Not only has she already tried on one of her mother's tiara's she has also decided that when she get married she will not use the gold coach (like her parents, grandparents, great-grandparents and great great-grandparents in the Royal line) but the princess prefers to use the cream caleche. A present from Queen Emma to Queen Wilhelmina. As it is an open carriage that means our future queen will at some time marry in late spring, summer or early autumn and even than in Dutch weather i would not risk going only for an open carriage. I'd never have put that out.
She also has expressed a preference for German boys over Dutch because they are better mannered (no im not debating that statement HRH is a very clever and perceptive young woman and in general is probably right about her conclusion). So another German consort for the Dutch monarchy is not exactly unlikely. I just hope this does not put into action scheming mothers trying to fix their son with the Dutch heiress.
The Princess has also made an interesting comment on protocol. Unlike her great grandmother Queen Juliana Amalia can apreciate a curtsey or a bob. She feels it's an elegant way of complementing what the office stands for or represents. Juliana saw it as another human being lowering themselves on her behalf and abolished it in 1948. It will be interesting to see if a more mature Queen Amalia would still feel the same way in time.
Im wondering if part of her soon to be 18th birthday we might get a full gala picture of her and what she would wear for it. Plenty of options (the emeralds worn by a young Queen Wilhelmina, the aquamarines worn by Queen Juliana, the bandeau a la Grecque worn by her grandmother Beatrix or the base of the Pavlovnik Pearl taira worn by her mother.
There are also a number of other tiara's in the family collection that i could see Amalia wear as a young heiress.
No State Visits have been planned to the Netherlands so im not sure when we'll see her for the first time in a tiara attending an official event.