Dances, choreographies, laughter and samba. This was the famous experience of the King and Queen of the Netherlands and his daughter Amalia de Orange at the Aruba carnival. maximum, with a flower print dress by Johanna Ortiz, composed a dance partner with a dancer. Her husband, Guillermo, burst out laughing in the middle of the dance. Her daughter, Amalia, somewhat shy, also joined the show. She has been during the official trip of the Kings of the Netherlands through the Caribbean.

For Amalia, 19, this tour marks her debut on the international agenda. An intense and long trip that started on the 27th in Bonair and that has taken them to Aruba. Afterwards, they will call at Sint Maarten (Saint Martin) and Curaçao.

The princess is surrounded by her parents, who are sharing the photo album of a visit on their official networks that arrives overshadowed by the colonial past of the Netherlands and by slavery on the overseas islands.

The visit to Aruba ended with the Bon Bini Festival, in Oranjestad, the capital of the Dutch island. Throughout the parade, through Plaza Padú, the Kings and the Princess of Orange got to know the local products and enjoyed the musical performances. To conclude, they joined the “folkloric show with Caribbean music and dances that show the culture and history of Aruba”, as they point out on their networks. Then the carnival moment arose, with the madness of the dance. The queen showed that she has a very high sense of rhythm and that she defends herself with samba quite naturally.