Many of this old pictures are easy to find online. I guess due to miscarriages and the state of the Dutch Royal Family at the time Juliana was very welcome and cherished. But papa Hendrik had a big eye for other ladies then his wife Wilhelmina and there are aknowledged children of Hendrik outside the marriage. Mama Wilhelmina was strict, being Queen since the age of 10. Apparently Wilhelmina has suffered miscarriages before and after Juliana.
Juiiana herself wanted to have a more direct connection to the Dutch people. A kind of being more common than a (distinct) royal. A peoples queen.
Her eldest daughter, Beatrix, went back to a more buisiness kind of approach of being a queen.
It's not unusual that children turn out more like their grandparents.
Wasn't Juliana also the first Queen to send her children to public schools?
A delayed reply.
Indeed, Juliana was the first.
The princesses, with exception of Christina, went as primary school to the, at that time, rather progressive Workshop Children's Community of the pedagogue Kees Boeke in Bilthoven, a school for primary and secondary education. The curriculum proved unsuccessful for the sisters. A test carried out on behalf of their parents showed that Beatrix and Irene had a large knowledge gap and in April 1951 a private class was created for them in Paleis Soestdijk, supplemented by selected children. Her father soon ordered him to be placed under the responsibility of the Het Baarnsch Lyceum. They moved to a villa in Baarn, which was named Incrementum as the official annex. Margriet went from the third grade to the Nieuwe Baarnsche School. In 1961 she obtained a Gymnasium-A diploma at the Baarnsch Lyceum.
Dutch Wikipedia about the Workshop Children's Community: https://nl.wikipedia.org/...kplaats_Kindergemeenschap