Dutch Princess Beatrix, left, clasps the hand of her son, King Willem-Alexander, after the Act of Abdication was signed to end her reign as Monarch, in the Mozeszaal or Mozes hall of the Royal Palace in Amsterdam, The Netherlands, Tuesday April 30, 2013. Around a million people are expected to descend on the Dutch capital for a huge street party to celebrate the first new Dutch monarch in 33 years. (AP Photo/Bart Maat, pool)

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Dutch Princess Beatrix, left, clasps the hand of her son, King Willem-Alexander, after the Act of Abdication was signed to end her reign as Monarch, in the Mozeszaal or Mozes hall of the Royal Palace in Amsterdam, The Netherlands, Tuesday April 30, 2013. Around a million people are expected to descend on the Dutch capital for a huge street party to celebrate the first new Dutch monarch in 33 years. (AP Photo/Bart Maat, pool)
Dutch Princess Beatrix, left, clasps the hand of her son, King Willem-Alexander, after the Act of Abdication was signed to end her reign as Monarch, in the Mozeszaal or Mozes hall of the Royal Palace in Amsterdam, The Netherlands, Tuesday April 30, 2013. Around a million people are expected to descend on the Dutch capital for a huge street party to celebrate the first new Dutch monarch in 33 years. (AP Photo/Bart Maat, pool)
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