The day of November 24 was particularly busy for Queen Maxima of the Netherlands. In a magnificent winter outfit, Queen Maxima was seen at the Sound and Vision Museum in The Hague. For the occasion, she received the first copy of the Haags Verhall Foundation photo book. The foundation has a social vocation and aims to bring together different people from different origins. According to New My Royals, the book consists of “136 group photos of The Hague communities”. These inhabitants of different origins have “prejudices on each other and which would never have met otherwise”, specifies Paris Match.
During her visit to the Beeld en Geluid Museum in The Hague, Queen Maxima opted for an outfit beautifully dominated by gray. She opted for a relatively tight gray turtleneck knit. The queen exuded a certain cheerfulness throughout the event, displaying big smiles. For the bottom, King Willem-Alexander’s wife opted for a marled wool skirt mixing dark gray and white. According to Paris Match, this skirt is from the Belgian brand Natan. To accessorize it all, Queen Maxima wore gray leather gloves. Impossible not to notice her beautiful black hat that she did not take off her head throughout the event.
Two visits in one day for Queen Maxima of the Netherlands
November 24 was not easy for Queen Maxima. After the visit to the Beeld en Geluid museum, the queen made another visit to Amsterdam. Queen Maxima visited Lab6 in Amsterdam to meet with officials. The center is dedicated to work on youth mental health. For this visit, the queen opted for another gray skirt from Natan. On the other hand, she chose to wear an orange top with a wide, slightly pleated collar.
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