Vacuum cleaner race and tompouce food: this is what the royal family will do on Tuesday

Whooping audience, shaking hands and snacking on biscuits: again this year it is not going to happen for the royal family. Just like last year, King’s Day looks different than we are used to, but Willem-Alexander and his family still have a full agenda on Tuesday. NU.nl lists the plans in Eindhoven.

Last year they stayed in their own Huis ten Bosch, but this year the royal family is allowed to leave Wassenaar. Willem-Alexander, Máxima, Amalia, Alexia and Ariane will go to Eindhoven on Monday, where they will visit the High Tech Campus. This healthcare technology group, an innovation of Philips, is home to a number of companies, including IBM and Intel.

The family drives to campus in a caravan of old and new cars, which can be seen around 10.50 am on NPO1 (as well as the rest of the program). The king drives an old DAF that was specially made for his grandparents Queen Juliana and Prince Bernhard in the 1950s. The open-top car was used as a vehicle at the royal family’s vacation home in Italy for many years.

Máxima drives behind her husband in a solar car from the Dutch company Lightyear and the princesses are divided into cars. Amalia would take a seat next to her father, but according to rumors she will get behind the wheel herself. The seventeen-year-old is said to be working on her driver’s license, so that she can hit the road on her eighteenth birthday (in December).

After their trip, the family goes to a digital ‘selfie street’ and then they arrive at the water, where there is a large stage. They will be surprised with a performance, but who will give (or give) that will not be known until Tuesday.

A special television studio has been set up on the High Tech Campus, where most of the broadcast is recorded. There is also a major role here for the three princesses, who will undertake several activities. For example, they talk to peers in a youth talk show, they learn how to eat tompouce All of Holland Baktjudge Robèrt van Beckhoven and they race against each other on a vacuum cleaner.

Just like in 2019, the family also takes part in a regional quiz, in which they compete against four other well-known families from the Eindhoven area. Willem-Alexander, Máxima and their daughters will also cook with a star chef, talk to people about innovations and pay tribute to healthcare workers in an augmented reality show. King’s Day 2021 can be followed on NPO1 until 1.10 pm.

The party is not over yet: the family travels back to The Hague where they can be seen around 4.30 pm in the National Toost, which is also broadcast live. In 2020, the other members of the royal family could also be seen via a screen at that time.

At the time they raised the glass together and then burst into a heartfelt He will live long from. It is not yet known whether the other members will be there again this year. Willem-Alexander will therefore receive all letters written recently by the elderly in the context of Post voor het Paleis.

There is also plenty to do in the evening and the royal couple attends the concert that The Streamers give on the grounds of Noordeinde Palace. From 8 p.m. Guus Meeuwis, Typhoon and Miss Montreal, among others, will climb the stage and the Dutch public can also follow this show online for free. The concert lasts until approximately 10pm.
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