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A private photo of Princess Alexia partying causes a stir

A private photo of Princess Alexia partying causes a stir


Dutch Princess Alexia, the middle daughter of King Willem-Alexander and Queen Maxima, is currently studying at Atlantic College in Wales. In addition to learning, there’s also time to party on the channel, according to Makeup’s royal photo. That picture appeared on a Dutch site last weekend, but that’s actually strictly forbidden…

Hanne Vandenweghe

A riot among our northern neighbors, because the media law was violated there. This means that no private photos of members of the royal family may appear. Start. Nowhere. To protect their lives well from the outside world. the site this and that He broke the law and posted an unofficial photo online of party princess Alexia in Wales, where the princess also went to school. Pictured, the 16-year-old royal wears a scarlet lace hull and a black mini skirt. The accompanying title reads “Amalia Goes to the New School.”

It is currently unknown what the consequences will be for the site. According to other Dutch media, the State Information Service (RVD), the government body that deals with information about the royal house, is likely to continue to reprimand editors. One possible consequence of the publication may be that journalists who have not respected the media law are no longer welcome at official (photo) events.

This isn’t the first time the media code has been cracked. In 2015, a photo appeared of King Willem-Alexander and his daughters Amalia and Alexia during a dinner at McDonald’s. The photo was taken by Dutch journalist Kamran Allah and it disappeared shortly after. Meanwhile, other foreign media have already distributed the shot. Recently – last year – it became RTL Boulevard Called to the account by RVD. After the broadcast, a photo of Princess Amalia in a Christmas musical, taken from the Instagram account of Koninklijke Schouwburg The Hague, was shown.

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