Queen Maxima delighted royal fans with two colourful outfits for several engagements in the Hague, today.
The Dutch queen, 49, first wore a hot pink dress to mark the start of Breast Cancer Awareness month at the World Forum.
She then performed a quick outfit change into a stunning orange pleated gown with a matching head band, before heading to the anniversary of the Social and Economic Council.
Busy Maxima looked stylish for both occasions, and wore a face mask, in keeping with guidelines put in place to prevent the spread of the coronavirus.
Queen Maxima of the Netherlands delighted royal fans with two colourful outfits for several engagements in the Hague, today. The Dutch queen, 49, arrived at the anniversary of the Social and Economic Council congress. The Hague, wearing a vibrant orange pleated dress
This morning, Maxima marked the beginning of October, which is traditionally Breast Cancer Awareness month.
As she was handed a book titled ‘Everything about breast cancer,’ the royal looked stylish in a hot pink dress, which she matched with magenta accessories.
Her colourful dress was beautifully draped at the shoulder and its fitted waist highlighted the royal’s trim figure.
Partial to a colour block look, Maxima wore accessories of the same shade , from a magenta jacket which she casually carried on her arm to a Nubuck leather clutch with a golden chain, which hung at her wrist and a large raffia hat – a staple of her wardrobe.
The Dutch royal first wore a hot pink outfit to mark the beginning of Breast Cancer Awareness month at the World Forum
She was wearing a pair of dark red statement earrings underneath the hat.
She also donned a pair of leather gloves of the same colour, which she briefly took off to sanitise her hands as she stepped inside the World Forum for the event.
Her golden locks bounced on her shoulders, styled in a bouncy blow-dry. With half her face protected by her black mask, she put the focus on her hazelnut eyes with a dash of mascara and eyeliner.
There, she met with volunteers and cancer patients to discuss their experience of cancer symptoms, treatment and detection.
The mother-of-three wore a black face-covering for the string of events this morning in the Hague
Maxima took off her mask as she spoke to staff after arriving at the Breast Cancer Awareness month event
The Dutch queen beamed in the pink and magenta outfit, which complimented her blonde locks and tanned complexion perfectly
After the ceremony, Maxima sat down with volunteers and met with cancer patients to talk about their personal experiences
Maxima listened eagerly as she discussed cancer prevention, treatment and detection with some of the women in attendance
Upon arriving at the World Forum, Maxima took off her leather gloves and made sure to sanitise her hands
The caring Queen appeared engaged as she attention the Breast Cancer event and met with volunteers
Later, the mother-of-three performed a quick outfit change and attended the anniversary of the Dutch Social Economic Council congress.
She donned an orange pleated cocktail dress for the occasion, which was cinched at the waist with a belt of the same colour.
She completed the beautiful outfit with a headband made from the same material and colour as her dress.
She strutted to the event in a pair of golden heels, and swapped her red earrings for amber gems that shone in the light of the early afternoon.
Maxima then performed a quick outfit change and swapped her pink outfit for an even brighter orange ensemble
The royal, who wore a dash of make-up to compliment her healthy glow, was sporting a lartge headband of the same material as her dress
The Queen of the Netherlands looked stylish in the orange get up as she stepped out of her car today
The Hague’s Social and Economical Council (Sociaal-Economische Raad, in Dutch, or SER) is one of the major architects of the Dutch Economical system.
It represents social partners trade unions as well as employers around the country through sector-based regulatory bodies.
Created to avoid another Great Recession following the Economic crash of 1929 and the second World War, the Council holds three main goals; promoting balanced and sustainable economic growth, full employment and fair income distribution.
It was first created in 1950, making 2020 its 70th year of existence, which Maxima celebrated in style.
A light breeze highlighted the tasteful pleated detail on Maxima’s dress as she glided to the event
Maxima was greeted by her member of staff as she made her way to the event’s venue in a pair of golden heels