The Young Female Heir edition: Her Royal Highness The Princess of Orange
Some facts about her that you might want to know:
1. She was born on December 7th 2003 as the first daughter of the then The Prince and Princess of Orange (now King and Queen of The Netherlands)
2. Her full name is Catharina-Amalia Beatrix Carmen Victoria. She was simply called Amalia by her families and friends.
3. Upon the public announcement of her birth in 2003, 101 salute shots were fired at four places in the Kingdom of the Netherlands: Den Helder and The Hague in the Netherlands, Willemstad in the Netherlands Antilles, and Oranjestad in Aruba.
4. Amalia's birthdays every year are traditionally celebrated with a concert at the Kloosterkerk in The Hague, which is attended by ambassadors and members of the royal household and the Council of State of the Netherlands.
5. On her seventh birthday, a Douglas C-47 Skytrain once owned by her great-grandfather, Prince Bernhard of Lippe-Biesterfeld, was named after Catharina-Amalia by Peter Hartman. The princess herself was prevented from attending the naming ceremony by school obligations.
6. When her grandmother,now Princess Beatrix,abdicated on April 30th 2013, her father ascended the throne and Amalia became the heir to the throne. She assumed the title "Princess of Orange" and becoming the first to do so in her own right.
7. Princess Catharina-Amalia will assume a seat in the Advisory Division of the Council of State of the Netherlands upon reaching the age of majority at 18.
8. She will be given £224,000 per year, starting from her 18th birthday on December 7th 2021. Amalia will also receive €1.2 million for private staff and expenses. This aforementioned amount was approved by the House of Representatives of the Netherlands nine years ago.
9. She was one of the bridesmaids at the wedding of her godmother, Crown Princess Victoria of Sweden, and Daniel Westling in 2010.
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