Queen Maxima attends Moluccan community 50th jubilee

Queen Maxima of The Netherlands attends the anniversary celebration of the Moluccan (Molukse) community at the Lachai-Roi church in Alphen aan de Rijn on September 17, 2015. The Queen received a memorial book. In 1965 the first Moluccan families were established in the Alphen Bomenbuurt(Alphen Trees neighborhood)
Queen Maxima attend the 50th jubilee, organized by the Jajasan foundation of the Moluccan (Molukse) community in the Lachai-Roi church
Queen Maxima attend the 50th jubilee, organized by the Jajasan foundation of the Moluccan (Molukse) community in the Lachai-Roi church

12 comments:

  1. That hat is awfuuuul, she looks almost like a cowboy. Dress is OK a usual, but shoes are beautiful, appropriate for autumn.

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    1. Queen Maxima looks l o v e l y and hat is beautiful, suits the queen. Personal taste & style!!.

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    2. The hat hides her face and really doesn't match that outfit.

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  2. Max the hat is great and you wear it Argentinian Gaucho style ;-)

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  3. Why wearing the coat always like this? Really strange, i wish i knew why she does that, what is the reason behind it. It is not stylish in any case!

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    1. I was thinking the same thing when I saw the pictures!She even does that with her cardigans. I don't like it either!

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    2. You will never find out, why the queen is wearing her coat over her shoulders, stop worrying about it, life is to short worrying about trivial matters. Enjoy the photo's!.

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    3. Anonymus 5:52 these are wise words, but not for a fashion blog, we actually discuss such things here.

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  4. Grinning from ear to ear! Must be really pleased with herself.

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    1. Well the queen is a happy woman, you sound very negative, sad really.

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  5. Hat is not a winner for me, but everything else is stunning, dress, coat, etc., pure Maxima - perfection!

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