Queen Maxima visits the Liduina school in The Hague

Queen Maxima of The Netherlands visits the Liduina school for a music on schools project in The Hague, The Netherlands on December 16, 2015. Queen Maxima is initiator of the project children make music.
Queen Maxima of The Netherlands visits the Liduina school for a music on schools project in The Hague,
Queen Maxima of The Netherlands visits the Liduina school for a music on schools project in The Hague,
Queen Maxima of The Netherlands visits the Liduina school for a music on schools project in The Hague,
Queen Maxima of The Netherlands visits the Liduina school for a music on schools project in The Hague,
Queen Maxima of The Netherlands visits the Liduina school for a music on schools project in The Hague,
Queen Maxima of The Netherlands visits the Liduina school for a music on schools project in The Hague,
Queen Maxima wore NATAN Dress
NATAN Dress

11 comments:

  1. Please...what is wrong with her hair?

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  2. I love Maxima but I think when you visit children it's better not to wear grey black or brown but bright colours

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  3. Wonderful dress. I wish we could see what kind of shoes she is wearing.
    I could not believe that it is Natan!!
    She desperately needs a hairstylist and a hair cut! PLEASE!
    C

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  4. I love her but not fan her dress

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  5. Maxima doesn't need another new dress.

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  6. The dress is beautiful but what's with the hair?????

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  7. Worse royal hair: Maxima and Victoria

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    1. I thought the same she looks tired and somehow without that youthful look she always had.

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  9. With that little amount of hair she should tied them back with elegant hair clip.

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