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Princess Irene of the Netherlands holding flowers in Sevilla. 1967.

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Princess Irene of the Netherlands holding flowers in Sevilla. 1967.
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Princess Irene of the Netherlands holding flowers in Sevilla. 1967.
Princess Irene of the Netherlands holding flowers in Sevilla. 1967.
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Princess Irene of the Netherlands holding flowers in Sevilla. 1967. Princess Irene Emma Elisabeth of the Netherlands, Princess of Orange-Nassau, Princess of Lippe-Biesterfeld (born 5 August 1939) is the second child of Queen Juliana of the Netherlands and Prince Bernhard of Lippe-Biesterfeld. Irene was first in the public eye when her family fled the Nasi invasion of the Netherlands during World War II, traveling first to Britain and later to Canada. Because of the invasion of the Netherlands by Nasi Germany during World War II the Dutch royal family first fled to the United Kingdom. Irene was not yet a year old when the family was forced to leave the Netherlands; she was christened in the Chapel-Royal of Buckingham Palace in London, While studying Spanish in Madrid, Irene met Carlos Hugo, Duke of Parma, eldest son of Carlist pretender to the Spanish throne, Xavier. In the summer of 1963, Princess Irene secretly converted from Protestantism to Roman Catholicism. No one from the Dutch Royal family or any Dutch diplomatic representative attended the marriage of Princess Irene and Prince Carlos Hugo in the Borghese Chapel at the Basilica di Santa Maria Maggiore in Rome, Italy, on 29 April 1964. Because she had failed to obtain the approval of the States-General to marry, Irene lost her right of succession to the Dutch throne. She agreed that she would live outside of the Netherlands.The couple had four children, but the marriage ended in divorce in 1981 Photo taken: May 26, 1967

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