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Frederique is currently a featured host on RTL 5's The Face.Frederique has also been recognized as an entrepreneur, as a guest lecturer at Harvard University, and in 2011, as the recipient of the Marie Claire Entrepreneur of the Year award.
She was the Mole in the Hawaii celebrity edition of ABC’s popular TV series The Mole, and was the host and producer of Discovery TLC's Cover Shot, wherein she assembled an expert team of make-up artists and stylists to transform an everyday woman into a cover model.
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Van der Wal has also appeared on programs including The Oprah Winfrey Show, Entertainment Tonight, Access Hollywood, GMA, The Today Show, E!
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The Frederique’s Choice Lily was unveiled at a ceremony in Amsterdam, and inspired her to develop, produce and host a television program called The Invisible Journey with the Discovery Channel, which traced the route a flower travels from the growing fields of Africa, through the markets and auction houses in the Netherlands, to a special event in New York City.