Dutch Queen Maxima Opens China Porcelain Exhibition

On April 7, 2017, Queen Maxima attend the opening of the exhibition 'Forbidden Porcelain Exclusive for the emperor' at Prinsenhof museum in Delft, The Netherlands. The exhibition shows Chinese porcelain from the Ming Dynasty (1368-1644) that was created exclusively for the Chinese emperors.
Queen Maxima at the opening of the exhibition emperor Porcelain at the Prinsenhof museum. Queen wore Natan Lace dress
Queen Maxima at the opening of the exhibition emperor Porcelain at the Prinsenhof museum. Queen wore Natan Lace dress
Queen Maxima at the opening of the exhibition emperor Porcelain at the Prinsenhof museum. Queen wore Natan Lace dress
Queen Maxima at the opening of the exhibition emperor Porcelain at the Prinsenhof museum. Queen wore Natan Lace dress
Queen Maxima at the opening of the exhibition emperor Porcelain at the Prinsenhof museum. Queen wore Natan Lace dress
Queen Maxima at the opening of the exhibition emperor Porcelain at the Prinsenhof museum. Queen wore Natan Lace dress
Queen Maxima at the opening of the exhibition emperor Porcelain at the Prinsenhof museum. Queen wore Natan Lace dress
Queen Maxima at the opening of the exhibition emperor Porcelain at the Prinsenhof museum. Queen wore Natan Lace dress

15 comments:

  1. An unusual dress for daytime with the lace overlay over...what? A slip, camisole? And it's a bit short.
    However I like the colours and she manages to make it look fairly good.

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  2. A while ago I said I am so done with lace dresses, and her comes Queen Maxima, big hat, big smile, strange earrings, coat thrown over the shoulders, dress too short.....and I can't help to find it good. The world is a funny place ๐Ÿ˜๐Ÿ˜๐Ÿ˜

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  3. It sort of looks like she swiped the best tablecloth and had the dressmaker put it together.

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  4. only queen M can do big hat big earrings. i dont like her dress, but her smile makes up for it....

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  5. The chapeau is 'de trop', and the hair, I despair she'll ever do anything about it. It looks like rats' tails.

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  6. No matter what she wears, in this troubled world, I find her joie de vivre a tonic. And I like the dress fairly well with the blue underdress--better than that ubiquitous nude color.

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  7. Looks a little bit sausage in that dress, which is one size to small and to short. And not so beautiful with the underdress colour for my sight of the things. It could!! look lovely...
    The hair!!!- (The girl in the 1st picture looks a little bit anxious about the porcelain: "Careful, oh dear, please, don't let her brake that expensive thing!"). But Maxima managed her entrance with her big smile again, wow.

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  8. Too short, too lacy, too big a hat, and the hair! But hey she's smiling!

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  9. She is someone who pulls you in and you never want to leave. She is indeed so special. Born to be a Queen. She is the perfect mate to Willem and for the Dutch. This is why when she goes a little RuPaul Broadway we still love her!

    If the world had a little Maxima thrown around like confetti we might all be wearing....lace tableclothes ๐Ÿ˜‰๐Ÿ˜‹๐Ÿ˜Ž big hats and beetles on our chest.

    We need many more Maxima's!
    Make it work Argentina

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    1. You are so right, Diane, the world would be a better place with more Maximas๐Ÿ’›๐ŸŒˆ๐Ÿ’›

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  10. I admire your loyalty. Bombproof!

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  11. I like this however, I think this dress needs to be a little bit longer or worn more casually with a shoe with a lower heal and no hat.

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  12. A poll was made and hey queen max is the most popular royal woman and we can all ser why shes georgeous. And sassy, work it girl!!

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  13. The lacy dress seems to match the scallops and design of the porcelain, see the first two pictures, and then the flowers in the Delft are like the beautiful flower of Maxima's face. They mimic each other. She is really so fun!

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