Queen Maxima & King Willem-Alexander at King Games 2016

On April 22, 2016, Queen Maxima and King Willem-Alexander of The Netherlands attend the Koningsspelen (King Games) at primary school Drostenburg for children with an disability in Amsterdam, The Netherlands. The day starts with an breakfast.
 Queen Maxima and King Willem-Alexander of The Netherlands attend the Koningsspelen (King Games) at primary school Drostenburg for children with an disability in Amsterdam
Queen Maxima and King Willem-Alexander of The Netherlands attend the Koningsspelen (King Games) at primary school
 Queen Maxima and King Willem-Alexander of The Netherlands attend the Koningsspelen (King Games) at primary school Drostenburg for children with an disability in Amsterdam
 Queen Maxima and King Willem-Alexander of The Netherlands attend the Koningsspelen (King Games) at primary school Drostenburg for children with an disability in Amsterdam
 Queen Maxima and King Willem-Alexander of The Netherlands attend the Koningsspelen (King Games) at primary school Drostenburg for children with an disability in Amsterdam
 Queen Maxima and King Willem-Alexander of The Netherlands attend the Koningsspelen (King Games) at primary school Drostenburg for children with an disability in Amsterdam
 Queen Maxima and King Willem-Alexander of The Netherlands attend the Koningsspelen (King Games) at primary school Drostenburg for children with an disability in Amsterdam
 Queen Maxima and King Willem-Alexander of The Netherlands attend the Koningsspelen (King Games) at primary school Drostenburg for children with an disability in Amsterdam
 Queen Maxima and King Willem-Alexander of The Netherlands attend the Koningsspelen (King Games) at primary school Drostenburg for children with an disability in Amsterdam
 Queen Maxima and King Willem-Alexander of The Netherlands attend the Koningsspelen (King Games) at primary school Drostenburg for children with an disability in Amsterdam
 Queen Maxima and King Willem-Alexander of The Netherlands attend the Koningsspelen (King Games) at primary school Drostenburg for children with an disability in Amsterdam
 Queen Maxima and King Willem-Alexander of The Netherlands attend the Koningsspelen (King Games) at primary school Drostenburg for children with an disability in Amsterdam
 Queen Maxima and King Willem-Alexander of The Netherlands attend the Koningsspelen (King Games) at primary school Drostenburg for children with an disability in Amsterdam
 Queen Maxima and King Willem-Alexander of The Netherlands attend the Koningsspelen (King Games) at primary school Drostenburg for children with an disability in Amsterdam
 Queen Maxima and King Willem-Alexander of The Netherlands attend the Koningsspelen (King Games) at primary school Drostenburg for children with an disability in Amsterdam
 Queen Maxima and King Willem-Alexander of The Netherlands attend the Koningsspelen (King Games) at primary school Drostenburg for children with an disability in Amsterdam
 Queen Maxima and King Willem-Alexander of The Netherlands attend the Koningsspelen (King Games) at primary school Drostenburg for children with an disability in Amsterdam
Queen Maxima style DELVAUX Brillant MM Handbag  Queen Maxima wore LK BENNETT Shoes
                      DELVAUX Brillant MM Handbag                             LK BENNETT Shoes

9 comments:

  1. Fantastic interaction with the children. Wonderful Queen.

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  2. Omg that hair is just not looking good morning. It's getting worse. Maybe as someone suggested on another post Maxima has some health issues? Hair is so messy and looks thinner.

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  3. Well Diane have you noticed that since she got sick in china her engagements have been fewer? I truly hope she is fine and taking it slow and that she s just having a few bad hair days

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    1. Hmmm had not thought of that Stephania and who knows. I hope she is well. But yes she needs a haircut or a person to fix it before she goes out

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  4. Perhaps it would do her hair some good if she has it cut short for a while.

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  5. I find her a little manic.
    Always laughing too much, too many gestures, huge hats, bright dresses, bad hair. She needs to tone down a bit.

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    1. Yes, she's always a little bit over the top. I can be wrong of course, but her smile (or better grin from one ear to the other) seems too exaggerated to be true.

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