- Beatrix Wilhelmina Armgard, born 1938, queen of the Netherlands since 1980 (daughter of Juliana).
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In April last year, Queen Beatrix of the Netherlands handed the throne to her son Prince Willem-Alexander after 33 years.Shock As King Juan Carlos of Spain Abdicates
June 2, 2014
The King and Queen of Holland became monarchs after Willem-Alexander's mother, Queen Beatrix, abdicated in April last year.POTUS Meets Queen Maxima Of Holland
March 26, 2014
With the abdication of Queen Beatrix on Tuesday, the Dutch have a new queen—and a new fashion icon, as well.Queen Máxima of the Netherlands Is a New Style Icon
May 3, 2013
Editor's note: An earlier version of this article incorrectly stated that Queen Beatrix took the throne in 1948.Pope Benedict XVI Bows Out of His Contract With God
February 11, 2013
Queen Beatrix may be ready to pack up and go, but here in Blighty, like it or not, our Kings and Queens have a job for life.Queen Beatrix May Have Abdicated, But Queen Elizabeth Never Will, Insiders Say
January 29, 2013
What is the particular appositeness of your remarks, Beatrix?
You needn't offer me any of your second-hand pabulum, Beatrix.
You and Beatrix will soon be great moral forces in the metropolis.
"Now, children, you must be good," Beatrix implored them hurriedly.
"But I love Beatrix," Sally said inconsequently, after an interval.
- full name Beatrix Wilhelmina Armgard . born 1938, queen of the Netherlands (1980–2013); abdicated in favour of her eldest son Willem-Alexander
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