It’s no secret that Abanage is a consistent theme. More and more people want to snatch the royals of suffocation in Europe, including Denmark.
Recently, it was known that 49 percent of the Danish population agrees with it in whole or in part Prince Joachim (52) must have lost his father From 2022. This was revealed in a study conducted Berlingske Tidende.
However, it was someone who accepted the task himself Dutch Crown Princess Catherine-Amalia (17).
She has now chosen to renounce suffocation – at least for now.
To offset costs
Daughter of Crown Princess Catherine-Amalia, Queen Maxima and King Willem-Alexander (54), son of former Queen Beatrix of the Netherlands. They also have princess children Alexia (16) and Ariane (14).
The young heir to the throne turns 18 in December. Thus, one can expect to receive NOK 16 million annually, writes the Dutch media To us.
With a salary of about 3 million, the remaining millions will have to cover the costs associated with being a crown princess.
However, the 17-year-old did not want to roll this money into an account. In a handwritten letter to Dutch Prime Minister Mark Rutte, he abandons his father for the time being.
«7. December 2021 I will be 18 years old and, according to the law, will receive an apology. I’m embarrassed until I do nothing for the money, especially when it’s so hard for other students, especially during this time with the corona virus, ”writes Princess Crown, who recently became a student.
After receiving the letter, the Prime Minister agreed to stop allocating it to the Crown Princess from the age of 18.
Before returning to the study bench next year, she will have a break to explore the world next year.
For the first time
NOS writes that the crown princess has come to an end after the Dutch royal family’s economy and Amalia’s applause turned into a heated debate among politicians in their home country.
The Dutch media also wrote that this was the first time a member of the royal family had abandoned Abanas.
According to Defender In 2012, a study found that the Dutch royal family was one of the most expensive to operate in Europe. That year it even surpassed the British Royal House, which for many years was considered the most expensive.
At the time, it cost Dutch taxpayers 39 39.4 million a year. This corresponds to NOK 397 million.
In comparison, the Spanish royal house is four times more expensive than the Spanish taxpayer’s.
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