There is nothing uncomfortable about this interview. It is just an interview to celebrate the 20th anniversary of the Orange Fund, a gift to Willem-Alexander and Maxima at the occasion of their marriage in 2002. It supports hundreds of social projects every year.
I am not sure who the lady is who is interviewing, although she looks familiar to me. The man is Professor Kim Putters, Director of the Social and Cultural Planning Office.
About the room, this used to be the Green Drawing room in Huis ten Bosch Palace, designed by Queen Juliana. Now it is the “DNA Room”. The pattern of the wall decorations is derived from the DNA-codes of the king and queen. I usually call it the “brick room”.
Do start 😊😉😋
The interior is a hotel? Surely not a palace 🤯🤤
It was uncomfortable in the sense that these two interviewers were so eager to please it hurt my eyes and ears. The interior is a whole different matter. Don't get me started on that!
Well, it was meant as publicity for the Oranje Fonds and that's fine. For me, I am more interested in the decoration of the room ...
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