Ariane, The Youngest Princess

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Mother and father - Prince Willem-Alexander married an Argentinian woman who was not of nobility: Máxima Zorreguieta Cerruti in 2002.

Her Sisters - Ariane's sisters are Princess Catharina-Amalia of Orange (2003), the heir to the throne, and Princess Alexia Juliana Marcela Laurentien (2005).

Dual Nationality - Princess Ariane has dual nationality. She has both Dutch and Argentine nationality due to her mother's birthplace.

International Education - Princess Ariane is studying at the United World College Adriatic in Italy, where she hopes to obtain the International Baccalaureate in 2025.

At Age 17 Princess of Orange-Nassau - The Dutch king's youngest daughter turned 17 on April 2024. In this gallery, see how the princess grew up and what the teen likes to do.

Fluent in Multiple Languages - Several languages at a high level. In addition to Dutch, she also speaks English and Spanish due to her mother's Argentinian origins.

Loves Animals - It is also known that Princess Ariane loves animals. The youngest Orange has been spotted visiting zoos and interacting with animals in her spare time.

Ariane's Future - Is still too early to predict the details, Princess Ariane will likely play a role within the Dutch royal family in the future.

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