Willelm-Alexander Niðerlanda Cyning

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Willelm-Alexander
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Cynedom 30 Ēastermōnaþ 2013 and hwone God nerie
Gehalgod 30 Ēastermōnaþ 2013
Foregenga Beatrix
Æftergenga Catharina-Amalia
Bryd Máxima Zorreguieta Cerruti
Bearn Catharina-Amalia
Alexia
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Willem-Alexander Claus George Ferdinand
Hus Orange-Nassau Hūs
Fæder Claus von Amsberg
Geboren Utrecht on þæm Niðerlandum

Willelm-Alexander Cyning þæs fullnama is Willem-Alexander Claus George Ferdinand, is Niðerlanda Cyning. He wæs geborn on 27 Ēastermōnaþ 1967.

Willem-Alexander wæs in Utrecht geboren and is Beatrix Æþelice ieldsta sunu mid hiere bundan, se is Claus von Amsberg, Germanisc rīcessand. Willelm weard Orange Æþeling and ierfa on 30 April 1980, þan weard his mōdor þā ricsodendan Cwēn, and he fang to rīce on 30 Ēastermōnaþ in 2013 þan forscrāh his mōdor.

In þæm Cynelican Niþerlanda Sciphere þegnede Willem-Alexander, and he leornede stǣr studied æt Leyden Eormengylde. He beweddode Máxima Zorreguieta Cerruti in 2002 and hie habbaþ þrēo dehter: Catharina-Amalia, Orange Hlæfdige (geboren in 2003), Alexia (geboren in 2005), and Ariane (geborn in 2007).

Se cyning is seofen and feowertig wintrayld and is Europan iengsta cyning æfter Philippus VI Spēna Cyning.

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Þæs Cyninges titul is:

'Be Godes Gyfe, Niðerlanda Cyning, Orange-Nassau Þēoden, Cniht of Amsberg, Mearcgerēfa of Veere and Fluscinge, Eorl of Katzenelnbogen, Vianden, Diez, Spiegelberg, Buren, Leerdam and Culemborg, Burggerēafa of Antwerp, Þegn of Breda, Diest, Beilstein, Grafbyrig and þāra landa þā belimpaþ Cuyk, IJsselstein, Cranendonk, Eindhoven, Liesveld, Herstal, Warneton, Arlay and Nozeroy, Ierfa and Frēohhlāford of Amelande, Hlāford Borculo, Bredevoort, Lichtenvoorde, Þæm Loo, Geertruidenberg, Clundert, Zevenbergen, Hooge and Lage Zwaluwe, Naaldwijk, Polanen, St Maartensdijk, Soest, Baarn, Ter Eem, Willemstad, Steenbergen, Montfort, St Vith, Bütgenbach, Dasburg, Niervaart, Turnhout and Besançon.'