King Willem-Alexander's and Queen Maxima's working visit to Mecklenburg-Western Pomerania, 1st Day

King Willem-Alexander and Queen Maxima are visiting to the German states of Mecklenburg-West Pomerania and Brandenburg from Monday 20 May to Wednesday 22 May 2019. Dutch King Willem-Alexander and Queen Maxima arrived in Schwerin on May 20. The Dutch King and the Queen were welcomed by Minister-President Manuela Schwesig and her husband, Stefan. The aim of the working visit is to further strengthen the wide-ranging ties between the Netherlands and the two German states. The Dutch royal couple will be in Germany for three day.
Queen Maxima wore NATAN floral skirt and pink top. Minister-President Manuela Schwesig and her husband Stefan in Schwerin
Queen Maxima wore NATAN floral skirt and pink top. Minister-President Manuela Schwesig and her husband Stefan in Schwerin
Queen Maxima wore NATAN floral skirt and pink top. Minister-President Manuela Schwesig and her husband Stefan in Schwerin
Queen Maxima wore NATAN floral skirt and pink top. Minister-President Manuela Schwesig and her husband Stefan in Schwerin
Queen Maxima wore NATAN floral skirt and pink top. Minister-President Manuela Schwesig and her husband Stefan in Schwerin
Queen Maxima wore NATAN floral skirt and pink top. Minister-President Manuela Schwesig and her husband Stefan in Schwerin
Queen Maxima wore NATAN floral skirt and pink top. Minister-President Manuela Schwesig and her husband Stefan in Schwerin
Queen Maxima wore NATAN floral skirt and pink top. Minister-President Manuela Schwesig and her husband Stefan in Schwerin
Queen Maxima wore NATAN floral skirt and pink top. Minister-President Manuela Schwesig and her husband Stefan in Schwerin
King Willem-Alexander's and Queen Maxima's working visit to Mecklenburg-Western Pomerania, 1st Day
King Willem-Alexander's and Queen Maxima's working visit to Mecklenburg-Western Pomerania, 1st Day
Queen Maxima and King Willem-Alexander with Manuela Schwesig and Stefan Schwesig attended the trade dinner at the Kurhaus in Warnemunde. (Queen Maxima wore a new royal navy crepe dress by Johanna Ortiz)
Queen Maxima wore a new royal navy crepe dress by Johanna Ortiz
Queen Maxima wore a new royal navy crepe dress by Johanna Ortiz
Queen Maxima wore a new royal navy crepe dress by Johanna Ortiz
Queen Maxima wore a new royal navy crepe dress by Johanna Ortiz
Queen Maxima wore Johanna Ortiz Royal Navy Crepe De Chine Dress
Johanna Ortiz Royal Navy Crepe De Chine Dress
Queen Maxima wore NATAN Dress
NATAN Top and Skirt

21 comments:

  1. Overall Maxima looks great and hooray her hair is styled nicely. The skirt is bold and chic and looks great with the pink shirt. I have not, nor will ever like this style of shoes, wish she had chosen the pink shoes from the Natan picture.

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    1. I agree with you, however I remember reading that Coco Chanel stated that T-strap shoes were the most elegant and most flattering style for every woman.

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    2. Well...I will have to disagree with Ms Chanel then.

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    3. Coco Chanel was wrong about shoes, they don't make the legs look good.

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  2. Die Ministerpräsidentin hat sich ja richtig in Schale geworfen und hält gut mit. Ich mag diesen elaborierten Stil der niederländischen Königin und finde es interessant, dass sich auch andere Frauen davon mitreißen lassen, die sonst eher schlicht daherkommen. Herzlichen Glückwunsch zum Gewinn des ESC! Bin mal gespannt, ob die Königin oder ihre Töchter nächstes Jahr als Zuschauer dabei sind. Ich finde, sie passen gut dazu und würden die VA aufwerten.

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  3. Q Maxima looks radiant in her floral skirt and lovely pink top. Her hair style is nice as well as the hat .

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  4. This is one of NATAN's nicer designs. Maxima looks very nice wearing it.

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  5. Very nice again today. They are in Germany a lot. Love to see them there.

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  6. Queen Maxima looks wonderful. I like her bold style choices. Why not?

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  7. missing her gloves ha ha!

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  8. I think her combination of colours in this outfit is very smart, very different the Minister-President Manuela who wear two strong colours that clash to my eyes.

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    1. President Manuela had that outfit made precisely to honor the King and Queen.

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    2. Yes, I had the same idea when I first saw this combination of colours. But for me this is definetely too much of a good thing. Blue-orange overkill.
      AngieF

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  9. Madame Minister-President is pretty, and I like her outfit.

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  10. Love it--great style, great colour, great hair.

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  11. I agree that this outfit is mismatched. It also lacks colour. And the hose is too shiny.
    What really puzzles me though is a) why would the designer use the print-fabric up side down; and b) how can the inside of the hat magically go from white to beige in the last picture?

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  12. Love the blue print dress Maxima looks great wearing it and matching earrings oh ya.

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  13. Love the blue dress on Maxima. Good length and nice shoes.

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