De vlag vergeet ik altijd uit te hangen, maar dit is wel een super alternatief!

Holland wreath in celebration of Queen's day (now King's day)

Queen Wilhelmina - Koningin Wilhelmina gefotografeerd tijdens een galadiner in het paleis met de regering.

Queen Wilhelmina in her later years, wearing the emerald tiara, though it's difficult to see it properly

Queen Juliana wearing the stunning Stuart Diamond tiara by lula

Queen Juliana wearing the stunning Stuart Diamond tiara. Queen Emma's Van Kempen necklace was dismantled to create this beautiful tiara.

Württemberg diadeem - Koningin Wilhelmina tijdens haar huwelijk met prins Hendrik in 1901.

Royal Wedding Queen Wilhelmina of the Netherlands & Duke Henry of Mecklenburg-Schwerin

1890 Adelheid Emma Wilhelmina Theresia en haar dochter Wilhelmina bij de dood van Willem Alexander Paul Frederik Lodewijk (Brussel, 19 februari 1817 – Apeldoorn, 23 november 1890), Prins van Oranje-Nassau

1890 Adelheid Emma Wilhelmina Theresia en haar dochter Wilhelmina bij de dood van Willem Alexander Paul Frederik Lodewijk (Brussel, 19 februari 1817 – Apeldoorn, 23 november 1890), Prins van Oranje-Nassau

Dutch royal crown (made for Willem II 1840), scepter (Willem I 1815) and the appel (Willem II 1840)

The regalia of the Netherlands. The crown symbolises the sovereignty of the…

Frederik van Oranje-Nassau (1797-1881) tweede zoon van koning Willem I en koningin Wilhelmina van Pruisen

Frederik van Oranje-Nassau (1797-1881) tweede zoon van koning Willem I en koningin Wilhelmina van Pruisen

Queen Emma of the Netherlands, 1882. Apparently, the top part of the diadem (the diamond stars and the upright pearls) is still in the vaults. And the laurel wreath base, my favorite part, is reportedly broken. It's not as if The Netherlands has a shortage of tiaras.

Queen Emma of the Netherlands wore the Van Kempen tiara for the first time in public in for the wedding of her sister, Princess Helena of Waldeck Pyrmont to Prince Albert, Duke of Albany.

Foto van Wilhelmina en Hendrik van 17 oktober 1900, een dag na de bekendmaking van de verloving.

Wilhelmina Queen of Holland & Prince Consort He did what they expect from him. He made a child for the throne

Willem van Oranje-Nassau (1840-1879) - Wikipedia

William, Prince of Orange (Willem Nicolaas Alexander Frederik Karel Hendrik; 4 September 1840 – 11 June was heir apparent to his father King William III of the Netherlands from 17 March 1849 until his death.

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