Dutch Royal Couple attend meeting China in the Netherlands

King Willem-Alexander of The Netherlands and Queen Maxima of The Netherlands attends the symposium about 'China in The Netherlands' at the University of Leiden on October 1, 2015 in Leiden, Netherlands. The king and queen bring an state visit 25 October to China.
King Willem-Alexander of The Netherlands and Queen Maxima of The Netherlands attends the symposium about 'China in The Netherlands' at the University of Leiden
King Willem-Alexander of The Netherlands and Queen Maxima of The Netherlands attends the symposium about 'China in The Netherlands' at the University of Leiden
King Willem-Alexander of The Netherlands and Queen Maxima of The Netherlands attends the symposium about 'China in The Netherlands' at the University of Leiden
King Willem-Alexander of The Netherlands and Queen Maxima of The Netherlands attends the symposium about 'China in The Netherlands' at the University of Leiden
King Willem-Alexander of The Netherlands and Queen Maxima of The Netherlands attends the symposium about 'China in The Netherlands
Queen Maxima of The Netherlands with prime minister Mark Rutte and Dutch Bank director Klaas Knot attends the 1st King Willem I lecture about entrepreneurship at the Grand Hotel Huis ter Duin in Noordwijk on October 1, 2015. The foundation aims to raise awareness about positive developments in the Dutch economy.
Queen Maxima of The Netherlands with prime minister Mark Rutte and Dutch Bank director Klaas Knot
Queen Maxima Style NATAN Dress
NATAN Dress

14 comments:

  1. For the state visit to China Maxima will be like a Christmas tree once more!

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  2. I do not like the shoes and the clutch to the dress, another colour would have been better.
    And her hair urgently needs a cut.
    C

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  3. I agree with u. Shoes and clutch and haircut need to change!

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  4. Wow what an amazing pair! Yesterday in New York today back in their country. No stop over in Milan for hats or Paris for the latest in couture!!! Bravo Your Majesties!!!

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    1. Perhaps i am wrong but wasnt CP Mary in milano for shopping? One thing is true she is very hard working!

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  5. That third photo is awful. Her top doesn't fit well; her boobs sag, they are flat and uneven; and she needs a better bra. Ditch the Natan fashion disasters, Maxima - please!

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  6. In the rush of all this multitasking she took Beatrix´s shoes.

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  7. What is wrong with Maxima lately?

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  8. Very hard working. I would look very tired if you had seen me after a couple international flights and time changes!

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  9. Repeat personal attacks on queen Maxima about the same complaints is sooooooo boring and predictable!!!

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  10. While Letizia improved her style, Maxima is worse and worse every time. I like the colour, but the shoes are awful. I didn't like Victoria's hair, but this is the worst hair ever. A least she smiles naturally and looks friendly.

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  11. Letizia is so made up it's boring. Her figure is stick thin and she doesn't have the sensuality and warmth of Queen Maxima. Letizia was a news reader on tv...boring...her fashion choices are boring like a tv show. Maxima looks like she's been among her people, danced, held some children and babies and walked about and spent some time sitting down for a tea and talking and not worrying about her shoes like Letizia does, there's more to a Queen than smart shoes and looking like you're on a statue. Let Maxima be herself, she likes her hair down, she'd look ridiculous with a short bob like Letizia. Maxima being herself? she's a real woman.

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