Berhard tells Maxima and some research journalist in 2003/4 how he accidentally met her then young father in Argentina during the war. Queen Wilhelmina, who absurdly conceived a major boast... See full summary »

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... Bernhard
Eric Schneider ... Bernhard
Ellen Vogel ... Juliana
Lot van Lunteren ... Juliana (as Lotje van Lunteren)
... Máxima
Marie-Louise Stheins ... Beatrix (as Marie Louise Stheins)
Elsje Scherjon ... Cocky Gilles
Aart van Harten ... AIVD man
Rick Nicolet ... Wilhelmina
Hugo Koolschijn ... Francois van 't Sant
Bert Geurkink ... Pieter Broertjes
... Jan Tromp
David Eeles ... Sefton Delmer
Robijn Wendelaar ... Ann Orr Lewis
... Ian Fleming
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Berhard tells Maxima and some research journalist in 2003/4 how he accidentally met her then young father in Argentina during the war. Queen Wilhelmina, who absurdly conceived a major boast for the Orange dynasty's socio-political role by constitutional reform, had resorted to suicide threat in order to make him accept exile in Londen, Juliana in Canada. Benno still had a mind of his own, concluding from countless contacts Churchill was in a sense conspiring with the Nazis and hence wanted to accept a gubernatorial role in occupied Holland. Written by KGF Vissers

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During World War II, Bernhard is seen meeting a British agent in London named Fleming, who is interested when Bernhard orders a vodka martini, "shaken, not stirred". The man is obviously Ian Fleming, the creator of James Bond, who prince Bernhard really met during World War II. Bernhard's reputation as a womanizer led to a myth that Fleming based his character partially on the prince, although there's no real evidence of that. Fleming did however create a villain named Count Lippe for his novel Thunderball, referencing Bernhard's title as prince of Lippe-Biesterfeld. See more »

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Maxima: Bernhard! Oooh! Gaat het?
Bernhard: Shaken, not stirred
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