Princess Beatrix proves one proud grandmother with her handbag

Princess Beatrix may be busy with royal duties, but that doesn't mean she never gets to see her beloved granddaughters. In fact, she's come up with a genius way to always keep them with her. The proud grandmother was pictured in Amsterdam this week with what could be the most adorable accessory ever!

Beatrix, 78, attended the Zilveren Anjers Award Ceremony in the Dutch capital on Wednesday and, as she left the Royal Palace, the doorman was seen carrying one of her bags – which was adorned with the faces of Princess Amalia, Princess Alexia and Princess Ariane.


Princess Beatrix's handbag being carried
Princess Beatrix ensures her granddaughters are always with her

The three girls are the daughters of Beatrix's son King Willem-Alexander and his wife, Queen Maxima of the Netherlands.

In March this year Alexia, 10, was involved in a skiing accident while on a family holiday in Lech, Australia. She was rushed to hospital and a fracture was discovered on her right thigh, for which she immediately had surgery.

Princess Beatrix's handbag
her handbag is adorned with with the faces of her three granddaughters

Queen Maxima later branded her middle daughter a "fighter", and said: "She's getting better by the day. Although she finds the fact that she can't walk without crutches or do physical activities frustrating."

Alexia, who is second-in-line to the Dutch throne, was in hospital for a few days, but King Willem-Alexander previously insisted he knew it was only a temporary accident and that she would recover quickly.

No wonder Princess Beatrix doesn't want to take her eyes off of her three precious granddaughters!

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