King Willem-Alexander and Queen Maxima at Prinsjesdag 2015

King Willem - Alexander and Queen Maxima of The Netherlands, Prince Constantijn and Princess Laurentien attends the opening of the 2015 Prinsjesdag (Prince's Day) in The Hague on September 15, 2015 Netherlands. Prinsjesdag ( Prince's Day) is the day on which the reigning monarch of the Netherlands addresses a joint session of the Dutch Senate and House of Representatives in the Ridderzaal or Hall of Knights in The Hague. The Speech from the Throne (Dutch: Troonrede) sets out the main features of government policy for the coming parliamentary session.
King Willem - Alexander and Queen Maxima of The Netherlands, Prince Constantijn and Princess Laurentien attends the opening of the 2015 Prinsjesdag (Prince's Day)
King Willem - Alexander and Queen Maxima of The Netherlands, Prince Constantijn and Princess Laurentien attends the opening of the 2015 Prinsjesdag (Prince's Day)
King Willem - Alexander and Queen Maxima of The Netherlands, Prince Constantijn and Princess Laurentien attends the opening of the 2015 Prinsjesdag (Prince's Day)
King Willem - Alexander and Queen Maxima of The Netherlands, Prince Constantijn and Princess Laurentien attends the opening of the 2015 Prinsjesdag (Prince's Day)
King Willem - Alexander and Queen Maxima of The Netherlands, Prince Constantijn and Princess Laurentien attends the opening of the 2015 Prinsjesdag (Prince's Day)
King Willem - Alexander and Queen Maxima of The Netherlands, Prince Constantijn and Princess Laurentien attends the opening of the 2015 Prinsjesdag (Prince's Day)
King Willem - Alexander and Queen Maxima of The Netherlands, Prince Constantijn and Princess Laurentien attends the opening of the 2015 Prinsjesdag (Prince's Day)
King Willem - Alexander and Queen Maxima of The Netherlands, Prince Constantijn and Princess Laurentien attends the opening of the 2015 Prinsjesdag (Prince's Day)
King Willem - Alexander and Queen Maxima of The Netherlands, Prince Constantijn and Princess Laurentien attends the opening of the 2015 Prinsjesdag (Prince's Day)
King Willem - Alexander and Queen Maxima of The Netherlands, Prince Constantijn and Princess Laurentien attends the opening of the 2015 Prinsjesdag (Prince's Day)
King Willem - Alexander and Queen Maxima of The Netherlands, Prince Constantijn and Princess Laurentien attends the opening of the 2015 Prinsjesdag (Prince's Day)
King Willem - Alexander and Queen Maxima of The Netherlands, Prince Constantijn and Princess Laurentien attends the opening of the 2015 Prinsjesdag (Prince's Day)
King Willem - Alexander and Queen Maxima of The Netherlands, Prince Constantijn and Princess Laurentien attends the opening of the 2015 Prinsjesdag (Prince's Day)
King Willem - Alexander and Queen Maxima of The Netherlands, Prince Constantijn and Princess Laurentien attends the opening of the 2015 Prinsjesdag (Prince's Day)
King Willem - Alexander and Queen Maxima of The Netherlands, Prince Constantijn and Princess Laurentien attends the opening of the 2015 Prinsjesdag (Prince's Day)
King Willem - Alexander and Queen Maxima of The Netherlands, Prince Constantijn and Princess Laurentien attends the opening of the 2015 Prinsjesdag (Prince's Day)
King Willem - Alexander and Queen Maxima of The Netherlands, Prince Constantijn and Princess Laurentien attends the opening of the 2015 Prinsjesdag (Prince's Day)
The Queen wore a hand-painted silk organza gown by Dutch designer JAN TAMINIAU

6 comments:

  1. Queen Maxima is beautiful and her dress is lovely. I'm not liking the gloves, but as long as she is happy with her look and is comfortable; then that's all that matters.

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  2. You can really see she dresses expensively, I am sure other royals do the same, but she is really extravagant.

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  3. Maxima heeft een hele mooie jurk aan ,en dat stukje in d,r haar heel modern,geen hoed !!!

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  4. I love the Queen' s look-the dress, hair, flower in her hair. The only thing I wondered about was the gloves. She is not older like QEII who came from an age when gloves were more commonly worn. Help me out here--is it tradition or protocol to wear gloves on this occasion? If it is why wouldn't she wear long gloves with the long dress?

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    1. It is probably protocol and I find them nice.

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  5. Too bad it rained on your parade. Be careful, don't fall on your face when you exit the trolley.

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