Queen Maxima attends G20 conference in Wiesbaden, Germany

On January 25, 2017, Queen Maxima of the Netherlands, in her capacity as Special Advocate for the United Nations, attends theopening of the 'Digitising Finance, Financial Inclusion And Financial Literacy' conference in the context of the German G20 presidency in Wiesbaden, Germany.
Queen Maxima wore Natan Dress and Jacket, Queen wore Salvatore Ferragamo flat shoes
Queen Maxima wore Natan Dress and Jacket, Queen wore Salvatore Ferragamo flat shoes
Queen Maxima wore Natan Dress and Jacket, Queen wore Salvatore Ferragamo flat shoes
Queen Maxima wore Natan Dress and Jacket, Queen wore Salvatore Ferragamo flat shoes
Queen Maxima wore Natan Dress and Jacket, Queen wore Salvatore Ferragamo flat shoes
Queen Maxima wore Natan Dress and Jacket, Queen wore Salvatore Ferragamo flat shoes
Queen Maxima wore Natan Dress and Jacket
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9 comments:

  1. That hair, that hair! Just awful.

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    1. That's true. She sure can do better.

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    2. I just looked at this post and that's exactly what I thought! The clothes look good on her but bad hair can ruin any look.

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  2. I think it's an affront to her hosts that she looks so unkempt.

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    1. So right! And an affront to the art and craftmanship of her hairdresser too. He or she must suffer pain seeing her in public like this. Mine, who is a lovely lady, would rather kill me than let me walk out of her shop like this. She has some work ethics and a reputation to loose.

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  3. When hair are bad her outfits are nice and vice versa but evening time she is often close to perfection.
    I like her outfit today.

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  4. A hair cut is in order, too much styling. Looks like Maxima needs a couple of inches cut off, but I can't see that happening.

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