Dutch Royals Attends MH17 Remembrance Ceremony

On July 17, 2017, King Willem-Alexander and Queen Maxima of The Netherlands attend the MH17 remembrance ceremony and the unveiling of the National MH17 monument in Vijfhuizen. The momument is designed by Ronald A. Westerhuis and is placed in a tree park 'Green Ribbon' designed by Robbert de Koning with 298 trees representing each victim of the MH17 crash on 17 July 2014.
King Willem-Alexander and Queen Maxima attend the MH17 remembrance ceremony and the unveiling of the National MH17 monument in Vijfhuizen
King Willem-Alexander and Queen Maxima attend the MH17 remembrance ceremony and the unveiling of the National MH17 monument in Vijfhuizen
King Willem-Alexander and Queen Maxima attend the MH17 remembrance ceremony and the unveiling of the National MH17 monument in Vijfhuizen
King Willem-Alexander and Queen Maxima attend the MH17 remembrance ceremony and the unveiling of the National MH17 monument in Vijfhuizen
King Willem-Alexander and Queen Maxima attend the MH17 remembrance ceremony and the unveiling of the National MH17 monument in Vijfhuizen
King Willem-Alexander and Queen Maxima attend the MH17 remembrance ceremony and the unveiling of the National MH17 monument in Vijfhuizen

8 comments:

  1. Suitable and smart look. I adore her pearls.

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  3. I'd refrain from saying anything negative in conjunction with a solemn occasion such as this, but I can't think of anything negative to say -- I have rarely seen Max look so tasteful and elegant. The hat suits her perfectly, too.

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    1. If you like flying saucers, that is.

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    2. Darla: exactly my thought!! ;)

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  4. Why does she always look like shes going to laugh?

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  5. Very elegant. Love the black with the pearls. Love pearls.

    Tragic event. Can't believe how quickly time has passed. Deepest sympathy to anyone who lost loved ones.

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