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« Reply #15 on: August 29, 2020, 11:10:57 AM »

About Eloises 1st live conversation on Instagram

https://www.ad.nl/show/gr...-ik-gewoon-alex~aee5b799/

A.o. "I just call my uncle Alex"
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« Reply #16 on: October 01, 2020, 09:53:06 AM »

https://www.nu.nl/achterk...-broer-claus-casimir.html


Countess Eloise displeased with reports of her brother Claus-Casimir's being 'expelled'

Eloise van Oranje is angry about the way her brother Claus-Casimir is portrayed in the media, she tells in an Instagram story on Wednesday. According to Marc van der Linden and weekly magazine Weekend, Claus-Casimir would be sent to the Scottish boarding school Gordonstoun because of his "adolescent problems", but according to the countess this is not true. "How can you talk about a young boy like that ?!"

The irritation arose at Van Oranje as a result of statements that Marc van der Linden made in RTL Boulevard last Friday. He suggested that the move has to do with rumors of the young count's perceived lack of discipline. "Then there may come a moment when parents decide: if you continue like this, you will go to boarding school. And this school is known for that, notorious even, that you are taught discipline there," says Van der Linden

On her Instagram story, the eighteen-year-old lashes out at royalty expert and says that none of it is true. "What a strange idea to suggest that Claus is sent away, while he is such a nice and social boy. Besides that he is also a great brother."

Van Oranje is upset about the media reports about her brother. "How can you talk about a young boy like that and not expect this to affect him. Be normal and keep your negative opinion, which is based on nothing, to yourself."

Weekly magazine Weekend already paid attention to Eloise's lifestyle and published photos of her with a cigarette. This led to a critical reaction from her parents Prince Constantijn and Princess Laurentien.
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« Reply #17 on: Today at 09:28:03 AM »

https://nos.nl/artikel/23...n-koninkijke-familie.html


'Countess fluencer' Eloise gives a unique glimpse into the life of the royal family

King Willem-Alexander is simply called Alex, Easter is celebrated in the Italian country house of Princess Beatrix and Prince Constantijn and Princess Laurentien dance at home. Countess Eloise gives a unique glimpse into the life of the royal family on her social media accounts.

And apparently we want to see that too: several posts by the eldest daughter of Prince Constantijn and Princess Laurentien have gone viral in recent weeks and since last week the countess has been followed by more than 200,000 people.

That glimpse into the life of the royal family is special, says Royal House expert Rick Evers. "When it comes to their private lives, the Royal Family has always said, this far and no further. Eloise's Instagram is seen as a first step towards a more personal approach within the Royal Family."

In this clip on TikTok, which was later removed, Eloise can be seen dancing with her father Constantijn and mother Laurentien. When asked 'who made you famous?' she points to her parents with a smile:

https://twitter.com/Chiem...tatus/1327597368842334211

The rule is that attention for the family must be limited. You notice this in interviews, for example, says Evers. "Conversations with the king and queen are quite relaxed. I can ask anything about their work, but when it comes to private matters, a way out is being sought."

Royal House reporter Kysia Hekster recognizes this. "We only hear about the private life of the royal family on the terms of the king himself. If asked about it and he does not feel like it, he will let you know."

Eloise, now jokingly referred to as Countess Fluencer, has more than 200,000 followers on Instagram and nearly half a million likes on TikTok. She shares videos and photos of herself and participates in the popular trends on social media. She also shares images of her family and anecdotes about her family in interviews. "You can hear the royal family thinking: what are we supposed to do with this?", Says Evers.

That is the question, says Hekster. Because the royal family can also benefit from this. "You can also reason the other way around: visibility is important for the monarchy. Eloise shares very innocent facts, they are not family secrets. That is also unlikely, because the brothers have very close contact."

According to Evers, the 'look behind the scenes' of the royal family is good. "I think it is good to show that there is a personal side. On the one hand, to maintain the fairytale, but also to remain approachable."

In an interview with influencer Robbert Rodenburg for his YouTube series Open Map, Eloise talked about Easter, which the royal family celebrates in Italy. "Then the 'Easter Bunny' went to hide eggs and we had to watch a movie in the turret. But in that turret there was just a window and we saw the parents hide eggs":

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1z9WFWD5dwM

Because of Eloise's accounts, social media will also be considered within the royal family, says Evers. All members of the royal family have protected accounts, which may become public in the future. "Heirs to the throne previously contributed to a book that appeared around their 18th birthday. This gave you more information about their background. That book may be out of date, so it could just become an Instagram account."

A public Instagram account for Princess Amalia would be good for the support for the monarchy in the Netherlands, the royalty expert thinks. "You want to know more about the future queen. Hopefully that will not become a good account, because it has to be according to the RVD guidelines. You want an account like that of Eloise."

Eloise gave her first interview ever on the Jeugdjournaal:

A majority of Dutch people understand and support that the king is keeping his daughters out of publicity, according to the annual royal family survey of the NOS. Yet it seems that the Netherlands is curious, says Hekster. In May, Eloise had only 6,000 followers, now 200,000. "Of course she looks for publicity herself, but there are also many people who want to know everything about the private affairs of the royal family. They now get a little insight through Eloise."

Evers also thinks that Eloise's popularity has to do with curiosity. "She is just one click away from the Royal House. One influencer excels in humor, the other in creativity or beauty, in the case of Eloise it is really above all because she is the niece of the king."



A difference with the three daughters of Willem-Alexander is that Eloise is not a member of the Royal House. As a result, she does not fall under ministerial responsibility and the Government Information Service does not act officially for Eloise. Yet she is fifth in line for succession to the throne.
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« Reply #18 on: Today at 09:54:34 AM »

https://www.nu.nl/achterk...r-ze-viert-het-leven.html

Princess Laurentien on social media use of daughter: 'she celebrates life'

Princess Laurentien has spoken out in BEAU about the social media use of her daughter Eloise. The countess's mother says she does not want to interfere with what her daughter posts online.

"The most important thing is that she stays herself and stands firmly in her shoes," says the princess. "She is eighteen years old, a grown young woman."

Princess Laurentien says that she "occasionally whispers things to her daughter". "But we have faith in her. Life is a learning process, also for her. You can see that she is celebrating her life, the most important thing is her authenticity."

The question was posed to the princess following a deleted TikTok video of Countess Eloise. In it she can be seen dancing with both her parents. "She thought afterwards," says Laurentien. When asked by Beau van Erven Dorens whether Eloise "did not want to get her parents involved in this", the princess replies: "Something like that."

Princess Laurentien also says she has learned from her daughter's active presence on Instagram and TikTok. "You look at it in a different way now," says the princess. "She teaches us to look at the media in modern times."

Eloise has been active on social media since her eighteenth birthday and regularly posts messages and videos. She made a video in which she answers questions from followers.
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