Princess Mabel of Orange-Nassau

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Princess Mabel of Orange-Nassau (Dutch: Prinses Mabel van Oranje-Nassau; formerly Mabel Martine Wisse Smit, born Mabel Martine Los, 11 August 1968) is the widow of Prince Friso and sister-in-law of King Willem-Alexander of the Netherlands. She is a prominent human rights activist, widely known for her roles in co-founding War Child Netherlands, the European Council on Foreign Relations, Girls Not Brides: The Global Partnership to End Child Marriage, and for having served as the first Chief Executive Officer of The Elders, a grouping founded by Nelson Mandela and chaired by Kofi Annan. In 2005, the World Economic Forum recognised her as a Young Global Leader. Read more on Wikipedia

Since 2007, the English Wikipedia page of Princess Mabel of Orange-Nassau has received more than 366,918 page views. Her biography is available in 19 different languages on Wikipedia (up from 18 in 2019). Princess Mabel of Orange-Nassau is the 13,064th most popular politician (down from 12,328th in 2019), the 679th most popular biography from Netherlands and the 100th most popular Dutch Politician.

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Among politicians, Princess Mabel of Orange-Nassau ranks 13,064 out of 15,710Before her are Vesna Pusić, Dan Coats, Johannes Hahn, Mohammad Bagher Ghalibaf, Hélène Prévost, and Akhtar Mansour. After her are Tom Naudé, William Gopallawa, Juan Manuel Gálvez, Joaquín Sánchez de Toca, Valdis Birkavs, and Martin McGuinness.

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Among people born in 1968, Princess Mabel of Orange-Nassau ranks 201Before her are Anthony Michael Hall, Aitana Sánchez-Gijón, Vítor Pereira, Emmanuelle Charpentier, Akhtar Mansour, and Carlos Latuff. After her are Jeffrey Donovan, Andrew Golota, Ellen Allien, Anto Drobnjak, André Cruz, and Katja K.

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In Netherlands

Among people born in Netherlands, Princess Mabel of Orange-Nassau ranks 679 out of 1,209Before her are Adrie Koster (1954), Nordin Amrabat (1987), Hendrik Timmer (1904), Sylvia Hoeks (1983), Arie Schans (1952), and Joris Mathijsen (1980). After her are Theo Heemskerk (1852), Matthijs de Ligt (1999), Daley Blind (1990), Jo Bonfrère (1946), Johan Boskamp (1948), and Jetta Goudal (1891).

Among POLITICIANS In Netherlands

Among politicians born in Netherlands, Princess Mabel of Orange-Nassau ranks 100Before her are Victor Marijnen (1917), Charles Ruijs de Beerenbrouck (1873), Badr Hari (1984), Job Cohen (1947), Frans Andriessen (1929), and Jan Heemskerk (1818). After her are Theo Heemskerk (1852), Atje Keulen-Deelstra (1938), Johan van Hulst (1911), Sandra Roelofs (1968), Femke Halsema (1966), and Pete Hoekstra (1953).