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Police Escorting Dutch Royal Couple, Auckland NZ, 4 Nov 06
Police escort Prince Willem-Alexander of Orange and Princess Maxima of the Netherlands during their royal visit to New Zealand (31 October - 4 November, 2006). While cycling through Point Chev, I was intrigued when a police motorcycle showed up and parked in the middle of the intersection, stopping traffic. I got my camera rolling, and soon more bikes arrived, followed by a procession of cop cars and government limousines. I hadn't heard anything about a visiting dignitary and didn't have a clue who it was. When I took a closer look at the footage later, I saw the flag flying on one of the limos, a blue cross on an orange background. I hadn't seen that one before, but the "Orange" strongly suggested the Netherlands. From there, it didn't take long to figure out it was The Netherlands Royal Standard... In order of appearance, the 13 vehicles are: Honda ST1100 BMW R1150 RT BMW R1150 RT BMW R1150 RT Holden Commodore VZ SV6 Holden Commodore VZ Executive Ford Fairlane Ghia BF (Government limo) Honda ST1100 Ford Fairlane Ghia BF (Government limo) Holden Commodore VZ SV6 (D.P.S.) Ford Fairlane Ghia BF (Government limo) Ford Fairlane Ghia BA (Government limo) Holden Commodore VY Executive 4 November, 2006 Great North Road to Carrington Road Point Chevalier Auckland, New Zealand References: www.autotrader.com.au www.flags.net www.scoop.co.nz www.wikipedia.org Disclaimer: This YouTube channel is in no way associated with any of the organisations portrayed.




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