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King Willem-Alexander and Queen Maxima with their daughters (left to right) Ariane, Alexia and Amalia, March 2018
Apr 27 '18 10:30

Government information service Rijksvoorlichtingsdienst released new photos of King Willem-Alexander, Queen Maxima and their three daughters to mark the occasion of Willem-Alexander being King of the Netherlands for five years. 

Willem-Alexander took the throne on April 30th, 2013. 

The photos were taken in the Royal Palace in Amsterdam by Erwin Olaf in March.


King Willem-Alexander, 2017
Apr 28 '17 08:07

King Willem-Alexander is continuing celebrating his 50th birthday with a special dinner at the Royal Palace in Amsterdam tonight. 150 Dutch whose birthdays are also on April 27th will be dining with the King and Queen, ANP reports.

Mar 3 '17 12:25

A total of 11,493 people want to have dinner with King Willem-Alexander to celebrate his and their birthdays. They registered to be one of 150 people, whose birthday is also on April 27th, to have dinner with the King at the Royal Palace in Amsterdam, the Royal House announced on Friday.

Jun 2 '16 16:50

King Willem-Alexander will be opening an exhibition of House of Oranje-Nassau portraits in the Royal Palace on Dam Square in Amsterdam on July 1st

Dec 3 '15 09:58

Iranian photographer Newsha Tavakolian received the Prins Claus Award from the hands of Prince Constantijn in the Royal Palace in Amsterdam on Wednesday.

May 11 '15 07:59

A few dozen people gathered on the Museumplein in Amsterdam on Sunday afternoon for a "Fuck Racism - Fuck the King" demonstration.

May 7 '15 14:05

The vandals who spray painted "Fuck the King" on the royal palace in Amsterdam sometime during Wednesday night, was caught doing so on security camera, according to a spokesperson for the Central Government Real Estate Agency.

Jan 15 '14 04:32

His Majesty King Willem-Alexander and Her Majesty Queen Máxima received a few hundred guests in the Royal Palace of Amsterdam, on Tuesday, for the traditional new year's reception. Among them representatives from the construction branch, according to tradition to invite a special group every year.

Nov 13 '13 05:03

The third floor of the Royal Palace in Amsterdam will be open to the public next summer. For the exhibition "In vol ornaat", visitors are allowed to look around in the large and the small Court Martial Chambers. Never before were visitors granted access to the third floor of the palace, according to a spokesperson Tuesday

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