- HRH Princess Maxima of the Netherlands (from www.koninklijkhuis.nl
From July 1996 to February 1998, Princess Máxima worked for HSBC James Capel Inc. in New York, where she was Vice-President of Latin American Institutional Sales. From then until July 1999 she was Vice-President of the emerging markets division of Dresdner Kleinwort Benson in New York, specialising in Equities. She then moved to Deutsche Bank in New York, where she was Vice-President of Institutional Sales. From May 2000 to March 2001, she worked at the EU Representative Office of Deutsche Bank in Brussels.
- HRH Prince Johan-Friso of Orange-Nassau: starts his carreer in 1995 for research company McKinsey. In 1998 he becomes an assocate for one of the mot prestigious banks in the world, Goldman-Sachs. In 2003 he quits GS, in the meantime he became vice-president investment banking. Since april 2004 he is working as CEO for TNO-Space
- HRH Princess Mabel of Orange-Nassau: started her carreer in 1992 at the UN in NYC, she specialised in the Balkans. In 1994 she founded the European Action Counsil, with members as Margaret Thatcher and Simon Wiesenthal. The purpose of this counsil was to change european policy to the war in the former yougoslavia. According to a file of the dutch secret service Mabel was one of the few who could actually influence he dutch gouverment on this matter. Halfway in the 90-ties Mabel was also involved in the founding of the dutch branch of War-Child & became a member of their board. In 1998 Mabel went to the Open Society Institute where she became the president (in dutch: directeur). The OSI was founded & financed by Hungarian multi-milionaire George Soros and is a non-profit organisation involved in politics.
- HRH Prince Constantijn of the Netherlands (from www.koninklijkhuis.nl
On graduating, Prince Constantijn gained work experience in the private office of the Dutch European Commissioner, Hans van den Broek, and continued to work there until 1999.
From 2001 to 2003, the Prince worked as a strategic policy consultant with Booz Allen & Hamilton in London.
He has been working as an advisor on European communications at the Ministry of Foreign Affairs since 1 August 2003. In this capacity, he spends one day a week advising the Minister for European Affairs on communication strategies on European cooperation.
Since 1 March 2004, the Prince has been working for four days a week in Brussels as a policy researcher for RAND Europe, a non-profit organisation responsible for independent policy research and consultancy for both the public and private sectors. The Prince deals with research on ICT and transport. RAND also researches education, health care and security.
- HRH Princess Laurentien of the Netherlands (from www.koninklijkhuis.nl
Princess Laurentien started her career as a video journalist for CNN Headline News in Atlanta, Georgia (USA), where she worked from 1991 to 1992. From 1992 to 1995, she was executive director of the Belmont European Policy Centre in Brussels, a think tank on European affairs. From 1995 to 1997 she worked for Philip Morris in Brussels, where she was manager of government relations. In 1997 she was appointed deputy director of Edelman Worldwide, an international public relations agency, and in February 2000 joined the board of directors of the Brussels branch of Adamson BSMG Worldwide, an international consultancy specialising in strategic communications and public affairs. After their marriage in May 2001, Prince Constantijn and Princess Laurentien went to live in London, where the Princess worked for BSMG Worldwide, the consultancy she had worked for in Brussels. In London, she was head of Corporate Communications Practice, first for the UK, then for the European market. BSMG Worldwide merged with Weber Shandwick in January 2002. Since May 2003, she has been working as a freelance communications consultant.
- HRH Prince Carlos of Bourbon-Parma: banker, for ABN-AMRO
- HRH Prince Jaime of Bourbon-Parma: diplomat, now advisor to euro-commisioner Neelie Kroes, before that active in Afgahnistan and Baghdad.
- HRH Princess Margarita of Bourbon-Parma: interior decorator
Edwin de Roy van Zuydewijn (soon to be ex-husband of Margarita), he was an entrepeneur, had several businesses specialised in consultancy.
- HRH PrincessMaria-Carolina of Bourbon-Parma, working for the UN, now in NYC, before in a refugeecamp in Palestina.
- HH Prince Maurits of Orange-Nassau: business manager at Philips. before this he worked at Schiphol airport and in his studentdays he was even a bartender.
- HH Princess Marilene of Orange-Nassau: part-time 'Marketeer' of Ahold, in her studentdays also a bartender, in the same cafe (Juliana) as her husband.
- HH Prince Bernhard of Orange-Nassau: entrepeneur
- HH Princess Annette of Orange-Nassau: works part-time with mentally handicapped
- HH Prince Pieter-Christiaan of Orange-Nassau: Banker (ABN-AMRO?)
- HH Princess Anita of Orange-Nassau: Banker
- HH Prince Floris of Orange-Nassau: policy officer for the public prosecution office
- HM Queen Fabiola of Belgium: nurse (before her marriage)
- HRH Crwownprincess Mathilde of Belgium: speech therapist, had her own practise (before her marriage).
- HRH Princess Claire of Belgium : surveyor, partner in 'Brone & Oldenhove'
- HIRH Archduke Lorenz of Austria-Este, Prince of Belgium: Banker
- HIRH Archduke Carl-Christian of Austria (husband of Marie-Astrid of Lux) : Banker
- HSH Prince Nicolaus of Liechtenstein (husband of Marguerite of Luxembourg) : Liechtensteins ambassador in Brussels.
- HSH Hereditairy Prince Alois of Liechtenstein: Banker
- HSH Prince Maximilian of Liechtenstein: Banker
- HSH Princess Angela of Liechtenstein: fashion designer