Dutch people in the United Kingdom

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Dutch people in the United Kingdom
King William III of England, (1650-1702).jpgProbably George Vancouver from NPG.jpgDuchess of Cornwall.jpg
Jane Seymour (1988) cropped.jpgAudrey Hepburn black and white.jpgRebecca Hall (Berlin Film Festival 2010).jpg
John Van Druten.jpgNick Clegg by the 2009 budget cropped.jpgDirk Bogarde.jpg

Notable Britons with Dutch connections:

1st row: William III of EnglandGeorge VancouverCamilla, Duchess of Cornwall
2nd row: Jane SeymourAudrey HepburnRebecca Hall

3rd row: John Van DrutenNick CleggDirk Bogarde
Total population
Dutch-born residents
40,438 (2001 Census)
Regions with significant populations
London, The South East and Scotland
Languages
English, Dutch, West Frisian
Religion
Roman Catholicism and Protestantism

Dutch people in the United Kingdom, also known as Anglo-Dutch people, include British people of Dutch ancestry and people born in the Netherlands who live in the United Kingdom. The 2001 UK Census recorded 40,438 Dutch-born people residing in the UK.[1]

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