King Willem Alexander and Queen Maxima at the National Remembrance ceremony

King Willem Alexander and Queen Maxima of The Netherlands lay a wreath during a National Remembrance ceremony at the National Monument on Dam Square in Amsterdam on May 4, 2016. The ceremony is held annually and commemorates all civilians and members of the armed forces of the Kingdom of the Netherlands who have died in wars or peacekeeping missions since the outbreak of World War II.
King Willem Alexander and Queen Maxima attend the National Remembrance ceremony
King Willem Alexander and Queen Maxima attend the National Remembrance ceremony at the National Monument on Dam Square in Amsterdam. Queen Maxima style, fashions
King Willem Alexander and Queen Maxima attend the National Remembrance ceremony at the National Monument on Dam Square in Amsterdam. Queen Maxima style, fashions
King Willem Alexander and Queen Maxima attend the National Remembrance ceremony at the National Monument on Dam Square in Amsterdam. Queen Maxima style, fashions
King Willem Alexander and Queen Maxima attend the National Remembrance ceremony at the National Monument on Dam Square in Amsterdam. Queen Maxima style, fashions
King Willem Alexander and Queen Maxima attend the National Remembrance ceremony at the National Monument on Dam Square in Amsterdam. Queen Maxima style, fashions

4 comments:

  1. I dont like the hat, in the first pic looks awful

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    1. Queen Maxima is not posing for Hello or other fashion magazines, it is not a fashion shoot!.

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  2. Is not often we see Maxima without a smile. A obviously touched Queen shows her sad feelings.

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  3. Oh yes,and my Grandma hat the same hat during the 1940ies, indeed!

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