| Orange-Nassau|| Jonkvrouwe Amsberg|
| Jonkvrouwe van Amsberg|
8 June 2002 (age 13)Bronovo Hospital, The Hague, Netherlands (2002-06-08)
Prince Constantijn of the Netherlands
Princess Laurentien of the Netherlands
Protestant Church in the Netherlands
Prince Constantijn of the Netherlands, Princess Laurentien of the Netherlands
Beatrix of the Netherlands, Prince Claus of the Netherlands, Laurens Jan Brinkhorst
Willem-Alexander of the Netherlands, Prince Friso of Orange-Nassau
Juliana of the Netherlands
Catharina‑Amalia - Princess of Orange, Princess Alexia of the Nethe, Princess Ariane of the Nethe, Countess Luana of Orange‑N, Countess Zaria of Orange‑N
Count Claus‑Casimir of Orange, Princess Laurentien of the Net, Prince Constantijn of the Net, Princess Alexia of the Nethe, Princess Ariane of the Nethe
Countess Eloise of Oranje-Nassau, Jonkvrouwe van Amsberg (Eloise Beatrix Sophie Laurence; born 8 June 2002) is the first child and daughter of Prince Constantijn and Princess Laurentien of the Netherlands. She is member of the Dutch royal family and currently fifth in the line of succession to the Dutch throne.
Countess Eloise was born in HMC Bronovo in The Hague. She lives with her parents, her brother and her sister in The Hague.
The christening of Countess Eloise took place in the chapel of Het Loo Palace in Apeldoorn on 15 December 2002. Her godparents are her paternal uncle Prince Friso, her father's first cousin Princess Carolina of Bourbon-Parma, the Crown Prince of Norway and Sophie van de Wow.
By Royal Decree of 11 May 2001, nr. 227, it was determined that all children and male-line descendants of Prince Constantijn of the Netherlands would bear the title of Count (Countess) of Orange-Nassau and the honorific Jonkheer (Jonkvrouwe) van Amsberg with the style of "His/Her Highborn Lord/Lady" and have the surname Van Oranje-Nassau van Amsberg.
Upon the abdication of Queen Beatrix, which took place on 30 April 2013, the children of Prince Constantijn and Princess Laurentien ceased to be members of the Royal House, although they continue to be members of the royal family.
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