Dutch police have ordered their Princess of Orange to leave her studies in Amsterdam and return home amid fears the mafia is plotting to kidnap her.
Authorities in the Netherlands are ramping up security measures to protect the nation’s Crown Princess Catharina-Amalia, 18, who just weeks ago left her parents’ royal residence in The Hague, to begin her studies in the Dutch capital.
The heir apparent to the throne will now abandon her student accommodation and return to the Huis Ten Bosch royal palace, where she will be kept under a watchful eye by Dutch security services, according to De Telegraaf.
It comes as Catharina-Amalia’s parents, King Willem-Alexander and Queen Maxima of the Netherlands, are in London paying their respects at the funeral of Queen Elizabeth II.
The safety of the teenage princess is in jeopardy due to the nefarious designs of the infamous ‘Mocro Maffia’ – a division of the Moroccan Mafia operating in the Netherlands which is believed to control roughly a…