Queen Maxima Opens Impact Summit Europe 2017, Hague

On March 21, 2017, Queen Maxima of The Netherlands attend the opening of the 3rd edition of the "Impact Summit Europe 2017" at the Peace Palace in The Hague. The international meeting, a platform for knowledge exchange for investors, focuses on ‘’impact investing’’, a form of investment which aims for positive social impacts and financial returns. The Queen wore Natan print dress.
Queen Maxima in a recycled Natan print dress and wore Natan cape, wore Christian Louboutin Pumps, royal style, newmyroyals
Queen Maxima in a recycled Natan print dress and wore Natan cape, wore Christian Louboutin Pumps, royal style, newmyroyals
Queen Maxima in a recycled Natan print dress and wore Natan cape, wore Christian Louboutin Pumps, royal style, newmyroyals
Queen Maxima in a recycled Natan print dress and wore Natan cape, wore Christian Louboutin Pumps, royal style, newmyroyals
Queen Maxima wore NATAN Print DressQueen Maxima wore CHRISTIAN LOUBOUTIN Pumps
                                   NATAN Print Dress                        CHRISTIAN LOUBOUTIN Pumps

4 comments:

  1. Great looking queen, fool of positive self-esteem! I actualy don't like this dress and cape but Maxima wears them with such grace that I must give her my YES.

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  2. Maxima looks great in the first picture

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  3. She makes the dress look good, and although I must be crazy to criticize a pair of Laboutins 😛😛😛 I do not like them, specially with a dress with so much volume and because it is a little short it sort of gives the ice skating look. Máxima needs a good hairdresser, and yet I always like her regardless.

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  4. Loving the simple black and white.

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