: Very nice! Thank you for the summary of the
: I still recall the disaster that was wrapped
: around her first husband. Glad she got rid
: of him and was welcomed back into the fold
: and is much happier now!
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: In the glossy Bij ons in de residentie
: will find plenty interviews with inhabitants
: of royal residence The Hague, some of them
: well-known while others are still working on
: establishing a reputation
: One of the well-known inhabitants is
: Princess Margarita de B-P, who currently
: lives at royal (private) estate 'De
: Horsten' with her husband and 2 daughters.
: She designs jewelry inspired by nature and -
: to be more precise - leaves are her main
: theme. Not surprising for Princess Irene's
: daughter of course...
: In the interview the Princess admits she
: felt inadequate seeing most of her relatives
: accomplish (1 or 2 or even more) university
: degrees while she herself didn't finish her
: antropological studies but opted for more
: practical skills.
: After having been involved in
: (re-)decorating houses/offices etc. as an
: interior decorator she now has found her
: destination in creating jewelry.
: The interview does make for some nice
: reading (waitingroom reading, like I did)
: but nothing new under the sun.
: Grandmother Juliana and the family
: get-togethers on April 30 at Soestdijk
: Palace were mentioned, of course, as well as
: growing up with so many brothers/cousins she
: now knows all about cars & planes (seems
: she can fly a plane too..) but her being
: dyslectic was a hindrance for further
: Anyway, lots of PR for the Princess and her