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  1. João Guilherme Friso de Nassau (Johan Willem Friso van Nasceu) (4 de Agosto de 1687 - 14 de Julho de 1711) foi estatuder da Frísia e Príncipe de Orange. [1] Morreu afogado num naufrágio. João Guilherme era filho do Conde Henrique Casimiro II de Nassau-Dietz e da princesa Amélia de Anhalt-Dessau .

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      Guilherme IV ( Guilherme Carlos Henrique Friso; Leeuwarden,...

  2. João Guilherme Friso 1687-1711, apontado herdeiro por Guilherme III, Príncipe de Orange, 1702, Stadholder de Friesland 1696 Ana, Princesa Real da Inglaterra Guilherme IV 1711–1751, Príncipe de Orange, Stadholder da Holanda, Zelândia, etc. 1747

    • Early Life and Education
    • Work
    • Marriage and Children
    • Avalanche Accident
    • Death and Funeral
    • Titles, Styles and Honours

    Johan Friso Bernhard Christiaan David was born on 25 September 1968 at the Utrecht University Hospital (now the University Medical Center Utrecht) in Utrecht, Netherlands. He was the second son of Princess Beatrix and Prince Claus, and grandson of Queen Juliana of the Netherlands and Prince Bernhard. He had one older brother, current King Willem-Al...

    Prince Friso worked from 1995 to 1996 at the Amsterdam branch of the international management consultancy McKinsey. After completing an MBA-programme at INSEAD, Prince Friso worked from 1998 to 2003 as a vice president at Goldman Sachs International in London. In 2004, he became part-time co-president of TNO Space in Delft.From October 2006, Prince...

    On 30 June 2003, it was announced that Prince Friso was to marry Mabel Wisse Smit. The Dutch cabinet, however, did not seek permission from parliament for this marriage, a constitutional requirement if Prince Friso was to remain a member of the Dutch Royal House and in line of succession for the throne; at the time, he was second in line after his ...

    Accident

    On 17 February 2012, Prince Friso was buried under an avalanche in Lech, Austria, and he was taken to a hospital in Innsbruck. According to a formal statement of the Netherlands Government Information Service(RVD), a prognosis could only be given after some days. The prince's condition was described as "stable, but critical".

    Resulting complications

    The Dutch Royal Family issued a statement on 19 February saying "The Royal Family is very grateful and deeply touched by all expressions of support and sympathy after the ski accident of His Royal Highness Prince Friso. It was a great support for them during this difficult time." A prognosis on his health situation was expected within a few days, but this was pushed back to 24 February, a week after his accident. The RVD's comment remained the same: stable, but critical. On 24 February, an In...

    On 12 August 2013, it was announced that Prince Friso had died in Huis ten Bosch due to complications from the accident. He was buried on 16 August in the Dutch Reformed Cemetery in the hamlet of Lage Vuursche near Drakesteijn Castle, where he had spent his childhood and where Princess Beatrix returned to live in February 2014. The funeral service,...

    Titles and styles

    1. 25 September 1968 – 19 March 2004: His Royal HighnessPrince Johan-Friso of the Netherlands, Prince of Orange-Nassau, Jonkheer van Amsberg 2. 19 March 2004 – 12 August 2013: His Royal HighnessPrince Friso of Orange-Nassau, Count of Orange-Nassau, Jonkheer van Amsberg Under the Act on the Membership of the Royal House (2002), Prince Friso lost the title 'Prince of the Netherlands' by entering into a marriage without an Act of Consent. By a royal decree of 19 March 2004, Prince Friso was gran...

  3. João Guilherme Friso de Nassau (Johan Willem Friso van Nasceu) (4 de Agosto de 1687 - 14 de Julho de 1711) foi estatuder da Frísia e Príncipe de Orange. [1] Morreu afogado num naufrágio. Quick facts: João Guilherme Friso, Príncipe de Orange , Pr...

  4. João Friso de Orange-Nassau, Príncipe dos Países Baixos ( Utrecht, 25 de setembro de 1968 — Haia, 12 de agosto de 2013) foi um membro da família real holandesa, segundo filho da rainha Beatriz e de seu marido, o príncipe consorte Claus von Amsberg.