Queen Maxima meets with Indonesian President Joko Widodo

On the third day of Queen Maxima's visit to Indonesia, The Queen meets with Indonesian President Joko Widodo and first lady Iriana Widodo at the Presidential Palace on September 01, 2016 in Jakarta, Indonesia. Queen Maxima of the Netherlands visits Indonesia as United Nations Secretary-Generals Special Advocate for Inclusive Finance for Development (UNDP). Queen Maxima wears Valentino Hawaiian Long Sleeve Dress
Queen Maxima wears Valentino Hawaiian Long Sleeve Dress. Queen Maxima visits Indonesia day 3. Natan shoes, Queen Maxima style
Queen Maxima wears Valentino Hawaiian Long Sleeve Dress. Queen Maxima visits Indonesia day 3. Natan shoes, Queen Maxima style
Queen Maxima wears Valentino Hawaiian Long Sleeve Dress. Queen Maxima visits Indonesia day 3. Natan shoes, Queen Maxima style
Queen Maxima wears Valentino Hawaiian Long Sleeve Dress. Queen Maxima visits Indonesia day 3. Natan shoes, Queen Maxima style
Queen Maxima wears Valentino Hawaiian Long Sleeve Dress. Queen Maxima visits Indonesia day 3. Natan shoes, Queen Maxima style
Queen Maxima wears Valentino Hawaiian Long Sleeve Dress
Valentino Hawaiian Long Sleeve Dress

4 comments:

  1. Didn't she wear this dress a couple months ago? Wasn't it the 'Welcome-Ceremony' for the greek president or something like that?

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  2. Good dress choice to Indonesia.

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  3. Oh there is the surfs up dress again. LOL

    It is better suited for this trip then the last wear. That was bizarre. LOL but I adore Maxima so whatever she does is pretty much great fun!

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  4. Máxima's dress is too fussy, it fits badly at the bust and her hair looks damaged and unkempt. Mrs. Iriana Widodo keeps it simple and looks lovely and distinguished. As it often happens, less is more.

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