This Thursday, the Dutch public service media group AVROTROS organized its annual grand gala. During this evening, television prizes are awarded to TV hosts and personalities from the small screen. Countess Eloise of Orange-Nassau appeared in a gold dress borrowed from her mother as she walked the red carpet, actually a blue carpet, at the Royal Theater Carré in Amsterdam.
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Eloise d’Orange-Nassau happy for her friend Robbert Rodenburg
Countess Eloise of Orange-Nassau, 20, niece of King Willem-Alexander, was beaming when she arrived at Le Carré in Amsterdam to attend the Gouden Televizier-Ring Gala. The daughter of Prince Constantijn and Princess Laurentien is a hotel school student in Amsterdam. She is also an influencer and has exceeded 325,000 subscribers on Instagram.
The countess has accumulated media appearances this year, frequently received in television programs for young people and in various media. She is particularly close to Robbert Rodenburg who received her on his online show Open Kaart. She was also present at his side this Thursday, when Robbert was called on the scene later in the evening. The host won the prize in the “Online video series” category for his interviews with personalities that he publishes on his YouTube channel. The YouTuber regularly manages to get his guests to make exclusive statements.
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A dress lent by Princess Laurentien
Countess Eloise wore a golden dress by Talbot Runhof. This dress, sometimes champagne, sometimes golden, depending on the light, is borrowed from her mother. Princess Laurentien of the Netherlands had treasured this evening dress in a closet for years. According to specialist Josine Droogendijk, Princess Laurentien wore this dress in 2014. Like her mother, the Countess also wore open shoes, revealing her toes. Eloise wore blue polish on her toenails, unlike Laurentien who had chosen a red polish.
Libelle reports that the Countess was stressed all week to properly prepare for this event. The young woman had posted on Instagram a message of help to her community. She was desperately looking for a makeup artist to help her get ready. Story magazine reports the remarks of the countess made to the ANP agency. “It’s special to live”the countess said of the frenzy around the red carpet.