Portugal visit of King Willem-Alexander and Queen Maxima 1st day

3 days Portugal state visit of King Willem-Alexander and Queen Maxima began with the welcoming ceremony held by President of Portugal, Rebelo de Sousa in front of Jeronimos Monastery in Belem district of Lisbon. Afterwards, the King and the Queen placed a wreath on the tomb of biggest poet and national hero of Portugal, Luis de Camoes.
Queen Maxima wore a new Natan dress. Lisbon mayor Fernando Medina. President Marcelo Rebelo de Sousa
Queen Maxima wore a new Natan dress. Lisbon mayor Fernando Medina. President Marcelo Rebelo de Sousa
Queen Maxima wore a new Natan dress. Lisbon mayor Fernando Medina. President Marcelo Rebelo de Sousa
Queen Maxima wore a new Natan dress. Lisbon mayor Fernando Medina. President Marcelo Rebelo de Sousa
Queen Maxima wore a new Natan dress. Lisbon mayor Fernando Medina. President Marcelo Rebelo de Sousa
Queen Maxima wore a new Natan dress. Lisbon mayor Fernando Medina. President Marcelo Rebelo de Sousa
Queen Maxima wore a new Natan dress. Lisbon mayor Fernando Medina. President Marcelo Rebelo de Sousa
Queen Maxima wore a new Natan dress. Lisbon mayor Fernando Medina. President Marcelo Rebelo de Sousa
Queen Maxima wore a new Natan dress. Lisbon mayor Fernando Medina. President Marcelo Rebelo de Sousa
Queen Maxima wore a new Natan dress. Lisbon mayor Fernando Medina. President Marcelo Rebelo de Sousa
Queen Maxima wore a new Natan dress. Lisbon mayor Fernando Medina. President Marcelo Rebelo de Sousa
Then, the King and the Queen met with President of the Parliament, Eduardo Ferro Rodrigues. In the afternoon, after being received by Lisbon mayor Fernando Medina at Royal Farm, the King and the Queen had a trip by tramway in Mouraria and Intendente districts.
Queen Maxima wore a new Natan dress. Lisbon mayor Fernando Medina. President Marcelo Rebelo de Sousa
Queen Maxima wore a new Natan dress. Lisbon mayor Fernando Medina. President Marcelo Rebelo de Sousa
Queen Maxima wore a new Natan dress. Lisbon mayor Fernando Medina. President Marcelo Rebelo de Sousa

19 comments:

  1. While i like QMaxima's dress, I can't say the same about her hat. I think I got big hat fatigue from her.

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    1. Agree, that's exactly what i just said at another website.

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  2. know thats a queen!!! she has everything going for her , shes elegant, chic beautiful, hardworking, educated, gravitas etc, the dutch are lucky!!!

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    1. This is the Maxima we expect but even she can't be perfect all the time.

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  3. Queen Maxima immediately ups her fashion game when her hair is tied up.

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  4. She is getting ridiculous with her hats

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  5. Too much wrinkles in dress to my taste, but combination is nice and elegant. King has color coordinate tie.

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  6. I love the hat and I quite like the dress but it's very creased.

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  7. she goes on an oficial visit to a country where people are small. She stands there with 15cm hills and that giant capellina, she looks like Gulliver

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    1. Maxima doesnt care about these things, she did this several times, very annoying.

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    2. People in Portugal are not short ..... Their height is very normal. Maxima is a very tall woman, she wears high heels and most of the times she looks like a giant !!!

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    3. "Like Gulliver"... ha ha ha! Great comment, Elena!

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  8. A small hat would have gone so well with her lovely hairdo. Why does she wear these kinds of hats when her hair is nice, and no hats when her hair is an absolute mess?

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  9. I think her entire look is perfect. The hat is stunning. Of course the dress has creases, it's NOT polyester!

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  10. you made my day - I thought she visits Portugal...never noticed it is Liliput...LOL

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