Princess Máxima of the Dutch royal family
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How the times have changed for the Dutch monarchy

There has been a queen on the throne of the Netherlands for more than a hundred years.

Described as Europe's most modern monarchy, the Dutch royal family is regarded as relatively open and accessible.

But as the BBC's Gabriel Gatehouse reports from Amsterdam, times are changing.

  • 22 Mar 2011
  • From the section Europe
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