Queen Maxima visits Philippines - 2nd Day

Queen Maxima of the Netherlands attended meeting of the Philippines' National Strategy for Financial Inclusion (NSFI) at the Philippine International Convention Center in Manila on July 1, 2015. (Queen Maxima is on a three-day visit to the Philippines.)
Queen Maxima of the Netherlands attended meeting of the Philippines' National Strategy for Financial Inclusion (NSFI)
Queen Maxima of the Netherlands attended meeting of the Philippines' National Strategy for Financial Inclusion (NSFI)
Queen Maxima of the Netherlands attended meeting of the Philippines' National Strategy for Financial Inclusion (NSFI)
Queen Maxima of the Netherlands attended meeting of the Philippines' National Strategy for Financial Inclusion (NSFI)
Queen Maxima of the Netherlands attended meeting of the Philippines' National Strategy for Financial Inclusion (NSFI)
Queen Maxima of the Netherlands attended meeting of the Philippines' National Strategy for Financial Inclusion (NSFI)

16 comments:

  1. Could someone please explain what important work Maxima is doing in the Philippines.

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    1. Probably just an all expenses paid vacation

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    2. Don't be sooooo cynical & negative, the queen is NOT on holidays & the queen is paid by the UN!!!!

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    3. We just want to understand what is the role of a Queen and if she is doing a good job.

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    4. As far as I understand, she is the Financial Inclusive Chairlady...Preaching about how to save money ha ha ha....it's a joke.while she doesn't know how to save money herself either...if we can peep into her wardrobe...you'll see how much money has she thrown away for expensive clothes, jeweleries and shoes...paid by us..Dutch Tax Payer. She should ask her father to give her money to buy clothes...

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  2. The Queen is Chief Finance Advocate for the UN. She was in the Philippines to deliver a speech to the committee, she worked in Finance before her marriage and I believe she has a genuine interest in microfinance, and she now has a platform on which to promote it.

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    1. I agree she may have a role to play in microfinance but I think most of the time she is showing off her stuff.

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    2. Really? I think you're jealous!!!!

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    3. lol...then you dont pay tax 3rd anonymous....i am becoming not to like her....

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    4. I take back my comment about her having a role to play in microfinance...quite the opposite.

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  3. Stunning as always!

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  4. Maxima is always elegant and happy

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  5. Even is she is showing off, she has the right to do that! SHE is
    INTELLIGENT, CHARMING, EDUCATED, GOOD LOOKING AND ALWASY STYLISH AND ELEGANT! OTHER ROYALS SHOULD LEARN FROM HER AND MATHILDE OF BELGIUM!

    after all she is the QUEEN and as that has the right to show off! She is a very down to earth person , friendly kind and nice and doesn't show off at all, as some royals do!

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    1. Yes Anonymous..she has the right to show off but who pays for it may I ask? Mathilde doesn't show off her stuffs because she was born royal...Maxima??? she's a daughter of an Argentinian dictator for crying out loud. she was poor....like ugly duckling become beautiful swan.

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  6. What vermin comments for the royals. It's like reading celebrity fan clubs but I guess they are celebrities. People taking sides writing comments of which sometimes I think they have no knowledge of whatsoever....but think they do!!!!!

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    1. Please don't be offended if some people don't agree with your so called "queen". Don't act surprised! Pictures don't lie - open your eyes!

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