visited the UK and now visits Ireland. The two countries fully align with the EU27 but are at the same time the two most interested in achieving an orderly Brexit without too much unrest.
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I'm really looking forward to this State Visit - Ireland and the Netherlands, a great combination!
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awesome - another visit to look forward to this year.
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So, there is hope for a black tie state dinner and Maxima wears tiaras to those.
Either way, I think the emerald parure (or parts of it) is a safe bet for this visit.
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This is unexpected joyful news thrown into an uneasy week for Ireland’s Brexit prospects. The uncertain June weather for the visit won’t matter with Maxima’s sunny presence!
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So, there is hope for a black tie state dinner and Maxima wears tiaras to those.
Either way, I think the emerald parure (or parts of it) is a safe bet for this visit.
Emeralds in the Emerald Isle

All State Visits Gala Banquets are hosted at Dublin Castle right in the city centre

St Patrick's Hall,Dublin Castle

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Farmleigh is the official Irish State guest residence and was once the home of the Earl of Iveagh.

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Dutch State Visit to Ireland 12-14 June

State visits from monarchies are relatively rare for Ireland. The big visit back in the 60s was from the glamorous Monaco couple http://graceandfamily.tumblr.com/pos...o-and-his-wife
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Other than the British RF and the Monegasque Princely Family would be the 2 most widely known royal houses in Ireland the Dutch Royal Family with the exception of former queen Beatrix would be largely unknown.
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Interesting and refreshing news to hear indeed! I'll be looking forward into seeing the coverage of WA and Maxima's visit. I didn't realise that so few royals had been to Ireland on state visits.
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President Higgins is going to look tiny in the photos next to the Royal couple! Hopefully Max might pull a nice green outfit out of the wardrobe for the occasion.
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