Queen Maxima Launches Money Week 2016

Queen Maxima of The Netherlands at the start of the 6th edition of the Money Week 2016 at the Twaalfruiter school in Vleuten on March 14, 2016. Platform Wijzer in geldzaken wants to prepare children in self-reliance finance in th future. Money Week 2016 will take place from 14 to 18 March.
Queen Maxima at the start of the 6th edition of the Money Week 2016
Queen Maxima of The Netherlands at the start of the 6th edition of the Money Week 2016 at the Twaalfruiter school in Vleuten
Queen Maxima at the start of the 6th edition of the Money Week 2016
Queen Maxima at the start of the 6th edition of the Money Week 2016
Queen Maxima of The Netherlands at the start of the 6th edition of the Money Week 2016 at the Twaalfruiter school in Vleuten
Queen Maxima at the start of the 6th edition of the Money Week 2016
Queen Maxima of The Netherlands at the start of the 6th edition of the Money Week 2016 at the Twaalfruiter school in Vleuten
Queen Maxima at the start of the 6th edition of the Money Week 2016
Queen Maxima at the start of the 6th edition of the Money Week 2016
Queen Maxima of The Netherlands at the start of the 6th edition of the Money Week 2016 at the Twaalfruiter school in Vleuten
Queen Maxima of The Netherlands at the start of the 6th edition of the Money Week 2016 at the Twaalfruiter school in Vleuten

1 comment:

  1. From the recently sublime to the ....er, somewhat less sublime. Frankly, I don't think this dark grey pinstripe fabric is bright enough for Maxima's colouring. And I can't restrain a sigh, after all the elegance of the state visit to France, to think that Maxima has now given the royal hairdresser the week off, and has dusted off the hair-straightener once more :(....

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