The Netherlands. Princess Amalia gave up living in Amsterdam because she was receiving threats

Princess Amalia, heir to the Dutch throne, had to give up her apartment in a dormitory in Amsterdam and return to the royal palace due to threats. The information was provided by her parents, King Wilhelm Alexander and Queen Maksim.

The official visit of the Dutch royal couple to Sweden. During the farewell meeting with the media, they surprised journalists with the information that their daughter Amalia, who was studying in Amsterdam, had given up her dormitory accommodation due to threats and returned to the Huis ten Bosch Palace in The Hague.

“The threats have tremendous consequences for her life,” King William Alexander said. “She practically leaves the palace only to study at the university,” added Queen Maksima.

King Wilhelm Alexander and Queen Maxim in GothenburgTT NEWS AGENCY

The prime minister is “very sorry” for the heir to the throne

Prime Minister Mark Rutte – referring to the princess’ situation – he judged on Friday that it was “terrible news”. – I feel very sorry for her and, of course, I am very worried about it – the head of government told journalists.

The security services work “day and night” to protect the princess, assured Justice and Security Minister Dilan Yesilgoz-Zegerius.

Princess AmaliaPAP / NTB

The daily De Telegraaf wrote a few days ago that the leaders of the Moroccan drug mafia could be behind the threats.

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