Queen Maxima visited Nieuw-Buinen town in Drenthe

Queen Maxima announces the start of the 12th edition of Neighbours Day (Burendag) on June 13, in Drenthe Nieuw-Buinen. Burendag gives neighbours the opportunity to get to know each other and to join forces to tackle local issues, which ultimately results in a safer, more friendly neighbourhood. This year’s Burendag is being held on Saturday 23rd September. The Queen wore a new Natan dress.
Queen Maxima wore a new Natan dress in Nieuw-Buinen. This year’s Burendag (Neighbours Day) is being held on Saturday 23rd September.
Queen Maxima wore a new Natan dress in Nieuw-Buinen. This year’s Burendag (Neighbours Day) is being held on Saturday 23rd September.
Queen Maxima wore a new Natan dress in Nieuw-Buinen. This year’s Burendag (Neighbours Day) is being held on Saturday 23rd September.

6 comments:

  1. This dress, well, I'm not impressed, but I'm impressed how popular is Maxima, people seem to really like her, they enjoy in her sincere and sunny personality.

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  2. The dress is very (too?) sheer at the bottom but she is wearing a shawl in the first photo. Odd.
    I agree that her outgoing personality and charm seem to endear her to everyone. That's a great attribute for her position. Missteps in clothes, and hair, can be overlooked.

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  3. Too stuffy to my taste and sheer low part is also no-no. Better luck next time Maxima.

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  4. Maxima, where is your big beautiful hat? And next time: just the top with trousers instead of that silly looking skirt, please... (I wonder, how the world existed before I-Phones and Mobiles, looking at all the people over there...)

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  5. Over there, over here, over everywhere. People cannot go to the bathroom with their cell phones.

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  6. Not a fan of this outfit, but of Maxima. She is such a natural and nice lady. No wonder that she is popular.

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