Queen Maxima attends Agriculture Entrepreneur Prize Award ceremony

Queen Maxima of The Netherlands arrives to attend the award ceremony for the Tuinbouw Ondernemersprijs 2016 (Agriculture Entrepreneur Prize) at the Keukenhof flower show on January 6, 2016 in Lisse, Netherlands.
Queen Maxima of The Netherlands attends the award ceremony of the Tuinbouwprijs in flower park Keukenhof in Lisse
Queen Maxima of The Netherlands arrives to attend the award ceremony for the Tuinbouw Ondernemersprijs 2016 (Agriculture Entrepreneur Prize) at the Keukenhof flower show
Queen Maxima of The Netherlands arrives to attend the award ceremony for the Tuinbouw Ondernemersprijs 2016 (Agriculture Entrepreneur Prize) at the Keukenhof flower show
Queen Maxima of The Netherlands arrives to attend the award ceremony for the Tuinbouw Ondernemersprijs 2016 (Agriculture Entrepreneur Prize) at the Keukenhof flower show
Queen Maxima of The Netherlands arrives to attend the award ceremony for the Tuinbouw Ondernemersprijs 2016 (Agriculture Entrepreneur Prize) at the Keukenhof flower show
Queen Maxima of The Netherlands arrives to attend the award ceremony for the Tuinbouw Ondernemersprijs 2016 (Agriculture Entrepreneur Prize) at the Keukenhof flower show on January 6, 2016 in Lisse
Queen Maxima of The Netherlands arrives to attend the award ceremony for the Tuinbouw Ondernemersprijs 2016 (Agriculture Entrepreneur Prize) at the Keukenhof flower show on January 6, 2016 in Lisse
Queen Maxima of The Netherlands arrives to attend the award ceremony for the Tuinbouw Ondernemersprijs 2016 (Agriculture Entrepreneur Prize) at the Keukenhof flower show on January 6, 2016 in Lisse
Queen Maxima of The Netherlands arrives to attend the award ceremony for the Tuinbouw Ondernemersprijs 2016 (Agriculture Entrepreneur Prize) at the Keukenhof flower show on January 6, 2016 in Lisse
Queen Maxima of The Netherlands arrives to attend the award ceremony for the Tuinbouw Ondernemersprijs 2016 (Agriculture Entrepreneur Prize) at the Keukenhof flower show on January 6, 2016 in Lisse
Queen Maxima of The Netherlands arrives to attend the award ceremony for the Tuinbouw Ondernemersprijs 2016 (Agriculture Entrepreneur Prize) at the Keukenhof flower show on January 6, 2016 in Lisse
Queen Maxima Style CARLEND COPENHAGEN Aicha Bag Queen Maxima Style CHRISTIAN LOUBOUTIN Pumps
               CARLEND COPENHAGEN Aicha Bag          CHRISTIAN LOUBOUTIN Pumps
Queen Maxima wore NATAN DressQueen Maxima ISABELLE-FA Necklace - Isabelle Fa makes classic jewelry with a contemporary twist, often using a delicate rosé gold shimmer. See the collection at Dorfman Jewelers
                                         NATAN Dress                                 ISABELLE-FA Necklace

31 comments:

  1. WOW! Stunning as always

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  2. Queen Maxima is very tall,1m80 I think~

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    1. with or without the 5-inch heels?

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    2. 178 cm without heels..

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  3. ...very tall,very big hat,very big earrings,heels......why?

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  4. Because only a very tall person carry off a big hat and big earrings, large jewelery, and heels are elegant. A small stumpy person would be swamped!

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  5. I don't like the shoes or the bag.

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  6. Queen Maxima is my favorite royal . I can see that she looks tired little bit .

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  7. Eine klasse Frau

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  8. Is that the hat she wore in November in England? I like it.

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  9. The many strange faces I find off putting cannot get past to see the wearing.

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  10. Maybe Queeen Maxima is working too much and should give herself a longer break. To me she is not relaxed as always, but is dressed good as always.

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  11. This outfit isn't working in my opinion.The hat is fabulous- Maxima is one of the few who can carry such a size - but the earrings hang too low. The nearly opaque stockings with the black make this a heavy look for daytime, and the cape combined with the hat is a lot of bulk for a formal day look. This "musketeer/gaucho" combination of wide-hat-and-cape would work really well in a more relaxed outfit where she would be wearing boots. However I do love that Maxima takes risks with her style, so I don't mind a few "mistakes" in her choices.

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  12. Cute musketeer!

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  13. Een misser. Zwart staat haar niet en maakt dat ze "tekent". Ik vind haar zo zelfs wat hekserig. En nam ze weer botox of een filler?

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    1. hekserig means looking like a witch!!!

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  14. She keeps true to her Latina genes/root to be flamboyant, stylish, gorgeous and always always classy.

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  15. TE veel van alles.....echt Maxima dus en ze komt er altijd mee weg....

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  16. Maxima is a bright, flamboyant, extravagant, cheerful woman. Her clothes match her personality - loud! I love her style. I might not like every outfit, but I think she is great.

    I don't think she has looked well since the kidney infection, however I hope she is well, and just a little tired.

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  17. Way over the top as always.

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  18. J'adore sa tenue mais je lui trouve l'air fatigué. Son teint est plus terne que d'habitude. Sinon, comme toujours, je l'adore!

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  19. A look too dark and big and heavy jewelry. I do not like this combination.

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  20. I agree with some of you. I don't care about what she is wearing because she might be the only royal Who can wear whatever she wants, even the ugliest and weirdest outfits and look good in them. But I find her tense, tired and I don't really like her skin tone these days. I hope that that kidney infection was just a simple one, and that there is nothing else.

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