Here’s a photograph from the November 8 1933 edition of the Toronto Daily Star of the heiress to the throne of the Netherlands.
Juliana of the Netherlands (1909-2004) held the Dutch throne from 1948 until abdicating in favour of her daughter in 1980. During the Second World War, Juliana lived in exile in Canada.
While overseas, she gave birth to her third daughter, Margriet. To ensure that the newborn remained in the line of succession to the throne, part of the Ottawa Civic Hospital was temporarily designated as belonging to the Netherlands. When she returned home after the war, she gave Ottawa 100,000 tulip bulbs as a thank-you gesture.