New official release for a new look. On the evening of Wednesday, October 7, Queen Maxima of the Netherlands was out in Utrecht. The 49-year-old sovereign attended the launch of a music training agreement between Dutch music conservatories and teacher training institutes. An unprecedented collaboration that will last 12 years. Due to the Coronavirus epidemic, the meeting only welcomed a few natural persons, who had made the trip to the Tivoli Vredenburg music complex, including Maxima from the Netherlands, who is the honorary president of the association “Méér Muziek in de Klas”. As for the other participants, they attended the event from home, via video conference.
For this brand new outing, the queen of the Netherlands had bet on an outfit for the occasion. And the least we can say is that it did not go unnoticed. The queen had bet on a sublime red dress long to the feet, with a long coat matching and embroidered with flowers, signed Oscar de la Renta. Just that. And for its total red look, the sovereign has gone down to the smallest detail. Maxima from the Netherlands wore red leather boots, as well as a leather bag too, red too. To complete her look, she had chosen snake earrings. Health crisis requires, she also wore a black fabric mask.
A controversy that hangs over the royal family
In recent weeks, Queen Maxima of the Netherlands has had to deal with a controversy surrounding her daughter Catharina-Amalia. Recently, the Netherlands prepared the state budget for the year 2021. Thus, they made the report public, and there is in particular a small detail that has made a lot of talk: the royal endowment that will receive Princess Catharina-Amalia, after her 18th birthday, December 7. An endowment which has been set at 110,000 euros. Of this sum, 91,000 euros will be reserved for operating costs, while 20,000 euros will go directly to the daughter of the sovereign and her husband King Willem-Alexander. MPs and Dutch did not really appreciate the news, especially in view of the current economic difficulties.
Queen Maxima of the Netherlands © Royalportraits